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. 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.

Did You Know?

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 and pyometra.

Spay and neutering dogs and cats has not only proven to give them longer and healthier lives, but it is more cost efficient. Un-neutered animals strive to get out of the yard and can get into fights and trouble, and puppies & kittens as a result are expensive and require much care.