Spay Neuter Certificate

Program

The Spay/Neuter Certificate Program helps low-income individuals have their companion animals altered at a very low cost.

Participating veterinary clinics reduce their fees and UAF pays a portion so that the pet guardian is responsible for only a small share of the cost. This program is made possible through donations, fundraisers and grants, including past grants received from The Springsteen Foundation for the Humane Treatment of Animals, Best Friends Animal Society and the Arizona Companion Animals Spay and Neuter Committee, which raises funds through the sale of Pet-Friendly License Plates.

Since its inception in October of 2004, the Spay/Neuter program has sterilized more than 13,000 cats and dogs, averaging nearly 800 per year.