Option 1: LOW INCOME INDIVIDUALS ONLY (35k/yr family income)
THIS OPTION IS ON HOLD AS THIS GROUP RUNS THE SPAY DAY PROGRAM. SPAY DAY DOG SPOTS ARE FULL. THIS VOUCHER OPTION WILL RE-OPEN AFTER SPAY DAY IS OVER (MARCH).
Name: Sacramento Area Animal Coalition
Address: P. O. Box 161043, Sacramento, CA 95816
Phone: (916) 808-SPAY (7729)
Cost: $15/dog if you qualify- required to be low income
Location: Davis, and many other vets in Sacramento.
Sacramento Area Animal Coalition (SAAC) uses their grant money and resources to provide low cost spay and neuter options to those who are low income. Funding is not always available, but this group is sometimes able to get dogs into a Davis veterinary clinic (and many other vet clinics located in the Sacramento area) for spay and neuter at reasonable prices. This group has a message machine to record incoming spay/neuter requests by phone, and a volunteer will return all calls as soon as possible. Please give them 2-3 days to return your call before trying them a second time.
Upon meeting the qualifications for the voucher program (family income of $35,000 or less per year and proof of income mailed in), your dog can be fixed for a $15 copay at one of the vets who works in agreement with SAAC.
Other Services: This group promotes SPAY DAY. This program is offered in February every year, with the phone lines typically opening for appointment scheduling in early January. This program offers spay/neuter, vaccinations, and microchipping at very little cost for both dogs and cats.
Option 2: Low Income
1. Your name and phone number
2. Your dog(s)' Name, Age, Breed, Sex
3. City the dog resides in
You will need proof of low income status (35k/yr or less). Copay will be around $20/dog.
We will contact you to make an appointment for your dog. If you do not hear in a week, please contact us again.
Option 3: Any Income Level
Name: ACT Clinic in Stockton
Address: 327 East Alpine Avenue, Stockton, CA 95204-3407 (about 1 hour away from Davis)
Phone: (209) 462-SPAY
Cost: Starting at $70 for a male, $80 for a female, up to $150-175 depending on weight of dog. Does not require you to be low income.
Location: Stockton, CA
Option 4: Any Income Level
Please call around to the local vets and ask what the Total price is for spay/neuter. You can ask about waiving pre-anesthetic blood work/ exam, as this would not be done at a low cost option typically. You should be able to find a small dog spay for under $200, and a neuter for closer to $150 in the Davis/Woodland area per individuals emailing me to let me know pricing they have encountered.
Option 5: Any Income Level *ONLY FOR PITBULLS IN WEST SACRAMENTO*
Address: 6201 Florin-Perkins Road, Sacramento, CA 95828
Phone: (916) 383-7387 (spay/neuter extension 9122, pitbull ext 9017)