Spay & Neuter Vouchers
More than 70,000 puppies and kittens are born every day in the United States and over half are accidents. Kittens can get pregnant as early as four months and puppies as early as six months. This means many “OOPS” happen sooner than most think! By spaying and neutering your pet by the age of four months, you can help prevent this!
In 2012, H.A.L.O. partnered with local, well-established veterinarians and introduced the Low Cost Voucher Program which provides residents of Indian River County with a reduced cost spay/neuter. Over the years, H.A.L.O. has given out thousands of vouchers saving countless more lives!
What does it cost?
Sorry, effective March 1st 2021 all dog vouchers temporarily suspended.
|Voucher Pricing||Spay||Neuter||Cryptorchid||Rabies Vaccine|
|Feline:||$40-$50||$30-$40||n/a||No extra charge|
|Dog under 50 lbs:||$50||$40||$30||No extra charge|
|Dog 50-60 lbs:||$60||$50||$30||No extra charge|
|Dog +61 lbs:||$70||$60||$30||No extra charge|
How do I get a Low Cost Voucher?
Once you have your voucher, contact a participating veterinarian listed on the voucher and set up your appointment. Payment for the reduced cost procedure will be due at the time of surgery. When scheduling your appointment, please let them know you have a Low Cost Voucher from H.A.L.O. No-Kill Rescue. Provide your voucher to the veterinarian at the time of payment. Each voucher is good for only one surgery and rabies vaccine and you are responsible for any additional services necessary. Please note other procedures and fees may be applicable – including but not limited to – heartworm testing, post surgery pain meds, cone, etc. The vet will discuss all details with you.
Will spaying/neutering my pet cause weight gain?
Will it change my pet’s personality?
If only females get pregnant, why do I need to neuter my male?
As they say, it takes two to tango and males are every bit as much a part of the overpopulation problem as females.
Additionally, male pets are more likely to run away in search of a mate, which puts them at a much higher risk of disease and injury. If left intact, males are also more susceptible to testicular cancer.
Will my male feel emasculated?
Do I need to wait until my female has been through her first heat?
Is my pet too old to be spayed/neutered?
Additional Low Cost Services on the Treasure Coast
We’ve created a downloadable and printable brochure of low cost spay/neuter services on the Treasure Cost. Click the link below to view it:
Treasure Coast Services Brochure