Rescue Donation Center

Inside Central Bark

14623 N Nebraska Ave
Tampa Florida 33613

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Spay - Neuter

SPAY/NEUTER IS GOOD FOR YOUR PET
 
  • It helps them live longer, healthier lives.

  • It can eliminate or reduce the incidence of a number of health problems that can be very difficult or expensive to treat, including many types of cancer in both males and females.

  • It makes pets better, more affectionate companions.

  • Neutering male cats less likely to spray and mark territory.

  • Spaying females eliminates their being in heat, which causes them to cry incessantly, show nervous behavior, and attract unwanted male animals.

  • Pets who are not spayed or neutered often exhibit more behavior and temperament problems than do those who have been spayed or neutered.

  • It can make pets less likely to bite.

  • It makes pets less likely to roam the neighborhood, run away, or get into fights.
     

SPAY/NEUTER IS GOOD FOR THE COMMUNITY

Each year in Hillsborough and surrounding counties thousands of unwanted animals are killed because of overpopulation. The most effective way to stop animals from going into shelters is spay/neuter.

Communities spend millions of dollars to control unwanted animals. It costs Hillsborough County an average of $160 for every animal it takes in. Irresponsible breeding contributes to the problem of dog bites and attacks.

 

MYTHS AND FACTS
 

Common Myths and Facts About Spay/Neuter, from the Humane Society of the United States
 

Why Spay or Neuter? from the ASPCA

 

Hillsborough County Sterilization Rebate Program
Hillsborough County has initiated a Spay and Neuter Rebate Program to assist low income residents to have their pet dogs and cats fixed. If you qualify, a voucher for each animal and a list of participating veterinarians will be mailed to you.

 

For additional information about the rebate program, and to download an application, visit: Hillsborough County Animal Services.

 

Humane Society of Tampa Bay's Spay/Neuter Clinic

The Humane Society of Tampa Bay has a low cost spay/neuter clinic open to the public, located on Armenia Ave. in Tampa. Information, including clinic fees and contact information to make appointments, can be found at: http://www.humanesocietytampa.org, or by calling the clinic: 813-870-3304.


Critter Adoption and Rescue Effort Spay/Neuter Clinic  Ruskin FL
Critter Adoption and Rescue Effort (CARE) has a low cost spay/neuter clinic open to the public, located in Ruskin. Information, including clinic fees and contact information to make appointments, can be found at: http://www.careshelter.org/Clinic.htm, or by calling the clinic: 813-645-2273.


ACT Spay/Neuter Clinic
Animal Coalition of Tampa (ACT) has a as a low cost spay/neuter clinic open to the public, located on Lemon St. in South Tampa. Information, including clinic fees and contact information to make appointments, can be found at: http://www.actampa.com/clinicinfo.html, or by calling the clinic: 813-250-3900.

 

Pinellas County PetPal Animal Clinic  call 727-323-7729


Pinellas County Spot USA Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic  call 727-329-8657

 

Pasco County P.A.W.S.  Pasco Animal Welfare Society  call  727-819-1910

 

Hernando County PetLuv  call 352-799 9990

 

Manatee County Resources

 

Sarasota County ARC - Animal Rescue Coalition

 

Polk County  TLC Pet Snip
 

Polk County  SPCA Florida

 

Every year, thousands of dogs and cats are euthanized because no one wants them. A proven way to cut down on that overpopulation is to have your pets spayed or neutered. Today, sterilization is considered just a part of being a responsible pet owner. The cost of the spay or neuter surgery represents a relatively small one-time expense when compared to its benefits. A sterile pet is healthier, behaves better, and can never produce more unwanted animals.