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Low Cost High Volume Spay/Neuter Program

Posted on: October 24th, 2012 by CCSPCA

Hip Snip Hooray
Low Cost High Volume Spay/Neuter Program

 

CAT NEUTER $29
CAT SPAY $45
DOG NEUTER (2-15 lbs.) $52
DOG NEUTER (16-50 lbs.) $65
DOG NEUTER (51-80 lbs.) $83
DOG NEUTER (81+ lbs.) $103
DOG SPAY (2-15 lbs.) $67
DOG SPAY (16-50 lbs.) $83
DOG SPAY (51-80 lbs.) $103
DOG SPAY (81+ lbs.) $134

 

Call 559.237.1125 to schedule an appointment for Hip Snip Hooray.

 

Cats and Dogs must be 6 months of age or older to qualify for Hip Snip Hooray
Must be healthy, no sneezing, diarrhea, coughing or any other illness.
Please have current up to date animal information when making the appointment with the Hospital Staff.

And in case you’re wondering if you should get your pet fixed or perhaps persuade the neighbor next door whose pet keeps having litter after litter, here are a few good reasons to spay and neuter:

  • Spaying & neutering helps prevent euthanizing adoptable shelter cats and dogs.
  • You can reduce the number of strays by spaying and neutering your pets.
  • Even though you are responsible, your pet may accidentally get out of your house, breed with other animals and produce strays. Strays can become a danger to the community, by spreading disease, biting people or fighting with other animals.
  • Over its lifetime, your cat or dog can have many babies. A female animal that is not fixed can have over 100 babies and male animals can literally father thousands. Every one of us needs to spay or neuter our pets to help reduce the number of unwanted pets.
  • Spaying and neutering makes life easier around your home. Female pets won’t go into heat, so there’s no howling or need for messy diapers.
  • According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, spaying and neutering could help your pet live a longer and healthier life. Spaying and neutering pets can prevent cancer and other life threatening illnesses such as prostate disease.
  • Spaying or neutering your pet early on can save you a lot of money down the road. You won’t have to care for unwanted litters and you will spend less money providing medical treatment for your pets since spayed or neutered pets also have fewer health problems.
  • Spaying and neutering can improve the behavior of your pet. It calms them down and makes them less likely to roam. Spayed and neutered pets are less likely to bite and fight, and are also less likely to make your house messy with spraying.
  • Getting your pet spayed or neutered is now easier and more affordable. Call us now at 559.237.1125 and ask about our low cost Hip Snip Hooray program!

Neuter Day helps reduce strays!!

Posted on: October 5th, 2012 by CCSPCA

Stanley Neuter BoyOur Neuter Day on October 1st did prove to be Neuter-ific! Although not as many people showed up for their low cost neuter as we hoped, we did have many grateful families take advantage of saving money while doing the right thing for their pets.

Stanley is one of them, he was a kitten found on the streets, taken in by a caring family that wants to give him a lifetime of love including providing for his needs. Stanley did voice his opinion about being separated from his safety net , his home, while at the George Whittell Animal Hospital for his neuter, so he was really happy when his family picked him up that afternoon. Now Stanley will not have offspring that may not be as lucky as him to make it off the streets.

Of the 64 neuters that we had scheduled for Neuter Day, 33 did show up, 12 cats/kittens and 21 dogs/puppies. There are many families that would like to be able to spay or neuter their animals, and do need the low cost options to be able to do so. We hope to remind those that schedule for our next Spay Day or Neuter Day that your spot is important, valued and sought out by others. If for any reason you’re not able to make it in with your animal for sure on the surgery day, please allow another family to take your spot.

Thank you to everyone who helped make this neuter day a success in saving and bettering lives, please watch for the next Spay / Neuter Day coming soon!

Neuters for a New Direction September Low Cost Neuters

Posted on: September 25th, 2012 by CCSPCA

Celebrate and participate in the solution for homeless animals with neuters for male cats and male dogs. 25 male dogs and 25 male cats, 6 months of age or older will qualify for a low cost neuter on a first come first serve basis with a maximum of 2 animals per household. The cost will be a flat rate of $10 per cat neuter and $20 per dog neuter. Remember male cats or dogs can find unaltered females up to 5 miles away, so this will prevent many births.

Please call 559-489-0544 on Wednesday September 26 from 8am to 12pm or 1pm to 5pm to give your full contact information, your pet’s complete information, and an available call back number to be scheduled for your neuters. Cats and Dogs must be healthy, no sneezing, diarrhea, coughing or any other illness.
Neuters will take place on October 1st, 2012 at the George Whittell Animal Hospital 103 S. Hughes Fresno CA 93706

We are pleased to be able to offer these Low Cost neuters as a proven means of saving animals’ lives.

Please help us spread the word! Thank you!

 
 

Mrs Cat Face and Squatchy

Male Cats September

Male Dogs September

 

Spay Day Success

Posted on: March 3rd, 2012 by CCSPCA

Thrilled to share that many people took the moto “Spay Today Neuter Now” to action for Spay Day! 49 Cats and Kittens were spayed, it would have been 50 but they found out that one Cat had already been spayed. Those are hopeful odds that will add to saving lives here in the Central Valley. We look forward to using our Spay Day Hotline again very soon. Please stay tuned to our website and Facebook where we will announce our next Spay Day and the pet population that we are trying to reach.
 
Right now it is key to spay and neuter as many Cats and Kittens as possible so that they don’t have litters this spring that will need to find homes. If you need help financially with getting your animal spayed or neutered please see our Spay Fresno Fund page for those guidelines. Our goal is to have different Spay Day’s focus on Animal Seasons to prevent the most litters possible from needing future homes. Thank you to all of our donors for making this a reality!!

FREE Spays or Neuters for Spay Day 2012

Posted on: February 24th, 2012 by CCSPCA

Spay-Day-Photo CCSPCACelebrate World Spay Day, February 28th and 29th, by “Beating the Heat” for Cats and yes Kittens (they can have a litter at the age of 6 months). The CCSPCA will be offering a limited amount of FREE spays or neuters. This will be on a first come first serve basis with a maximum of 2 cats/kittens per household. Kittens will need to be 4 months of age and fully vaccinated, 6 months of age if not vaccinated. Must be healthy, no sneezing, diarrhea, coughing or any other illness.

Please call 559-489-0544 on Monday February 27 from 8am to 12pm or 1pm to 5pm to give your full contact information, your pets complete information, and an available call back number to be scheduled for your spays or neuters.

QUESTIONS: Please contact our Education Department at 559-289-0374

Donation to the Spay Fresno Fund

Posted on: January 4th, 2012 by CCSPCA

Thank you to the Tower District Marketing Team! A much needed donation from the famous Pooch Parade will go towards the Spay Fresno Fund!
 
This is Neuter-ific because not only will Pooches will get spayed and neutered, Kitties will too! This fund helps those on low, no or fixed incomes get their animals altered. If you would like to donate to Spay Fresno, please use the donate button on the website, call in to our Education Department 559-233-0115, or by mail at 103 S. Hughes Fresno CA 93706.
 
We love you Tower District Team!!
 

What is ‘Spay Fresno’?

Posted on: September 5th, 2011 by CCSPCA No Comments

The Gennuso Spay/Neuter Fund and Spay Fresno are programs directed (more…)

Expanding Our Efforts

Posted on: March 30th, 2011 by CCSPCA No Comments

We are requesting more animal agencies, such as the Central Valley Coalition (more…)

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