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F.A.S. Community Spay and Neuter Events and Specials

PLEASE READ EACH FLIER THOROUGHLY FOR BOOKING INFORMATION! Specials are individually hosted by different clinics.

Low-Cost Clinics in Maricopa County - Available to all residents

85009 and 85041 Residents:

Maricopa County Animal Care & Control's Pet Help S/N Program

To book your pet's appointment - please contact Pet Help, directly, at the phone number or email listed on the flyer.
 

A no-show or cancellation within 24 hours may result in declined future assistance.

MCACC's direct webpage for more information:      Click Here

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FIX.ADOPT.SAVE. (FAS) - SPECIALS - SPAY & NEUTER ASSISTANCE - Guidelines

  • FAS funded specials are not to be used by breeders, rescue groups or for feral/free-roaming/community/stray cats; including pets in transition of homes, pets going into a rescue, pets recently adopted, or in foster care.

    • Please contact the rescue organizations you are working with for their pet's veterinary care and s/n needs. Rescue organizations have access to "rescue rates" and discounts with many veterinary clinics across the state.
       

  • Recently adopted pets from a shelter/rescue group do not qualify- please contact the shelter/rescue organization you adopted your pet from for these services. Please see Arizona Revised Statutes regarding a shelter/rescue group's responsibilities.

  • If you are seeking to surrender your pet and have been asked to fix your pet first- please contact a low-cost clinic for pricing or speak with the rescue group about your urgency to surrender your pet. Many rescue groups have partnerships with clinics across the Valley for discounts and may recoup the cost through adoption fees.

  • FAS funded specials and FAS Vouchers are for those in true need of financial assistance.

    • Funding provided to Fix.Adopt.Save. is intended to assist the general public with their pet's spay/neuter needs. By assisting the general public (where the pets come from), we aim to - keep pets in their homes, avoid accidental litters, roaming to find mates, and provide a healthier life for their pets.  All outcomes that decrease the number of pets entering the shelter/rescue system.
       

  • 2 pets per household, per year through FAS funding. 

    • If you have a litter, including the momma dog/cat, please advise the veterinary staff when making your appointment; the entire litter (with mom) will be assisted. Special circumstances may qualify for additional assistance of more than 2 pets.  
       

  • FAS Funded programs are for Maricopa County residents, only.

  • FAS S/N Voucher Program:

    • FAS Voucher program assistance is geared toward those in true need of financial assistance. If low-cost options remain unaffordable - we welcome you to request assistance - FAS-FA REQUEST FORM

    • The same guidelines as above, apply. Further information is on the request form page.

    • Assistance/vouchers are NOT guaranteed; dependent upon funding and guidelines.

    • Spay/neuter surgeries are performed by specific, participating veterinarians. A list will not be provided prior to receipt of the voucher in the mail.

    • Vouchers are mailed. Why?- To avoid duplication and proper management of grant funds, vouchers will not be emailed.

    • Appointments for subsidized assistance are being booked for approx. 4+ weeks out; therefore, if you have a voucher - book your appointment ASAP (even if past the date...the clinics may accept them IF you call them before the expiration date).

    • Extensions will not be granted for last-minute bookings, no-shows or cancellations.

    • Vouchers NOT USED on time, will not be re-issued (this is the same as an extension)- Funds are tied to grants, goals and timelines. Unused vouchers go to others in need, immediately, until funds run out.
       

  • Assistance is made possible by grants from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust and Maricopa County.

PLEASE READ EACH FLIER THOROUGHLY FOR BOOKING INFORMATION! Services are provided by different clinics.

  • Due to the increased amount of no-shows and last-minute cancellations- many of our partner veterinary clinics are now requiring non-refundable deposits to minimize the loss of space during these specials.

  • Do not email your request for an appointment to FAS; this will delay your assistance by the veterinary medical providers, as you will be instructed to call the phone number on the flyer.

  • Please be patient and kind when making your appointment. Thank you.

 

Complete details are listed on each flyer, including -  Animal age/weight restrictions, requirements for participation, location and date of the event, post-surgery requirements, the non-refundable deposit amount, and the phone number to call to book your pet's appointment.

Fix.Adopt.Save. funded services are noted on each flyer - Spay/Neuter and core vaccinations* (vaccinations dependent upon funding).

FAS Funded programs/specials are for Maricopa County residents, only.

N. PHX area -
JANUARY 2024
FIX.ADOPT.SAVE. Special

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  • FAS funded specials are not to be used by breeders, rescue groups or for feral/free-roaming/community/stray cats; including pets in transition of homes, pets going into a rescue, pets recently adopted, or in foster care.

    • Please contact the rescue organizations you are working with for their pet's veterinary care and s/n needs. Rescue organizations have access to "rescue rates" and discounts with many veterinary clinics across the state.

 

  • FIX.ADOPT.SAVE. DOES NOT PARTNER WITH ANY RESCUE GROUPS TO SPAY/NEUTER THEIR ADOPTED PETS!

    • WE RECEIVE NO FUNDING FROM RESCUES OR SHELTERS.

    • OUR FUNDER'S SUPPORT IS TO HELP THE GENERAL COMMUNITY BY PREVENTING PETS FROM ENTERING SHELTERS/RESCUES. Thank You.
       

  • Recently adopted pets from a shelter/rescue group do not qualify- please contact the shelter/rescue organization you adopted your pet from for these services. Please see Arizona Revised Statutes regarding a shelter/rescue group's responsibilities.

We thank you for your part in helping our shelters and communities!

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