Pet Friendly Services of Indiana provides statewide financial assistance. We raise funds and partner with a great group of veterinarians, who perform the surgeries. We provide low-cost spay/neuter certificates to limited-income pet owners and free certificates to rescue groups and shelters – they take the certificates to our vets, and we pay the bills.
The Spay-Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)
The Spay-Neuter Assistance Program is for limited-income pet owners. Pet owners meeting the eligibility criteria pay just $25 per surgery and can schedule their appointment with a vet in Pet Friendly Services’ statewide network after receiving their spay/neuter certificate.
Community Cat Program (CCP)
The Community Cat Program is targeted to 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organizations that run Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs for community cats (feral and free-roaming). Free surgeries for feral cats help keep shelters empty and cats alive. The Community Cat vet package includes a spay/neuter, a rabies vaccination, and a MANDATORY eartip.
All you need to get started is a live trap, a staff member or volunteer who’s willing to help, someone in your community who wants help with their community cats, and a participating veterinarian.
Pet Friendly Plate Program (PFPP)
The Pet Friendly Plate Program was established to provide rescue groups and shelters with FREE spay/neuter surgery certificates so they can alter pets before adopting them into their forever homes.
Public Vet is a traveling veterinary clinic that works to identify communities in need of access to low-cost spay/neuter. They ask for animal owners to pay what they can for the services they provide. Pet Friendly Services has partnered with Public Vet and will cover unmet costs at clinics in 2021.
Coming up next:
- Warsaw, April 5-6
- Richmond, April 9
- Evansville, April 17-18
- Huntingburg, April 19
Resources in Southern Indiana
River Valley Humane Society, located in Harrison County, maintains a list of low cost spay/neuter options for Southern Indiana (including a few in Northern Kentucky). They may also be able to offer financial assistance and transport if needed.
Need Additional Programs?
For a complete list of low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter clinics, simply google “low cost spay neuter clinic Indiana“. Indiana is fortunate to have nearly a dozen of these non-profit clinics, along with several private-practice clinics with discounted services, all dedicated to preventing pet overpopulation. You can see a list of animal resources by county here.
Live near the state line? Replace “Indiana” with the state of your choice and you’ll find more low-cost, high-quality clinics.