Low Income Spay/Neuter and Vaccine Assistance
Spay and neuter is a healthy choice for your pet. Spaying helps prevent uterine infections and breast tumors, which are malignant or cancerous in about 50 percent of dogs and 90 percent of cats. Neutering your male companion prevents testicular cancer and some prostate problems
Spaying or neutering your cat or dog is a simple thing, and PAWS is here to make it even easier. Our volunteers are on the job, educating the public about the importance of spay/neutering and helping pet owners step-by-step through our financial assistance process.
If you’d like to spay/neuter your pet but aren’t sure where to start, call us. We’ll get you pointed in the right direction and offer assistance if your finances are tight. Let’s get started!
Can’t afford to spay or neuter your pet? PAWS can help!
To apply for financial assistance, pick up an application at:
- North Kitsap Fishline, 18916 3rd Ave., Poulsbo
- ShareNet, 26061 United Rd. NE, Kingston
- Central Kitsap Food Bank, 3790 NW Anderson Hill Rd., Silverdale
- Helpline House, 282 Knechtel Way NE, Bainbridge Island
- Port Gamble Sk’lallamTribal Center, 31912 Little Boston Road NE, Kingston
- Suquamish Tribal Center, 18490 Suquamish Way, Suquamish
- PAWS at Pleasant Beach, 4688 Lynwood Cntr Rd., Bainbridge Island
- PAWS Animal Welfare Center, 26569 Lindvog Rd., Kingston
Through a special grant from the Suquamish Tribal Foundation, we are able to provide for the full cost of spay/neuter and vaccines for all Suquamish Tribe members – applications for this grant program are available at the Suquamish Tribal Center.