California’s most successful free mobile spay/neuter program serves the areas that need us the most.
The Amanda Spaymobile is a state of the art mobile surgical unit staffed by doctors who specialize in high volume spay/neuter. We offer free service to low income, under-served areas where data proves the majority of animals entering our shelters come from.
Last year, our Spaymobile performed approximately 7,000 spay/neuters. Even if only half of these dogs and cats had 1 litter of six, that’s over 21,000 puppies and kittens saved from an uncertain fate. Now that’s fixing the problem.
You must have an appointment for the Spaymobile. To make an appointment please call 1-888-349-7388.
Shelters are filled with homeless dogs and cats, and prevention is the only way to keep the shelters empty. Spay & neuter procedures keep your pet healthy and prevent those unwanted puppies and kittens.
A cat is capable of having up to 8 kittens in a litter, and 2-3 litters per year. That means that an average cat, in one lifetime, could have more than 100 kittens.
Dogs and cats reach puberty on average at 6 months old, but it can vary between 4 and 12 months. That means at just 4 months old, a puppy or kitten can start reproducing.
Neutering provides major health and behavioral benefits, including a reduced desire to roam away from home, marking their territory with urine and overall aggression, plus a reduction in cancers, perianal hernia and pyometra.
Spay and neutering dogs and cats has not only proven to give them longer and healthier lives, but also makes them easier to train. Un-neutered animals strive to get out of the yard and can get injured or lost.