Providing low-cost surgeries to qualified limited-income, full-time residents of Truckee, Sierra County, Eastern Placer County or Eastern Nevada County. (Sierra County residents can use Plumas Veterinary Services in Beckwourth if unable to transport pets to Truckee.)
The Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe and the Town of Truckee Animal Services have combined forces to provide a low-cost Community Spay and Neuter Program. Through this program, local residents who require financial assistance can obtain low-cost spay or neuter surgeries for their dogs and cats at our public animal shelter.*
In addition, our Community Spay/Neuter Program offers FREE spay and neuter services to local Pitbulls and Chihuahuas, and we welcome US military to spay/neuter their dog or cat FREE of charge, with a valid military ID or proof of service.
CSN surgery appointments are scheduled every Tuesday and one Thursday per month and are performed by HSTT's Vet, Dr. Mike Ryan, DVM. Our public animal shelter is located at 10961 Stevens Lane in Truckee.
These spots fill up quickly so there will be a wait. PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY. If your pet is in heat or pregnant, the additional costs associated with the surgery will be the owner's responsibility. Please speak with our veterinarian about these fees and your options.
Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet?
Spayed or neutered dogs and cats help prevent unwanted puppies and kittens, which may become future homeless animals.
Also, spayed or neutered dogs and cats...
- Make better companions.
- Are less likely to roam.
- Have reduced risk of certain illnesses.
- Pet pregnancy, birthing, and raising litters is expensive.
How to apply:
**Because the program’s funds are limited, we ask that only pet owners who cannot afford the surgery without assistance use the voucher. Residents of Sierra County can have their CSN surgeries completed at Plumas Vet in Beckwourth if unable to transport their pet to Truckee.
Fill out and submit an online application. We will call you to schedule an appointment and accept payment of fees.
Or, download the Spay and Neuter Application Form and return it to HSTT with payment by mail or in person.
Active and retired US military may download the Spay/Neuter Application form HERE for more information and instructions.
Pit Bull and Chihuahua owners may learn more about our FREE clinic requirements HERE.
For questions or more information about HSTT's Community Spay/Neuter Programs, please contact Kara at 530.582.2463 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We wish to thank The BISSELL Pet Foundation for helping us fund this valuable program.