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Spay/Neuter Program

This program offers low cost spay/neuter for pets whose owners have genuine financial need.  It is designed to provide a spay or neuter procedure for one animal per household. SCAF plays a vital role in helping to control the animal population in the St. Croix and Pierce County area. We realize the need exists for assistance in caring for our precious animal friends and keeping them healthy.

How It Works

Low-cost spay or neuter is offered to clients at a cost of $50 per animal for pets whose owners demonstrate genuine financial need. Pet owners pay the $50 fee directly to the vet clinic.  SCAF subsidizes the remainder of the cost and pays for a necessary rabies shot.

For our records, pet owners are asked to email to SCAF a quality photograph showing their pet prominently. 

SCAF works with a network of local veterinarians who have reduced their prices for this low cost program.  If the application is approved, clients are mailed a Spay/Neuter Certificate to redeem at participating veterinary offices throughout the area as listed below on the certificate.


Thanks to your support, SCAF has prevented the birth of over 40,000 unwanted puppies and kittens since our program began. SCAF has issued in excess of 1,000 low cost spay/neuter certificates since the inception of this program!

Spay Neuter Form

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    Want to SPONSOR a Spay or Neuter for a Dog or Cat?

    Designate $75 to a Spay/Neuter Scholarship when you make a donation to cover the cost of this vital procedure for a pet.

    Please spay or neuter your dog or cat and encourage those you know with pets to do the same.  If you are interested in providing financial support for this program, donations can be sent to SCAF in care of the Spay/Neuter Program.

    SCAF appreciates your support of this very important program to help control the population of unwanted pets.

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