Community Clinic Program

Spaying and neutering pets prevents hundreds of thousands of unwanted dogs and cats from entering our Valley shelters. Through our community clinic program, we provided 2,359 free spay and neuter surgeries in 2019. This program  ensures free surgeries are reaching pet owners in communities with the highest need. Mobile clinics remove barriers low-income pet owners face in accessing life-saving resources while reducing the number of homeless pets.

The Arizona Pet Project also provides free vaccinations and pays for e-collars and post operative pain medication. Though this has led to a decrease in the number of surgeries we provide annually, we strongly feel it’s a critical step in ensuring access to care to keep pets happy, healthy, and safely in their homes.

Learn more about our program from our Executive Director, Leanna Taylor and our dedicated volunteer Nancey Brooks, who received the SRP Presidents’ Volunteer Spirit Award, in the inspiring video below.

A Snapshot of 2019 Numbers:

Low-Cost Clinic Locations

A heartfelt thank you to the private veterinarians throughout our community who’ve come together to support low-cost spay and neuter. Please note, each clinic varies in cost – prospective clients should call and inquire about pricing based on species (dog/cat), gender (male/female) and size.