This program helps to reduce the cost to spay/neuter your pets. It is a positive way to stop the over population and unnecessary dying of healthy animals. Spay & neuter improves their health & any behavioral issues they may have.
- Pet owner must live in local service area.
- NO ONE WILL BE TURNED AWAY DUE TO INCOME.
- Limit of three (5) pets per year, per household address.
- Completed application.
- S.A.I.N.T. representative will work with applicant to determine best option & location for their situation.
- Voucher is issued for appropriate spay/neuter option with a 60 day expiration date.
SPAY AND NEUTER RESOURCES
Low Cost Spay & Neuter – Kingman
Low Cost Spay & Neuter has great rates, as well as vaccinations and other pet related services. If you would like some assistance with spay/neuter please call SAINT for a voucher application. Otherwise, call LCSN at (928) 692-5226 for information on prices & to make an appointment.
North Valley Animal Clinic – Fort Mohave
North Valley Animal Clinic is a part of SAINT’s voucher program. This is a local provider to pet owners whose income is $25,000 a year or less. If you would like some assistance with spay/neuter please call SAINT for a voucher application.
This is a full service veterinarian accepting patients from the small to large, including exotics. Their phone number is 928-768-8387
Helping Paws: Bullhead City Animal Control
Bullhead City Animal Control proves assistance to help you get your pet spayed/neutered. To qualify, you must meet the financial criteria for this program based on your household size. Go to 2270 Trane Road or call 928-763-6000 for more information and an application.
WESTERN AZ HUMANE SOCIETY SNIP Program
You will qualify for the Western Arizona Humane Society SNIP Program if:
- Your income is $35,000 or less annually.
- You participate in government assisted programs.
Contact Kingman Humane Society at 950 Buchanan, Kingman or call 928-753-2727. This program is possible due to the generosity of the veterinarian community, private donations and grant funding from the State of Arizona Pet Friendly License Plate.