Green Mountain Animal DefendersWorking to Protect the Well-Being of All Animals Since 1983
The Vermont Spay Neuter Incentive Program provides vouchers to people on many types of public assistance to have their pets spayed or neutered by a participating veternarian.
VSNIP helps lower-income Vermonters afford to have their dogs, cats, and wolf hybrids spayed or neutered. The eligible applicants get a VSNIP voucher that allows applicants to have their animals spayed or neutered at selected locations for $27 each.
VT CAN! Vermont Companion Animal Neutering
19A Bailey Meadows Road
Middlesex, VT 05602
VT CAN! offers low cost spaying and neutering to people who cannot afford to go to a full service veterinarian because they have a low income or numerous companion animals.
at Affectionately Cats
60 Commerce Street
Williston, VT 05495
VSN offers low-cost spay-neuter for cats by appointment on Wednesdays.
Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter
4473 Barton Orleans Road
Orleans, VT 05860
Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter in Orleans, Vermont hosts a feline spay/neuter clinic once to twice a month.
236 Riverside Avenue
Lunenburg, VT 05906
Riverside Rescue offers a low-cost spay and neuter service on the first Thursday of every month.
Second Chance Animal Center
P.O. Box 620
Shaftsbury, VT 05262
Runs the Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) for Bennington County and selected neighboring counties in New York.
Windham County Humane Society
916 West River Road
Brattleboro, VT 05302
The Windham County Humane Society offers low-cost spay / neuter services to residents of Windham County who cannot afford to pay standard veterinary fees.
Franklin County Animal Rescue
30 Sunset Meadow
St. Albans, VT 05478
Franklin County Animal Rescue offers low cost spay/neuter services in Northwester Vermont.
Rutland County Humane Society
765 Stevens Road
Pittsford, VT 05763
Veterinary Efforts in Giving to Animals (VETEGA Inc) was formed to collect and administer funds for animals in need of veterinary care who either do not have locatable owners, or have owners who need financial assistance for such care; and for programs to promote and support the Human-Animal Bond.