Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Opportunities in Fremont County
Western Fremont County Humane Society has a 50/50 cost share spay/neuter program for dog and cat owners in the Dubois area. Pet owners can choose between three participating vet clinics, one in Dubois and two in Riverton, each with varying prices for certificate bearers. Owners present their certificate and pay the vet half of the cost of the surgery that day. The Humane Society is billed for the rest. Pets must have proof of current vaccinations, or the pet owners must pay the vet for those vaccinations. For information and to get a certificate, or to donate towards the program, contact
Lynne Milton, 307-450-7028 or email@example.com.
Contact Riverton Animal Adoption Center: Kathy Hooper, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wind River Reservation, June 1 – 2: The June spay/neuter clinic sponsored by the Animal Adoption Center (Jackson) will be on the Wind River Reservation on June 1 – 2. You need not live on the reservation to have your pet spayed or neutered, but you must make an appointment.
Who is eligible?
Any Wyoming resident who cannot afford private veterinary services to alter their pet.
Call 307-699-5473. If you qualify, don’t delay calling – appointments are on a first come-first served basis. Co-pay fees are $10 cat neuter, $25 cat spay, $25 dog neuter, $35 dog spay. For more info on the Animal Adoption Center’s clinics, go to http://www.animaladoptioncenter.org/index.php?page=spayneuter