Neuter/Spay Oregon
 
Oregon's first statewide spay/neuter referral resource ~~
helping animals, the public, and animal groups since 2001!
An animal protection project by ~Barb, AnimalResources


ADOPT! FOSTER! DONATE! VOLUNTEER! SPAY AND NEUTER!

February 2013: After ten-plus years, this webpage will no longer include
individual program details and promotions of spay/neuter groups and projects.
Check webpages and contact groups for all details, criteria, restrictions.


To Search :: Notes to public, and animal advocates or groups
Oregon Statewide Spay Neuter Efforts > ask ~Barb, AnimalResources
OREGON Spay Neuter >> area codes 503 or 971 :: 541 :: Portland metro Spay Neuter
Oregon Feral Cat Groups or Oregon Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) Groups
are designated feral-friendly!
* Find an Oregon veterinarian >> OVMA :: ODA :: OVMEB
* Oregon shelters: on-site spay/neuter clinics
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OREGON Spay/Neuter Assistance and Information

OREGON Area Code 503

Animal Aid
Portland Oregon [Multnomah County, Washington County]
503-292-6628 Option 2

Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland (ASAP) >> Spay & Save Program
Portland metropolitan area [Clackamas County, Multnomah County, Washington County, Oregon and Clark County Washington]
1-800-345-SPAY
503-802-6755

Bayshore Animal Hospital :: feral friendly!
Warrenton Oregon [Clatsop County only]
503-861-1621

Cat Adoption Team (CAT)
Sherwood Oregon [Washington County]
503-925-8903
contactus@catadoptionteam.org
www.catadoptionteam.org

INACTIVE Cherish the Animals - dissolved in 2011.
Portland Oregon [Multnomah County]

Clatsop Animal Assistance, Inc.
Friends of the Clatsop County Animal Shelter
Warrenton Oregon
CAA and CCAS 503-861-0737 or 503-861-PETS (7387)

Columbia Humane Society
St Helens Oregon [Columbia County]
503-397-4353

Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon :: feral friendly!
503-797-2606
October 2008: FCCO now has a free-standing spay/neuter clinic in Portland in addition to our ongoing mobile program.
Clinic Schedule

Homeward Bound Pets
McMinnville Oregon [Yamhill County]
503-472-0341

May 2014: Marion Polk Community Cat Program (MPCCP) :: feral friendly!
formerly known as Free-Roaming Cat Advocates
503-585-5900 or mpccp2014@gmail.com
to provide sterilization services to unowned cats in order to reduce cat overpopulation.

Meow Village :: feral friendly!
Aurora Oregon [Clackamas County]
503-309-6803 or 503-789-9372
meowvillage@comcast.net

Multnomah County Animal Services
Troutdale Oregon [Multnomah County]

INACTIVE Neuter Scooter (mobile cat spay and neuter clinic) :: feral friendly!
based in Bloomington Indiana
[From May 2007 to January 2011, the Neuter Scooter came every few months to one or two Oregon cities or counties]

Oregon Humane Society
1067 NE Columbia
Portland Oregon [Multnomah County]
503-285-7722

Oregon Spay/Neuter Fund
7410 SE Oleson Road #327
Portland, OR 97223 [Portland metro and a few other nearby counties]
503-286-2411

Oregon Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA)
Find a Vet in Oregon
Article: The Benefits of Spaying or Neutering

PAW Team
Portland Oregon [Multnomah County]
December 2011: new permanent location
For pets of the homeless
Clinic and spay/neuter info


Pet Over-Population Prevention Advocates, Inc. (POPPA, Inc.) :: feral friendly!
Beaverton Oregon
PROGRAM ENDED JULY 2013

Portland metro spay neuter - including southwest Washington

Salem Friends of Felines :: feral friendly!
Salem Oregon [Marion County and Polk County]
503-362-5611

Seaside Pet Clinic
Seaside Oregon [Clatsop County]
503-738-8846

Southwest Portland Low Cost Community Service Spay and Neuter
Portland Oregon [Multnomah County]
503-977-2637

Southwest Washington area (Portland metro) - see Neuter/Spay Washington click on area code 360

Spay & Neuter Humane Association
Astoria Oregon 97103 [Clatsop County]
503-338-6376

Spay & Save Program - see listing for Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland (ASAP) above.
Portland metro area

Tigard Animal Hospital :: feral friendly!
Tigard Oregon 503-684-3132
Village at Main Veterinary Clinic
Wilsonville Oregon 503-570-9735

INACTIVE Tom and Mom Cat Special (TAMCS) >> www.spayoregon.org
Portland Oregon metro area

Tri City Spay and Neuter
Seaside Oregon [Clatsop County]
503-738-7040

United Paws of Tillamook - Tillamook for Spay/Neuter :: feral friendly!
Tillamook Oregon [Tillamook County]
503-842-5663
unitedpaws@hotmail.com

Willamette Humane Society :: feral friendly!
Salem Oregon [Marion County, Polk County]
January 11, 2010 - New Willamette Humane Spay and Neuter Clinic:
503-480-SPAY (7729) or e-mail clinic@willamettehumane.org

November 2010: Yamhill County Cat Spay/Neuter Projects :: feral friendly!
[Yamhill County]

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OREGON Area Code 541

Bend Spay and Neuter Project :: feral friendly!
Bend Oregon [Deschutes County]
541-617-1010


Best Friends of Baker
Baker City Oregon [Baker County]
541-519-PETS 541-519-7387

Blue Mountain Humane Association
(Operate Louise M. McNeely Animal Shelter)
La Grande Oregon [Serving Union County, Baker County, Wallowa County and Grant County]
541-963-0807

BrightSide Animal Center (January 2013 previously Humane Society of Redmond) :: feral friendly!
Redmond Oregon [Deschutes County]
541-923-0882
Low Cost Spay Neuter

Catlink :: feral friendly!
The Dalles Oregon [Hood River County and Wasco County Oregon and Klickitat County Washington]
541-298-8253
"Catlink is a division of the Rowena Wildlife Clinic that is dedicated to feral and homeless cats in the Columbia River Gorge area.

Central Coast Humane Society :: feral friendly!
Newport Oregon [Lincoln County]
541-265-3719

Central Coast Spay-Neuter Clinic
Newport Oregon 97364 [Lincoln County]
888-574-SPAY (7729)
541-574-9160

Apr 2013: Central Oregon Cat Alliance :: feral friendly!
"founding agencies of Bend Spay and Neuter Project, BrightSide Animal Center and the Humane Society of Central Oregon" – see separate listings for each which have long been listed on Neuter/Spay Oregon!

INACTIVE Community Animal Relief Effort (CARE)
[Lane County]
541-852-1895

Community Veterinary Clinic
Eugene Oregon [Lane County]
470 Highway 99 North
541-636-3324

Coos County Animal Control
Coos Bay Oregon [Coos County]
541-269-2312

CRAFT - Cat Rescue Adoption and Foster Team :: feral friendly!
Bend Oregon [Deschutes County]
541-389-8420 or 541-312-0054

February 2013: Crooked Tails Veterinary Clinic :: feral friendly!
Prineville Oregon
[Crook County]
541-362-8666
partnering with SNIP House (Spay Neuter Investment Project) - see listing below. SNIP's first project: free feral cat spay neuter service.

Fall 2009: Don't Delay Neuter or Spay
Myrtle Point Oregon [Coos County]

Douglas County Animal Control
(see also Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center and New Beginnings SPCA below)
Roseburg Oregon
downloadable pdf file: Spay Neuter Program Municipal Code

Douglas County Low-Cost Veterinary Services
Roseburg Oregon
541-672-3161

Eugene, City of - Spay/Neuter Clinic
Eugene Oregon [Lane County]
541-682-3643
3970 W 1st Street

Eugene Oregon and surrounding area - Veterinary Clinics [Lane County]
Listing provided by the Animal Welfare Network of Lane County (AWNLC). Signifies vets who provide low-cost spay/neuter and will spay/neuter feral cats.

2012 website currently disabled
INACTIVE? Feline Assistance Network (FAN) :: feral friendly!
[Lane County]
541-556-2809

Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon :: feral friendly!
503-797-2606
see full listing under area code 503 above

Feral Fix :: feral friendly!
Eugene and Lane County Oregon
Feral cat, Trap-neuter-return, and spay/neuter resources for Lane County.

Florence Area Humane Society
Florence Oregon [Lane County]
541-997-4277

Dissolved in 2012: Friends of Animals With Needs (FAWN) :: feral friendly!
Coquille Oregon [Coos County]

Friends of Pets of Klamath Basin :: feral friendly!
Klamath Falls Oregon [Klamath County]
541-850-0750

Greenhill Humane Society
Eugene Oregon [Lane County]
541-689-1503

Humane Society of Central Oregon
Bend Oregon [Deschutes County]
541-382-3537

Humane Society of Cottage Grove
Cottage Grove Oregon [Lane County]
541-942-3130

Humane Society of the Ochocos :: feral friendly!
Prineville Oregon [Crook County]
541-447-7178

Humane Society of Redmond - see BrightSide Animal Center above

Jetty Cats North Jetty Cats :: feral friendly!
Gold Beach Oregon [Curry County]

JoCo Spay and Neuter Fund / Josephine County Spay and Neuter Fund :: feral friendly!
Grants Pass Oregon
541-244-0685
Formed in 2009

John Day River Veterinary Clinic
John Day Oregon [Grant County]
541-932-4428
Reduced spay/neuter rates annually or occasionally, separate days for cats and dogs.

K.A.T.A. (Kitty Angel Team) Adoption, Inc.
Foster Oregon [Linn County, Benton County]
541-367-7575
e-mail: vickitty@comcast.net

Klamath Humane Society
Klamath Falls Oregon [Klamath County]
541-882-1119 Ext. 0

Lane Community College - Animal Support Committee :: feral friendly!
Eugene Oregon [Lane County]

Lane County Animal Services (LCAS)
Eugene Oregon
July 1, 2012: "Lane County Animal Services is now a program within the Lane County Parks Division. Under this new service model we offer licensing and enforcement services. We have contracted with Greenhill Humane Society to provide shelter and adoption services. If you need service regarding animal intake, lost or found reporting, adoptions, volunteer & foster, euthanasia, or disposal, please call The Shelter on 1st for those services at 541-844-1777."
See Greenhill Humane listing above.

was http://awnlc.net/vet_clinics.htm Lane County Veterinary Clinics
Eugene Oregon and surrounding area [Lane County]
2013 update: AWNLC website problems; may not return. AWNLC does publish a wonderful printed animal resources directory. Listing provided by the Animal Welfare Network of Lane County (AWNLC). Signifies vets who provide low-cost spay/neuter and will spay/neuter feral cats.

INACTIVE 2012 Lickity Snip Mobile Spay Neuter Service
[Walla Walla County Washington and Umatilla County Oregon]

Milton-Freeway Humane Society, Inc. dba Cats Galore Sanctuary :: feral friendly!
Milton-Freewater Oregon [Umatilla County OR, Walla Walla County WA]
541-938-4711

Mohawk Veterinary Hospital
Springfield Oregon [Lane County]
541-747-0780
Lower cost spay neuter clinic (opened November 2006)

Mollie Atwater and Friends Spay/Neuter Program :: feral friendly!
Baker City Oregon [Baker County]
Contact Baker City Animal Control 541-524-2014 for information on the trap-neuter-release program and see also listing for Blue Mountain Humane Society above.

Neuter Scooter INACTIVE - See listing under 503 above

New Beginnings SPCA :: feral friendly!
Roseburg Oregon [Douglas County]
541-464-4313

Oakridge, City of [Lane County]
541-782-2258
Oakridge Spay/Neuter Fund

Ontario Feral Cats :: feral friendly!
Ontario Oregon [Malheur County]
e-mail info@ontarioferalcats.org

Oregon Outback Humane Society :: feral friendly!
Lakeview, Oregon [Lake County]
541-947-5009 or email info@oregonoutbackhuuamne.org

PAWS of Curry County
Harbor Oregon [Curry County]
c/o The Cat Cove 541-412-1612 Vicki Cooley
February 2010: P.A.W.S. OF CURRY COUNTY (P.A.W.S.-CC) Protecting Animal Welfare Spay-neuter) has been formed to help reduce the overpopulation of cats in our community by offering financial assistance to animal lovers.

Pets and People
Coos Bay Oregon [Coos County]
541-269-2765

Pet Utopia
Pendleton Oregon [Umatilla County]
541-278-1253 Info@pet-utopia.org

Pioneer Humane Society - Pendleton Animal Welfare Shelter (PAWS) :: feral friendly!
Pendleton Oregon [Umatilla County and Morrow County]
541-276-0181

Planned Pethood Inc
Lagrande Oregon [Union County]
541-963-2395 or 541-562-6125

Pro-Bone-O
Eugene Oregon [Lane County]
541-607-8089
Pro-Bone-O will hold its first clinic in the CVC building on June 26, 2011: 470 Highway 99 North. Clinics were previously at St. Vincent de Paul on Highway 99.
Provides free veterinary services, food and supplies for the pets of people who are homeless in the Lane County area

Promoting Responsible Ownership of Dogs (PROD)
Hood River Oregon (Office) [Hood River County]
Underwood Washington (Mailing Address)
541-387-DOGS (3647).

Rogue Valley Humane Society or RVHS-OR.org
Grants Pass Oregon [Josephine County]
541-479-5154 Shelter

SafeHaven Humane Society
Albany Oregon [Linn County]
541-928-2789

Save the Pets [ http://www.savethepets.net ] >> Project SpayShip
Eugene Oregon [Lane County]
see listing for Project SpayShip above

SNIP House (see Spay/Neuter Investment Project below)

Snipped (see below S/Nipped (Spay and Neuter Intervention Project)

S/Nipped (Spay and Neuter Intervention Project) :: feral friendly!
North Bend Oregon [Coos County]
Spay/Neuter Clinic: 142 N. Wasson St, Empire Oregon
541-808-2377
Opened February 2011!
Email: snippedandspayed@aol.com .

South Coast Humane Society
Brookings Oregon [Curry County]
541-412-0325 and 541-412-0906

SPAY, Inc.
(website now called House Cats.) Brownsville Oregon [Linn County]
541-466-3497

Spay/Neuter Investment Project, Inc. (SNIP House) :: feral friendly!
Prineville Oregon [Crook County]
541-447-6444
Feb 2013 update: The SNIP House clinic was closed from 2008; new model opened February 2013 - see Crooked Tails listing above.

Spay/Neuter Your Pet (SNYP) :: feral friendly!
Medford Oregon [Jackson County]
541-858-3325

January 2014: Springfield TNR Project
"Residents who want to volunteer or donate cash or supplies to the Springfield TNR Project are encouraged to call 541-607-4271 or email springfieldtnrproject@yahoo.com." Register Guard > Cats King Springfield
See also
City of Springfield Animal Control Facebook page or Willamette Animal Guild WAG below.

Stop Pet Overpopulation Today (SPOT)
Eugene Oregon [Lane County]
541-485-7768
SPOT spay/neuter vouchers

Stray Cat Alliance :: feral friendly!
Eugene Oregon [Lane County]
541-607-4219
2012 INACTIVE for SPAY/NEUTER - apparently they are referring to Project Spayship under Save the Pets above

Sutherlin Oakland (Oregon) Stray Cat Action Team (SOSCAT) allied with Oakland Feral Fund :: feral friendly!
Oakland Oregon 97462 [Douglas County]
541-459-7572

The Toby Fund of Wolf Creek Oregon, Inc.
Wolf Creek Oregon [Josephine County]
541-866-2527

Umpqua Valley Humane Society
Roseburg Oregon [Douglas County]
541-672-5039

Veneta, City of :: feral friendly!
Veneta Oregon [Lane County]
541-935-2191

Wallowa County Humane Society
Enterprise Oregon
541-426-5906 or 541-432-1630

Willamette Animal Guild (WAG) :: feral friendly!
3045 Royal Avenue, Eugene Oregon [Lane County]
541-345-3566

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OREGON shelters: on-site spay/neuter clinics

[not open to the public for spay/neuter of pets unless noted* (some may in future); rather these on-site clinics do pre-adoption sterilization of shelter animals (neuter before adoption). A few may provide services for rescue and trap-neuter-return groups.]
1978: Lane County and City of Eugene (originally Tri-Agency partnership.) *Open to the public.
December 2002: Washington County Animal Services, Hillsboro
2002: Cat Adoption Team, Sherwood
October 2003: Multnomah County Animal Services, Troutdale - mobile spay/neuter trailer on-site
February 2005: Heartland Humane Society, Corvallis (Linn County.)
January 2006: Greenhill Humane Society, Eugene (Lane County.) Neuter before adoption and later began providing services to rescue and trap-neuter-return groups.
September 2006: Multnomah County Animal Services, Troutdale - on site spay/neuter clinic
January 2007: Humane Society of Redmond (Deschutes County) - on site spay/neuter suite
Announced Jan-Feb 2007: Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals (OFOSA) (Portland metro) have completed spay/neuter mobile remodel and are ready to help local rescues and shelters alter their pets before placing them for adoption
February 2007: Clatsop County Animal Shelter, Astoria. On-site surgery room for spay/neuter before adoption of shelter animals.
Opened September 2007: Oregon Humane Society, Portland (Multnomah County.) Partnering with OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. Neuter before adoption of shelter animals performed in on-site veterinary teaching hospital.
Announced February 2008: Willamette Humane Society, Salem (Marion County.) Capital campaign for on-site spay/neuter before adoption of WHS shelter animals and other animal group partners, and spay/neuter for pets of the public.
July 2009 - Work will begin September 2009 on the new high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter clinic in the shelter building. The clinic is expected to open to the public in January 2010.
Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center, Roseburg (Has contract for Douglas County Animal Control.) Began an on-site spay/neuter clinic room for neuter before adoption of shelter animals.


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[To search this webpage for area code, city and county or organization names, voucher, coupon, certificate, feral cat, feral friendly!, pitbull, bull or bully, mobile, dates such as 2013, high-volume spay/neuter clinic, and other keywords, use your browser's Edit/Find function!
Email if you don't find a location; I keep a list of the few resources that do not publicize.]

Notes:

Please realize that, although there appear to be many listings for spay/neuter assistance, there is still a great need for accessible and affordable (free or very low-cost) spay/neuter. Many of the listed resources have waiting lists and are inundated with requests; many areas do not have lower-cost spay/neuter available. Publicly funded spay/neuter is needed, the existing resources are not adequate to make a significant impact on the problem.
Learn more about companion animal homelessness, pet overpopulation, and killing of shelter animals.


Please remember -- neuter or spay assistance is for people in financial need or for animals who would not otherwise be sterilized. It is provided as a community service to help people as well as improve and save animal lives.

Although each spay/neuter counts, spay/neuter programs of most impact are targeted, accessible, high-volume, free or truly low-cost, AND proactive! Effective programs reach at-risk animals that would not otherwise get sterilized. Only a few Oregon programs approach or meet this criteria. If planning a spay/neuter project, please assess community needs, review and advise existing programs so that efforts are not duplicated.

Disclaimer: Neuter/spay programs operate with differing guidelines. Some work only with the pets of people who have low incomes, others serve only pet cats or only feral (untamed, free roaming) cats - without regard to the income level of the owner or caretaker, and others serve all kinds of people and pets. Please contact the program for current details and criteria.
If you obtain updated information on a listed program or know about other low cost or free spay/neuter programs, please contact me with the information so this resource remains timely and accurate. Listings are updated at least monthly.

Inclusion of a program or resource on this webpage does not signify recommendation or endorsement of a program or policy.



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~Barb, AnimalResources
End Homeless Animals
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