CARE Spay/Neuter Assistance
Our mission is to reduce pet overpopulation by providing low-cost spay and neuter services to our Central Arkansas community. Paws In The Clinic thanks A.A.R.F. - Arkansas Animal Rescue Foundation for the resources to assist in this vital mission in Arkansas.
CARE Low Cost Spay/Neuter ClinicsSpay/Neuter surgery, $25 per animal (dogs & cats) for low-income individuals and families. By appointment ONLY.
Low-income qualifications include annual individual income of less than $17,200, annual family income of less than $25,000 (proof: pay stub, tax return, etc. is required), or receiving government assistance (proof: SNAP benefits, Social Security, etc. is required).
Residency Requirements: Little Rock and Cabot Clinics are for residents within those city limits ONLY. If you reside outside the city limits, please call the Spay and Neuter Clinics listed below in 'Information and Resources'.
- If the pet is not currently vaccinated against rabies, this vaccination and a license will be given free of charge.
- Annual vaccinations and microchipping are available for an additional charge.
Routine spay or neuter procedures are the only offered procedure
Surgery cannot be preformed on a sick animal
Pets must be at least 4 months old
Dogs may not exceed 60 pounds
Click here to schedule an appointment today! You can also email email@example.com or call 501-680-SPAY (7729) to be placed on the waiting list for the next clinic. Space is limited!
CARE's Upcoming Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic:
Saturday, June 20th - Cabot residents only
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (501) 680-SPAY (7729)
CARE Spay/Neuter Vouchers
Vouchers cover part of the cost of the surgery, and work as a coupon for these steralization services.
Voucher clients pay a donation from $25 to $60, depending on what they can afford, and CARE covers the remaining cost.
Vouchers can used at designated veterinary clinics, and appointments are scheduled by CARE.
For more information and to request a voucher, call 501-603-CARE(2273)
Want to help?
Volunteer at CARE's Spay/Neuter Clinics!Help with processing the furry patients and comforting them during recovery!
If you are interested and available on Saturdays, fill out the volunteer form.
We hope to see you at the next clinic!
Central Arkansas Spay/Neuter Information & Resources
Arkansans for Animals, Inc.. - a non profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the welfare of animals. Operates "OPERATION S.a.V.E. ("Sterilization and Vaccination Effort"), a full-time, low-cost spay/neuter clinic located in Little Rock, AR, as well as a mobile animal surgical unit. Telephone: 501-455-5400
Cabot Animal Control- municipal animal shelter (2951 South 1st Street, Cabot). Hosts a low-cost spay/neuter clinic every Tuesday at the shelter. The shelter veterinarian, Dr. Karen Pallone of Pallone Veterinary Hospital, performs the surgeries. No income or residency restrictions required. Telephone: 501-843-2021
Companions Spay & Neuter Clinic - a full-time, low-cost spay and neuter clinic whose services are open to the general public; financial assistance offered (located in Springhill/Greenbrier, AR). Website: www.companionsspayandneuter.com Telephone: 501-679-7900
Feline Rescue & Rehome (FURR) - spay/neuter clinic for feral cats only (located in Little Rock, AR). Website: teamfurr.org Telephone: 501-661-0956
Humane Society of Saline County - holds frequent low-cost spay/neuter clinics and drive-thru shot clinics (located in Bauxite, AR). Website: www.hssaline.org Telephone: 501-557-5518
Out of the Woods Animal Rescue - SNIP (Spay/Neuter Program) - a reduced cost program for people who are having financial difficulty but want to spay or neuter their pets. Website: ootwrescue.org
NATIONAL Spay/Neuter Information & Resources
ASPCA/USA Directory - offers spay/neuter database for organizations in the United States offering low-cost surgery; source for overpopulation statistics, and toll-free number for low-cost spay/neuter referrals.
Alley Cat Allies - trap-neuter-and-release ("TNR") information for feral cat colonies.
Humane Alliance - nationally recognized nonprofit organization that focuses on high-volume, high-quality, low-cost companion animal sterilization (Asheville, NC).
"Why You Should Spay or Neuter Your Pet" (Oct. 17, 2011)
"Myths and Facts About Spaying and Neutering" (Oct. 13, 2009)