Why Spay and Neuter?
Spaying or neutering your pet is an important decision for pet owners.
In every community, in every state, there are homeless animals. In the U.S. as a whole, there are an estimated 6-8 million homeless animals entering animal shelters every year. Only about half of these animals nationwide are adopted.
Spay/neuter is the only permanent, 100-percent effective method of birth control for dogs and cats. SNAP is a program open to anyone who wishes to seek financial assistance to have their pet spayed or neutered and who meets the following qualifications:
You must be a resident of Clallam County & your income range needs to conform to the following guidelines:
- $32,550 per year for single family
- $37,200 per year for a family of 2
- $41,850 per year for a family of 3
- $46,500 per year for a family of 4
- $50,250 per year for a family of 5
- $53,950 per year for a family of 6
Here's How to Apply
Simply visit our shelter at 1743 Old Olympic Highway between 11:00am to 6:00pm - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday
You will need to bring with you proof of income. This may include:
- Copies of your 1040 (tax return)
- Letter from DSHS stating how much you receive per month for grant and food stamps
- Letter from Social Security
- Four recent pay stubs
- Three months bank statements (checking account)
Discounted Fee Structure
- $40.00 for a male cat
- $60.00 for a female cat
- $60.00 for a male dog
- $65.00 for a female dog
Distemper & Rabies Vaccinations
- $9.00 rabies
- $7.50 distemper
- $9.00 rabies
- $12.50 distemper/parvo
From time to time a generous donor will sponsor free spay and neuter programs. We partner with Spay to Save to provide these services on-site.
Watch here and/or subscribe to our newsletter and Facebook page to see when the next program will be scheduled.