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Most animal welfare experts agree: spay/neuter is the most effective method to curb the pet overpopulation problem. Buncombe County recognizes and values the positive impact spay/neuter has on eradicating pet overpopulation.
Although the Humane Alliance Spay/Neuter clinic offers extremely affordable surgery rates, some pet owners lack the financial means to have their pets spayed/neutered.
The Buncombe County Animal Shelter is able to provide a Spay/Neuter voucher that makes the cost only $20 for a cat and $35 for a dog through the Humane Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic – including a rabies shot! There are no income guidelines; you just have to be a resident of Buncombe County.
For more information on how to obtain this voucher, please call the Buncombe County Animal Shelter at (828) 250-6430.
Did You Know?
Spay/Neuter is the number one way to prevent euthanasia of homeless animals. By having your pet spayed/neutered, you are helping decrease the pet overpopulation problem. Thank you for taking this positive step and helping us save lives!