Mesa County Animal Rescue Helping With Spay and Neuter Vouchers
If you have a pet or know someone who does and needs to get their furry family member spayed or neutered this might be something that Mesa County Animal Services can help with. As we are learning from KREX that Mesa County Animal Services has subsidized spay and neuter vouchers available that are usable at thirteen different veterinarian hospitals and clinics around Mesa County.
The vouchers don't make the spay or neuter free, but it does get discounted to just $25 per animal. The funding for this project came from the Animal Assistance Foundation.
Mesa County Pet Owner Requirements for the Spay and Neuter Voucher
If you're interested in getting one of these vouchers for your animal you will be required to show proof of current rabies vaccination before the procedure takes place. If your pet isn't up to date on its rabies vaccine the owner will need to pay for that service.
Each of the thirteen veterinarian offices has a specific number of vouchers they are able to use. You may be asked to provide proof they need financial assistance with the procedure or just communicate with the doctor as to why they should qualify for this program. Vouchers became available starting on March 1st and are valid through September 30th, 2021.
Here are the 13 Veterinarian Clinics in Mesa County With the Spay and Neuter Vouchers:
- All Pets Center
- Animal Birth Contro
- Amigo Animal Clinic
- Arrowhead Veterinary Hospital
- CLAWS (Feline only)
- Cottonwood Veterinary Hospital
- Desert Springs Veterinary Services
- Footprints Animal Hospital
- Grand View Animal Hospital
- Monument View Veterinary Hospital (My 2 dogs speak highly of this one)
- Orchard Mesa Veterinary Hospital
- Redlands Pet Clinic
- VCA Tiara Rado Animal Hospital