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Due to lack of funding, we no longer offer our free spay/neuter clinics.
Please contact the other 5 organizations below in NYC that also offer either free
or low cost spay neuter.  And thanks for being a responsible pet parent by
getting your cat/dog fixed!  If you are helping feral (stray) cats/kittens to get
spayed/neutered please see link to follow:
http://www.aspca.org/Aspca-
nyc/Animal-Rescuers/trap-neuter-

ASPCA Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics Free spay/neuter, rabies and distemper
vaccination, nail trim, and e-collar on a mobile clinic in all five boroughs with proof
of public assistance..... $125 per animal if you are not on public assistance. If
you are the owner of a Pit bull, Pit mix, or large mixed breed dog, you are
eligible for free spay/neuter surgery and rabies Phone: (877) SPAY-NYC (877-
772-9692)  

The Toby Project Free spay/neuter surgeries for all cats and mixed breed dogs
in NYC. If you do not have proof of public assistance and your dog is a pure
breed, the cost is $75. Phone: (212) 799-1120     e-mail: info@tobyproject.org  

Humane Society of New York – Animal Clinic 306 East 59th Street, New York,
NY 10022 Free for pit bulls. Phone: (212) 752-4840

Operation Pit Free spay, neuter, or vasectomy surgeries to Pit Bulls and Pit Bull
mixes, along with optional free Distemper/Parvovirus vaccinations and free
microchips. Phone: (877) 900-PITS

Friends of Animals – Spay and Neuter Certificate Program Phone: 1-800-321-
7387 E-mail: info@friendsofanimals.org
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Contact us:            Ph: 212-249-9178           Address:  P.O. Box 635 NY, NY  10021         Email:  info@ua4a.org

UA4A’s first clinic opened on January
17, 2010 in the Bronx.  This was
after two years of spay/neuter
research, due diligence and fund
raising.  In addition, UA4A created a
relationship with NYCHA, who
graciously posts our spay/neuter
flyers in their apartment buildings,
which has been very targeted, low
cost and effective.  

UA4A follows JAVMA guidelines for
“MASH”-style spay/neuter clinics,
which are also endorsed by the
ASPCA.