PAWS Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Program
An estimated 2 million unwanted cats and dogs are euthanized each year in the US*.
Those not taken in by rescues face extreme weather, starvation, disease, and cruelty.
This suffering and death can easily be prevented through sterilization!
PAWS in conjunction with Animal Health Clinic make affordable, quality spay/neuter services accessible to EVERYONE.
Be a hero. Pick up a voucher this weekend.
Most Saturdays 1-2 PM
CAT SPAY $55.00
CAT NEUTER $30
Small Dog: 1-25 lbs. $67.00
Medium Dog: 26-50 lbs. $70.00
Large Dog: 51-99 lbs. $78.00
X-Large Dog: Over 100 lbs. $93.00
Small Dog: 1-25 lbs. $55.00
Medium Dog: 26-50 lbs. $59.00
Large Dog: 51-99 lbs. $67.00
X-Large Dog: over 100 lbs. $67.00
Don’t have a pet that needs to be fixed but still want to help?
You can download and print our flyer for our program and share it with friends and family, or pin to a bulletin board.
S/N Flyer-PDF (for printing)
S/N Flyer-Jpeg (for sharing on social media or messaging)
*Euthanasia estimates from http://blogs.bestfriends.org
PAWS is committed to the sponsorship of healthy feral feline colonies across Bannock County.
Our tireless volunteers have helped us to conduct a broad spay/neuter and vaccination program resulting in healthy more manageable colonies.
The results are fewer sick and malnourished kittens giving them a much brighter future.
Our dedicated team is accomplished in educating, supporting and creating community partners.This partnership provides local people the resources that enable them to foster and groom their furry rescued friends.
Winter is always a challenge in Eastern Idaho’s adverse conditions and our colony custodians are our most intrepid and devoted assets collectively distributing over 100 lbs. of cat food per month as well as maintaining usable ice-free water sources and adequate shelter.
PAWS currently helps support 4 feral cat colonies throughout the area totaling over 70 animals. Each site is managed by volunteers who monitor the facilities daily to ensure the safety and well-being of the occupants.
All current resident felines have been spayed or neutered through PAWS’ sterilization program in conjunction with Animal Health Clinic of Blackfoot, adhering to our Zero Population Growth policy.
New arrivals are promptly trapped and sterilized to ensure the integrity of the project. Our colonies range in size from six to over 20 and are provided with ample food, shelter and accommodation for all residents.
Support Feral Colonies
Our success in efforts to support these projects rests entirely upon our generous contributors and public donations.
To help assure continuing support by volunteering or donating, or sponsoring one of our cat colonies, please contact us through our the channels below.
Your generosity will be received with sincere gratitude.
Our work with horses
PAWS has provided feed, bedding, medication and temporary accommodations for horses and livestock in distress across south and eastern Idaho. Winter feed and water delivery, veterinary services or animal abuse crises, PAWS responds to appeals for aid throughout the seasons with unequivocal regard for animal welfare.