Spay / Neuter

If you have a limited income and need financial help with spaying or neutering your pet, Olympic Mountain Pet Pals will provide assistance as long as funds are available. Download, print, and complete a Spay/Neuter Request Form.

Or complete the form on-line: On-line Spay/Neuter Application

To request assistance, please contact:

Pam Gray
533 21st
Port Townsend, WA 98368
360-385-7263

The vets and staff at Hadlock Veterinary Clinic, Chimacum Valley Veterinary Hospital, and Oak Bay Animal Hospital perform all of our low-income and feral cat program spay/neuters at a cost which barely covers their services. We really couldn’t continue these programs without their generosity and dedication.

Dr. Virginia Johnson
of Hadlock Veterinary Clinic

Dr. Cindy Alexander
of Hadlock Veterinary Clinic

Dr. Melissa Steinmetz
of Hadlock Veterinary Clinic

Dr. Rachel Strohmeyer
of Hadlock Veterinary Clinic

Dr. Corrine Fry
of Hadlock Veterinary Clinic

Dr. Jeff Highbarger of
Chimacum Valley Veterinary Hospital

Dr. Madelyn Curll
of Oak Bay Animal Hospital

Vital Statistics

Cats spayed/neutered: Dogs spayed/neutered:
2016: 186
2015: 169
2014: 200
2013: 193
2012: 171
2011: 199
2010: 176
2009: 185
2008: 172
2007: 157
2006: 184
2005: 238
2004: 263
2003: 238
2002: 174
2016: 116
2015: 141
2014: 128
2013: 141
2012: 148
2011: 156
2010: 129
2009: 139
2008: 111
2007: 77
2006: 73
2005: 90
2004: 106
2003: 101
2002: 153
Total: 2905 Total: 1809