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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Get low-cost neutering by visiting the ASPCA website and contacting one of the low-cost neutering clinics listed near your location. As of 2015, the ASPCA maintains an up-to-date public database of locations where you ca... More »

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You can find information about spay and neuter vouchers from animal protection organizations such as SpayUSA and Be The Solution. Individual city or county animal control services may also provide spay and neuter voucher... More »

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Free dental care is not typically available for dogs, but contact your local animal shelter for assistance in finding low-cost clinics. Some animal rescues and shelters offer low-cost dental care at their own clinics. More »

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To find a vet for someone with a low income, start by calling your local animal shelter to ask them for advice. Although services vary depending on the city or county, many shelters offer low-cost veterinary care in thei... More »

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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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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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