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Spay Neuter Clinic Models


High Volume Spay/Neuter Clinics

• Montana Spay Neuter Task Force
Teaching Montana that every community can solve its pet over-population problems with education, sterilization, and local volunteer involvement. We can reverse the universal acceptance that killing is the only solution to pet over-population! They have a great credo: "Don’t just mop up the mess, turn off the spigot!"

• Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force
The Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force supports First Nation Members in restoring the importance of companion animals by helping create spay/neuter and other animal–centered events in their community that stresses the care of dogs and cats and creates a safe and caring environment for all living creatures. One of their goals is to provide humane animal control for members of Alberta’s First Nations by providing reduced cost or free spay/neuter services, by invitation, through spay/neuter events.


Mobile Spay Neuter Clinic

• Pasado's Safe Haven Spay Station


Community Based Animal Care Projects

• Lakota Animal Care Project
Lakota Animal Care is a community-based 501c(3) non-profit organization that works to enhance the relationship between people and their pets on the Pine Ridge Lakota Sioux Indian Reservation in South Dakota, leading to more humane treatment of animals and a more healthful environment for both people and animals.

Tribal members trained as "Lakota Animal Care Givers" accomplish this through four core programs. The Basic Animal Health Care Program, accompanied by the Enhancing Awareness and Compassion Program, the Spay/Neuter Assistance Program and the Foster Care and Adoption Program seek to catalyze and support positive lasting change in the way animals are treated in our communities.





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