SpayGeorgia’s goal is to reduce the number of unwanted dogs and cats in Georgia by providing low cost spay/neuter certificates. We have issued over 95,000 certificates! Total number of surgeries in 2013: 3,508

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SpayGeorgia’s goal:

To reduce the number of unwanted dogs and cats in Georgia by providing low cost spay/neuter certificates to Georgia residents in need of partial financial assistance.

SpayGeorgia’s Certificate Program:

  • SpayGeorgia provides low-cost spay/neuter certificates at an affordable price.
  • This program is intended for people who need  partial financial assistance in order to have their own pets spayed or neutered. While SpayGeorgia is a low-cost program, it is not a free program.
  • The goal of this program is to reduce the number of unwanted animals. By having your pet spayed or neutered, you are acting responsibly as part of the solution to the tragedy of pet overpopulation.
  • Each spay/neuter certificate covers the cost of routine spay/neuter surgery, including preparation for surgery, anesthesia, the spay/neuter procedure, routine hospitalization as required, and removal of stitches if necessary. Vaccinations, testing for diseases, deworming, and all other medical procedures are not covered by the certificate and you are responsible for payment for these services.
  • Most vet clinics require vaccinations to be current in order to spay or neuter pets; check on requirements and prices at the selected vet clinic before you make an appointment.

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