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Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Program
October 3 @ 5:00 pm - October 4 @ 6:00 pm
We’ve partnered with H.O.P.E. for Animals of Fort Wayne, Indiana to bring our area a convenient monthly
low-cost option to spay and neuter as many animals as possible.
1st Thursday of the Month
Drop-off Wednesday prior by 5:00pm
Pick-up Thursday 5-5:30pm
Fort Defiance Humane Society
Cash Only – payment due upon registration. You must come into the office to register ahead of time.
All surgeries include pre-op pain/anti-anxiety medication, post-op pain medication and dissolvable sutures.
The rabies vaccine is mandated by the state of Indiana. You must provide proof of rabies vaccine or your pet will receive vaccine at the time of surgery.
Males (Under 50-lbs.) $80
Males (Over 50-lbs.) $95
Females (Under 50-lbs.) $85
Females (Over 50-lbs.) $100
*Includes microchip, ear tip and rabies vaccine.
Must be in live trap. One cat per trap, please.
Stray indicates a cat NOT living in your home.
There may be additional costs realized at time
of surgery which you will be notified of.
Obese Dogs $15*
Dogs Over 100-lbs. $15
Rabies Vaccine $20**
Females in Heat $15
Pregnant Females $25
Non-descended testes $15
Pyometra***/Spay Section $50
Injectable Antibiotic $5
Capstar (Flea Treatment) $6
*Applies to any pet deemed obese at time of surgery
**Required by State of Indiana
***Pyometra is a uterine infection
Low-Cost, Not Low Quality!
Our clinic adheres to a medical protocol model dictated by the Humane Alliance and the American Veterinary Medical Association. For more information on our medical protocols, please go to: www.humanealliance.org
Spaying and neutering pets means:
• stopping unwanted litters
• making pets less likely to run away
• making pets less likely to bite
• making pets more trainable
• no messy heat cycles
• pets are less likely to urine mark
• pets are less likely to develop certain cancers
Please contact us at (419) 658-2298 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Partnering with H.O.P.E. for Animals
(260) 420-SPAY • www.hope-for-animals.org