Spaying or neutering is a surgical procedure for pets to prevent unwanted litters, help pets live healthier lives, and to help control the animal population.
In place of our past voucher program, the shelter will offer low cost spay/neuter services to low income families and individuals who qualify. An application for low income assisstance can be found by clicking HERE or you may come to the shelter to ask for a paper copy in person. Once approved for services, an appointment for procedures will be made with our staff veterinarian and for a small fee, we will get your pet fixed. We also offer vaccines and microchipping at a reduced cost while your pet is with us.
Microchipping can help reunite families with their pets in the event your pet gets lost. This is a simple, non-surgical procedure with no more pain than a vaccination shot. We offer microchipping at our shelter by appointment. In addition, we often have Microchip Clinics at various times throughout the year and county. Check the Events tab on this site or our Facebook page or email us to find out about any upcoming dates!
Wellington Humane Society will microchip your pet for a fee of $25.00. This fee includes implanting the chip, and a lifetime registration.