In May 2011 we began our community spay/neuter initiative, offering Low-COST spay/neuter surgeries to cats and dogs owned by low-income families. Within three years we provided over 2,000 surgeries to animals in Northeast Wyoming.
Grant money allows us to offer spay/neuter at very low costs to residents of northern Wyoming (additional donations are encouraged and appreciated). We charge $50 per cat and $75 per dog, regardless of sex. Surgery includes rabies and distemper vaccines, if needed, as well as treatment for internal parasites. We also provide e-collars and pain medication as needed. If you cannot afford these fees, or have multiple animals in your home, we have grant funds to waive fees after discussing each individual situation with you.
If you need your pet spayed or neutered, please fill out our Waiting List form and we will contact you to set up an appointment. Note that our surgery spaces and funding are limited and are ONLY for people who truly cannot afford to take their pet to a veterinarian. Please, if you can afford a vet, do not take the place of someone who is in need of this service.
Note that available surgery slots are based on available grant funding and program donations. In the event that we are out of grant money to assist you, the Dog and Cat Shelter in Sheridan has low-cost SNAP certificates available.