Published: December 4, 2015
Sonoma County Animal Services (SCAS) is announcing the
Love Me Fix Me schedule for low-cost spay and neuter clinics for qualifying low-income residents.
A Love Me, Fix Me appointment for your dog or cat includes spay or neuter surgery and microchip. Dogs receive DHLPP and rabies vaccinations if needed, and a dog license if applicable.
There are behavioral and medical benefits for spaying or neutering your pet. Your pet could live a healthier life if they are spayed or neutered and have decreased incidents of roaming or marking behaviors, shelters are often filled to capacity with unwanted pets, many resulting from unplanned
litters of puppies or kittens. With these clinics, SCAS aims to reduce our homeless animal population and ensure our shelter can adequately manage pet overpopulation.
For any questions on how to qualify or how to make an appointment please call (707) 565-7113.
No drop-ins are allowed; all clients must have been pre-qualified.
All clinics are held at Sonoma County Animal Services, 1247 Century Court, Santa Rosa, CA 95403.
How to Qualify
Review the qualification requirements listed on the first page of the Love Me, Fix me application
You can qualify by receiving public assistance or your income meets the low-income guidelines set by the state of California for Sonoma County.