Spay/Neuter

Should I spay or neuter my pet?
By spaying or neutering your pet, owners can help decrease the number of companion animals, especially cats, that are homeless and abandoned each year. Altered pets are also healthier and have fewer behavioral problems.  

What are my options for spay or neuter surgery?
If you would like more information about spaying or neutering your pet, you can discuss the decision with your veterinarian and contact the MDAWA members listed below. Please contact the MDAWA member for detailed spay/neuter information before visiting the shelter. Many shelters hold off-site spay/neuter clinics or provide a calendar of spay/neuter days at the shelter. 

Click here to read the benefits of spay/neuter from 
the American Veterinary Medical Association


MDAWA Members Providing Spay/Neuter Services:

Cat Care Society
303.239.9680

Denver Animal Shelter
720.337.1800

Dumb Friends League
303.751.5772

The Feline Fix
303.202.3516

Foothills Animal Shelter
303.278.7575

Humane Society of Boulder Valley
303.442.4030

Humane Society of the South Platte Valley
303.703.2938

PetAid Animal Hospital
303.722.5800 ext. 525

Spay Today
303.984.7729