Having your pet spayed or neutered is a humane and responsible choice that will help slow the number of unwanted animals being born in Vermont every day. If you have a regular veterinarian, please contact him or her and arrange to have your animal spayed or neutered. If you cannot afford to go to a full service vet to have your pet spayed or neutered, there are organizations that can help.
Run your Own Spay/Neuter Campaign with these great resources available from HSUS.
• People on many types of assistance programs may be eligible to have their cat or dog spayed or neutered for a very low co-pay through the Vermont Spay Neuter Incentive Program known as VSNIP. For more information about VSNIP or to obtain an application, please call 855-478-7647 (855-47-VSNIP) or click here to download an application.
The places listed below offer low cost spay/neuter options. They are listed from North to South. Some are actual clinics, others offer vouchers. Please call or visit the website listed for more information about each program.
• Cat Spay Neuter, Colchester, VT 802-878-2230
Chittenden County, cats only
• Franklin County Humane Society Clinic, 30 Sunset Meadows, Saint Albans, Vermont 05478, 802-524-9650 x707
• Frontier Animal Society, Orleans, VT 802-334-7888 www.frontieranimalsociety.com/spayneuter.html
Orleans County, cats only
• Riverside Rescue, Gilman, VT 802-892-5300
• VT-CAN, Middlesex, VT 802-223-0034 www.vt-can.org For email links email
• Springfield Humane Society, Springfield, VT (802) 885-3997
• Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society, West Windsor, VT (802)-484-7800
• Second Chance Animal Shelter, Shaftsbury, VT 802-375-2898
Clinics in New Hampshire that are close to areas in Vermont
• Upper Valley Humane Society, Enfield, NH 603-448-6888
Near Windsor County, Vermont
• Monadnock Humane Society, Keene, NH 603-352-9011
Near Brattleboro, Vermont, cats only
• Humane Societies often have special clinics or offer assistance. Check with your local humane society to see what may be available.