Community Assistance Programs
SPAY/NEUTER FERAL CATS TNR PAWS ON WHEELS (Pet Food Assistance)
LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER CLINIC
WHY SPAY OR NEUTER?:
ONE LITTER CAN'T HURT ANYTHING, RIGHT?
One female cat and her offspring can produce
One female dog and her offspring can produce
- The Humane Society of the United States Pet Overpopulation Facts (1999)
San Antonio euthanasizes between 80 and 120 animals A DAY
- Jeff Hale, director of Animal Care services for the city of San Antonio
BENEFITS OF SPAY/NEUTER
|Spaying and neutering your pet is not only beneficial to their health, but to your peace of mind. Pet overpopulation is a horrible reality. Even indoor pets play a part in the population problem since sometime in its lifetime, your pet is likely to get outdoors and let "nature" rule and it has been proven that most or all of the cats or dogs in a litter or their offspring will be homeless and/or euthanised.
YOU can make a difference!
And for those who do not have the money to
This program is for reducing the number of feral, unowned cats in Del Rio and surrounding Val Verde County. Click here for flyer.
Happens twice a year, usually in February and September depending upon the availability of Dr. Scott and her team from Spring, Texas. Please do not call us until we actually announce it in the Del Rio News Herald. We cannot take advance reservations. This clinic is open to the public and is on a first-come-first-served basis.
Cost for Program
Cost at a regular veterinary clinic - $120 - $180
Cost at a regular veterinary clinic - $120 - $140