To find free spay and neutering clinics visit a local vet clinic or ask a local rescue. There are many organizations who spay or neuter animals for free or a nominal fee. More »

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Try calling your local animal shelter to find low-cost spay and neuter programs in your area. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Petsmart Charities created a database of low-cost spay and n... More »

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Some spay and neuter programs in California include The Amanda Foundation Mobile Clinic, the Humboldt Spay Neuter Network and Critters Without Litters. In addition, the websites SpayUSA and LA Animal Services list clinic... More »

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Feral cat rescue groups infiltrate colonies of feral cats in order to trap, spay or neuter, vaccinate, and return the cats to their colony in an effort to eliminate overpopulation without disturbing the ecosystem. Occasi... More »

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Animal rescue organizations in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania provide services such as adoptions, vet checks, spaying and neutering of pets, and microchipping. The main focus of these organizations is the rescue and re-homing ... More »

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Free clinics for dogs usually include routine procedures, such as vaccinations, microchipping and spay or neuter surgery. Some may include nail trimming and dental care, although these are less common. More »

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Contact local rescue organizations, shelters or the Humane Society, or use websites such as Adoptapet.com to find available Westies. Specific Westie organizations such as Westie Rescue, Inc can also help you find a pet. ... More »

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