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 to five (3-5) 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 Pet Hospital – 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, pet must be licensed and up to date on rabies vaccination. Go to 2270 Trane Road or call 928-763-6000 for more information and an application. S.A.I.N.T. will cover up to $30 for this program.
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. (No voucher from S.A.I.N.T. required for SNIP program)