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    Napa Humane Society

      707-255-8118 – general
      707-252-7442 – spay/neuter clinic

      Spay/Neuter Clinic:
      3265 California Boulevard
      Napa, California 94558

      Clinic hours: Mon – Fri: 7:30am – 4:30pm

      Click here to request a spay/neuter appointment.

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    Last updated: December 11, 2016

    • Low-cost spay/neuter clinic.
    • Low-cost vaccinations.
    • Low-cost microchips.

    • Napa County, CA residents only.
    • Dogs and rabbits must be at least four months old to be spayed or neutered.
    • Kittens must weight at least two pounds to be spayed or neutered.

    • Spay/neuter assistance
    • Emergency veterinary assistance

    Mojave Desert Animal Rescue

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    Last updated: January 13, 2017

    • Assistance with:
      • Pet food,
      • Pet supplies
      • Veterinary care
    • Assistance for homeless pet owners.
    • Call for pre-packaged pet food if you are:
      • disabled,
      • homeless
      • a fixed-income senior
      • a Veteran

    To receive pet food assistance, applicants must be residents of:

    • Barstow
    • Phelan
    • Victorville
    To receive pet food assistance, applicant must be:
    • disabled,
    • homeless
    • a fixed-income senior
    • a Veteran

    Mercy Crusade

      2252 Craig Drive
      Oxnard, CA 93036

      Mon – Sat: 9:00am – 5:00pm

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    Last updated: December 9, 2016

    • Low-cost spay/neuter for cats and dogs.
    • Low-cost vaccinations for cats and dogs.
    • Low-cost deworming.
    • Low-cost microchips.
    • No extra charge for pregnant or “in-heat” females.
    • Financial assistance available.
    • By appointment only.

    • Pets must be at least 8 weeks old
    • Pets must weigh at least 2 pounds.

    Mercy Crusade does not perform spay/neuter procedures on the following animals:

    • Animals who are in poor health
    • Animals over 7 years of age
    • Animals who are obese or emaciated
    • English Bulldogs
    • Female dogs weighing more than 80 pounds
    • Females who have given birth must have already weaned her litter.
    • Male dogs weighing more than 100 pounds
    • Male dogs with both testicles that have not come down. (cryptorchid). If your dog has one testicle that has not come down, we may be able to do the surgery. If such a condition exists and the dog is accepted for surgery, additional fees will apply.

    • Free spay/neuter for pit bulls and pit bull mixes.
    • Low-cost spay/neuter for other breeds of dogs and cats.
    • Low-cost feral cat spay/neuter, vax, m/c, tests & ear tipping.
    • Low-cost veterinary services.
    • Low-cost microchips for dogs.
    • Free microchips for cats.
    • Low-cost vaccinations for cats and dogs.


    • Residents of Marin County, CA only.

    • No spay/neuter for Boston Terriers, Old English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, Japanese Chins, Pekingeses, and Pugs.

    • Spay/neuter vouchers
    • Financial assistance for emergency veterinary care (as funds allow)
    • Pet food for residents suffering from financial difficulties and for local senior citizen who are in financial difficulty or are low-income.  Pet food also available after natural disasters.
    • Disaster relief, including giving pet food, supplies, veterinary aid, and temporary sheltering for the community’s pets in the event of a natural disaster.
    • Emergency information kits are available for free and pet first aid kits are available for a $15 donation
    • Pet assisted literacy program
    • Animal assisted visitation


    Labrador Harbor

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    Last updated: December 9, 2016

    • To provide charitable funds to private citizens or non-profit rescue organizations that directly benefit the immediate physical well-being of Labrador Retrievers. These funds will help finance costs for medical intervention, surgery, after-care, hospitalization, rehabilitation, behavioral intervention, or other health related needs of the Labrador Retriever, in order to enhance quality of life, extend life expectancy, and/or prevent euthanasia due to inability to meet the costs of medical care. Upon application and approval, Labrador Harbor will disperse funds based on eligibility criteria and availability.
    • To provide appropriate referrals for health or behavioral care for Labrador Retrievers.
    •  To encourage rescue organizations to accept into their care senior (age 7 or older) or medical needs Labs for rehabilitation and re-homing, by assisting with financial aid upon application and approval of funds.
    •  To provide education and to inform the public about the responsible care and humane treatment of Labrador Retrievers.

    • Dog may be in rescue/foster, or may be privately owned in California.
    • Dog must have an official diagnosis from a licensed veterinarian.
    • Dog must be in need of medical/surgical or training intervention which the dog's guardian cannot provide due to lack of funding options. Intervention must be over and above routine care (defined as vaccinations, basic obedience, spay/neuter, shelter).
    • If the dog is in rescue, the intervention will increase the adoptability of the dog.
    • Funding is determined by need and total cost of intervention, and verification of such through communication with treating veterinarian/trainer is required. All treatment options must be considered and Labrador Harbor may require a second opinion.
    • Dog must be spayed/neutered prior to receiving funds, or provide written documentation from the treating veterinarian and guardian that health doesn't permit, but the dog will be spayed/neutered as soon as his/her health permits.
    • Applicant must provide a photo of the Lab, and agree to allow Labrador Harbor to use photo and follow-up information on the Labrador Harbor web site.
    • Emergency funds may be released at the discretion of the Labrador Harbor Board of Directors.
    • If funds are being requested after an intervention has been completed and paid for, applicant must provide written documentation from the treating veterinarian that treatment was of an urgent nature, and delaying treatment would have endangered or caused significant discomfort to the Lab.
    • Please note that Labrador Harbor funding policies require that your Labrador have an official diagnosis from a licensed veterinarian. Labrador Harbor cannot, at this time, cover costs involved in symptom diagnosis.
    • Funding requests will require proof of financial need and will not be approved for rescue groups with over a set bank balance, determined by the Labrador Harbor Board. Labrador Harbor restricts the dollar amount that any one group may receive in a calendar year. These balances and limits remain undisclosed, as Labrador Harbor encourages rescue organizations to be selective in their applications, and to aggressively raise funds on their own.•  Special consideration will be made for rescue groups that rehabilitate and re-home a high percentage of senior (over age 8) and medical needs dogs.

    Society for California Veterinary & Vaccine Care

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    Last updated: December 6, 2016

    Mobile veterinary clinic offering:

    • Low-cost or free*  spay/neuter for cats & dogs.
    • Low-cost or free microchipping.
    • Low-cost or free vaccinations.
    • Low-cost or free dental cleanings, ear flushing, nail trims, anal gland expression, some blood tests, abscess or laceration repair, mass removal, skin and ear infection treatment.

    * Free services for qualifying applicants only when funds are available.



    Clinic goes to:

    • Alhambra, CA
    • Azusa, CA
    • Compton, CA
    • Hawaiian Gardens, CA
    • Huntington Park, CA
    • Laguna Beach, CA
    • La Mirada, CA
    • La Puente, CA
    • Lynwood, CA
    • Orange, CA
    • Rosemead, CA
    • Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
    • Santa Ana
    • Whittier, CA

    Mercy Pet Hospital
      Citrus Heights
      6418 Tupelo Dr.
      Citrus Heights, CA 95621

      Mon – Fri: 9am – 11:30am and 1pm – 5pm

      Sat – Sun: 9am – 11:30am and 1pm – 4pm

      Fair Oaks
      5227 Hazel Avenue
      Fair Oaks, CA 95628

      Mon – Fri: 9am – 11:30am and 1pm – 5pm

      Sat : 9am – 11:30am and 1pm – 4pm

      Sun: Closed

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    Last updated: December 4, 2016

    • Low-cost veterinary clinic for household pets.
    • Dogs, cats, reptiles, birds and pocket pets.
    • Same-day appointments
    • Walk-in for vaccines

    • Financial assistance for the treatment of seriously ill pets belonging to qualified low-income senior citizens and disabled residents of Lake County, CA.
    • Pets must be patients of Clearlake Veterinary Clinic.

    • Pet has been diagnosed as seriously ill.
    • Prognosis is favorable.
    • Applicant must be low-income.
    • Pet must be a patient of Clearlake Veterinary Clinic.

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