Sponsored by the IRS Tax Exempt Soggy Bottom Foundation, please support GetFixed.Org. Launching in 2018 with national fundraising and infrastructure build-out. Program implementation beginning in 2019. Phase One Goal: Providing 285,000 FREE surgeries outsourced from our 57 flagship cities. Quality medical care including pain medication. No means testing. No restrictions. No out of pocket costs for you or participating Veterinarian.

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Pick A Major USA City Near You

First, go to and select our request form. Scan & pick the big city near you.

Select A Vet

Then, select a participating vet near you or request your own vet to join our program.

Submit a Request

Then, fill-out our short information form. Click Submit to receive e-confirmation.


Then, let our fast e-notification & e-payment system do the rest!

Why Spay & Neuter?

Straight talk! The single most important thing that we can do to save cats and dogs from suffering and death that their overpopulation causes is to spay and neuter them. Spaying and neutering are routine, affordable surgeries that can prevent thousands of animals from being born, only to suffer and struggle to survive on the streets, or be euthanized in animal shelters for lack of a loving home.

Spaying and neutering makes a major difference: According to documented research, just one unaltered female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 puppies in only six years. In seven years, one female cat and her offspring can produce an incredible 370,000 kittens!

Furthermore, sterilized animals live longer and happier lives. Spaying eliminates the stress and discomfort that females endure during heat periods, eliminates the risk of uterine cancer, and greatly reduces the risk of mammary cancer. Neutering makes males far less likely to roam or fight, prevents testicular cancer, and reduces the risk of prostate cancer. Altered animals are less likely to contract deadly, contagious diseases, such as feline AIDS and feline leukemia that are spread through bodily fluids.

Communities across the USA spend millions of taxpayer dollars each year coping with problems that a failure to spay and neuter causes. The one-time cost of spaying or neutering is far lower than the expense involved in rounding up strays, feeding and housing abandoned animals, and euthanizing those for whom homes can’t be found.

And now, there is NO EXCUSE not to Spay & Neuter domesticated or feral dogs and cats as launches in 2018, our no-cost program.

When to Spay or Neuter

  • For dogs: While the traditional age for neutering is six to nine months, puppies as young as eight weeks old can be neutered as long as they’re healthy. Dogs can be neutered as adults as well, although there’s a slightly higher risk of post-operative complications in older dogs, dogs that are overweight or dogs that have health problems.
  • For cats: It is generally considered safe for kittens as young as eight weeks old to be spayed or neutered. In animal shelters, surgery is often performed at this time so that kittens can be sterilized prior to adoption. In an effort to avoid the start of urine spraying and eliminate the chance for pregnancy, it’s advisable to schedule the surgery before your own cat reaches five months of age. It’s possible to spay a female cat while she’s in heat.