At Animal Friends, we know that spay and neuter programs are the only way to proactively relieve the pet overpopulation problem. In Allegheny County alone, conservative estimates show that 20,000 homeless animals are euthanized every year. The problem is simple: there are too many pets and not enough homes.
Animal Friends offers low-cost spay/neuter and vaccine services to ensure that all families can afford to keep their pets healthy. Using conservative "multipliers" to estimate the number of offspring that would have been born in the absence of any spaying and neutering efforts, Animal Friends' low-cost spay and neuter program has prevented the births of more than 2.5 million unwanted kittens and puppies since 1993.
Through the following links you will find information about what services we offer, pricing, and how to get your animal scheduled with us, as well as other information about the benefits of spay and neuter. You can also call and speak with a LCSN Program Assistant weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at 412.847.7004. Because we offer low cost services, we can receive around 100 calls a day. Please leave a message if you are unable to reach a Program Assistant and your call will be returned as soon as possible. We thank you for your patience and understanding!
Save a life: Sponsor a Spay!
Research shows that a single spay surgery can save 55 unwanted animals from being born. Those are 55 animals who won't wait in a shelter or worse. The only proactive way to reduce and eliminate pet over-population is through spay and neuter. Save lives today. Click here to sponsor a spay.