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The Spay Wyoming phone line is answered during regular Shelter hours
Noon – 6 p.m. Weekdays
11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays
Calls may be answered before the Shelter opens when staff is available.

Our mission is to end the needless suffering caused by pet overpopulation and inhumane disposal of cats and dogs by reducing the number of unwanted births. 

Our vision is to help all Wyoming pet owners find affordable spay/neuter services in their area.

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As an affiliate of Spay USA, Spay Wyoming will accumulate information on spay/neuter options in Wyoming and provide that information to the public on our website and toll-free hotline. People from low-income households anywhere in Wyoming will be directed to the clinic nearest them offering reduced-rate surgeries for cats and dogs.

Additionally, this information will allow SpayWyoming to more easily identify the areas of Wyoming where more assistance is needed and to provide support in the development of further spay/neuter programs, including the recruitment of veterinarians to be part of a statewide network.

SpayWyoming will definitely be a cooperative effort.  We will be recruiting people in all regions of the state to help us gather information about low-cost spay/neuter opportunities in their area and to recruit donors to help us establish a state-wide spay/neuter assistance fund.

We are now accepting donations for our state-wide spay/neuter assistance fund.  Donations can be made on-line by credit card on the Dog & Cat Shelter’s website, www.dogandcatshelter.org, or mailed to the Shelter.  Just specify that the donation is for Spay Wyoming.  You will receive a written acknowledgement of your gift.

wFeliciaNo other disease or condition of companion animals takes as many lives as euthanasia. In fact, no other disease comes close.

Janet M. Scarlett, DVM, PhD, Cornell University