We can help. Each year, we provide thousands of dollars in assistance to individuals to have their pets spayed/neutered.
Spay-Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) vouchers are issued during a scheduled appointment and exam at the MCHA Nonprofit Veterinary Clinic. Vouchers are eligible only to clients that live in Monroe County and can provide proof of an approved government financial assistance program. Vouchers are eligible for dogs and cats only and are limited to three per household. Dogs and cats must have a current rabies vaccination before a voucher will be issued. Vouchers are used directly with a participating veterinary clinic and are not redeemable for cash or services other than a spay/neuter surgery.
Vouchers are valued at $20 towards a cat spay/neuter surgery and $40 towards a dog spay/neuter surgery. Any additional services or costs related to the procedure are the responsibility of the pet owner. Vouchers have an expiration date of three months from the date they are issued. Vouchers can only be re-issued on-site at the MCHA Nonprofit Veterinary Clinic and Outreach Center.
Vouchers can no longer be applied for online or over the phone. An appointment must be made to ensure that the pet is healthy enough for surgery and that any required vaccinations are current. Please call 812-333-6242 ext. 2 to make an appointment. Any additional appointment or service fees will apply.
Have a litter of puppies or kittens?
Ask about litter relinquishment!
When you surrender the full litter of puppies or kittens to the City of Bloomington Animal Care and Control (3410 S Walnut St), a Spay-Neuter Assistance voucher is available for the full cost of the spay/neuter surgery at Pets Alive. Pet owners must be Monroe County residents, and vouchers are only available for the mother/father of the litter.
Need more information or help?
Not sure why this is important?
Need to know where to go?
Pets Alive is our local low-cost spay/neuter clinic.
Here is a list of full-service veterinarians in our area.
Not a resident of Monroe County?
If you participate in a public assistance program, you may be eligible for additional help. See Spay Neuter Services of Indiana for more info.