Spay Day Sacramento
On February 26, 2017, the Sacramento Area Animal Coalition (SAAC) partnered with local veterinary clinics, animal shelters, and the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine to spay and neuter 300 dogs and cats belonging to income qualified families.
Since 2000, more than 10,000 dogs and cats have been altered through Spay Day Sacramento -- preventing the births of thousands of unwanted puppies and kittens and reducing the burden on area shelters.
Spay Day is held once a year, typically on the last Sunday in February.
Spay Day FAQs
How do I apply?
We will begin accepting applications for Spay Day 2018 in January 2018. In the meantime, please view our list of other low-cost spay/neuter programs in the Sacramento area.
How much does Spay Day Sacramento cost?
$15 per cat and $20 per dog. Limit two pets per household.
What do pets receive on Spay Day Sacramento?
- Spay or neuter surgery
- Core vaccinations
- Microchip identification and registration
Where does Spay Day Sacramento take place?
At various veterinary clinics and animal shelters in Sacramento and Yolo Counties.
Who qualifies for Spay Day Sacramento?
Residents of Sacramento and Yolo Counties who receive public assistance and/or have a household income of $35,000 a year or less are eligible. Proof of public assistance or income is required.
How can I spread the word?
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How can I help?
Vet clinics are crucial to Spay Day. They contribute their time and resources to provide surgeries at a deep discount.
Financial and in-kind support from local businesses helps offset the cost to provide hundreds of surgeries for pets of in-need families.
Contributions from compassionate citizens help us provide life-saving services to hundreds of dogs and cats belonging to in-need families.
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