Spaying & neutering are surgeries performed that sterilize male and female dogs and cats and prevent them from reproducing. Did you know that in 6 years, one unspayed female cat and her un-altered offspring can produce 420,000 kittens and one unspayed female dog and her un-altered offspring can produce 67,000 puppies? The answer to the pet overpopulation epidemic is spaying & neutering. It is good for you, your pet and the community.

Low-Cost Spay / Neuter Facilities in Charlotte, NC:

Health Benefits

Performing these surgeries prevent many diseases such as uterine, mammary and testicular cancer. They also prevent fighting (especially in male animals) and unwanted behaviors such as spraying and bolting/roaming.

The organizations that encompass Partnership for Pets are committed to ending the unnecessary euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals and promote the groups that offer free and low-cost services for spaying and neutering pets, including partners Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Care and Control, and the Humane Society of Charlotte. Do your part to prevent the pet overpopulation epidemic in Charlotte.

Do your part to prevent the pet overpopulation epidemic in Charlotte by spaying/neutering your pets. If you need financial assistance in addition to the low cost clinics in the area, please reach out to the following organizations that offer aid:

Spay Neuter Charlotte
Low Cost Spay Neuter and Wellness Services
Spay/Neuter Promotions

Humane Society of Charlotte
Keeping families together through our Pets for Life Program
Pets for Life Program

American Pit Bull Foundation
Assistance for bully breed owners experiencing economic distress
Helping Hands Program

Myths & Truths About Spay / Neuter

Myth: Spay or neuter surgery is painful and can harm my dog or cat.
Myth: Neutering my dog will keep him from being protective.
Myth: Neutering my male dog or cat will make him feel less like a male.
Myth: It’s better to let my pet have one litter first.
Myth: Everyone wants a cuddly kitten or puppy. I’ll find good homes for them all.
Myth: I should let my children experience the miracle of birth.
Myth: Spayed or neutered dogs and cats become overweight.
Myth: My dog or cat is too old to be spayed or neutered.
Myth: Spaying or neutering will make dogs and cats less affectionate.