aboutSide1The $20 Spay & Neuter Program is brought to you by the Delaware Division of Public Health’s Office of Animal Welfare. Spay and neuter services are provided by licensed veterinarians located throughout the state. The Spay & Neuter Program provides low-cost spay and neuter services to cats and dogs of income-eligible applicants. Those who are eligible may have up to two pets spayed or neutered every fiscal year for $20 each. A free rabies vaccine is included; it is the law to have your animal vaccinated against rabies. This partnership helps all of us work toward the day when every cat and dog is wanted, safe, and unharmed.
Note: Funding is limited. Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis, as funding allows. Applicants may expect to receive a response via mail within 30 days.
aboutSide2About Spay and Neuter
Spay is a term to describe the removal of the ovaries and uterus from a female animal.
Neuter is a term to describe the removal of the testicles from a male animal.
aboutSide3Once an animal is spayed or neutered, that animal is no longer able to reproduce. Female cats can become pregnant as young as 4 months old and female dogs can become pregnant as young as 5 months old. Both cats and dogs are able to produce multiple litters per year. An owner of one female cat or dog can quickly become overwhelmed by kittens or puppies in just a matter of a few months. Not only will spaying or neutering your pets eliminate unwanted puppies or kittens in your own home, it will also reduce pet homelessness and the number of animals that enter shelters in Delaware and may face euthanasia.

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