On Wednesday the Pawsitive Alliance announced it received a 2015 grant from Best Friends Animal Society to continue our successful Highway 2 Transport Clinics which provide spay and neuter services for the pets of low income families; this service is helping to reduce the number of homeless animals in Snohomish
County from Monroe to Index.
Qualified dog owners can have their pet spayed or neutered for only $25.
“This grant means that we can continue this very successful lifesaving project partnering with Pasado’s Safe Haven in Sultan,” said Yolanda Morris, Co-Founder and Board President. “With the support from Best Friends, we are now able to increase the total number for this spay/neuter project to 600+ cats and dogs in the targeted area along Highway 2. Our overall goal for this transport clinic project is to impact the number of stray animals and unwanted litters in the communities of Monroe, Gold Bar, Sultan and Index.”
You can make a reservation for low income cat and dog spay/neuters at the Highway 2 Transport Clinic. Here’s the link: http://www.pasadosafehaven.org/snohomish-county-spay-neuter-program/
Here is more information about who qualifies for the program:
- The spay or neuter surgery is subsidized with a co-pay of $10 for cats and $25 for dogs to income qualified while funding lasts.
- Additional services are available at reduced cost. Vaccines and parasite treatment are only available in combination with spay or neuter surgery. The exception is Flea treatment which can be purchased prior to intake in the morning for $5.
- Program qualifications: All you need is your “proof of income” and your photo ID. This could consist of a pay stub, an unemployment document, or any other documentation that is relevant to your income. Bring what you can and we will honor it. If you aren’t sure if you qualify, please come to the Spay Station on the day of service and we will let you know.
- Income Qualification level(s): 1 person:$44,750, 2 people: $51,150, 3 people: $57,550, 4 people: $63,900, 5 people: $69,050