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Part of our mission is to reduce pet overpopulation by providing low-cost spay and neuter services to the Central Arkansas community.  Paws in the Clinic thanks A.A.R.F., Arkansas Animal Rescue Foundation, for the resources to assist in this vital mission.

Let's keep Kathy Reese's legacy going!
Without your help, we can't complete our mission.  As CARE expands its reach to other parts of the state, we will continue to be in need of resources.  By partnering with CARE for Animals and the Arkansas Animal Rescue Foundation (AARF), you can be part of the solution to reduce pet overpopulation in Arkansas.  Please consider donating to this vital cause today.  We also offer a monthly-donation system through our website (http://www.donate).  This way, you can rest assured that your monthly donation is going where it's needed---to the pets.  Thank you for your support of CARE for Animals!

 
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CARE Spay/Neuter Vouchers

CARE's vouchers cover part of the cost of the spay/neuter surgery and work like a coupon for sterilization services.

Spay/neuter vouchers are issued to clients who cannot afford the full price surgery for their pets.   Clients are asked to pay between $15 and $50 depending on what the client can contribute, and CARE covers the remaining cost.


Vouchers can be used at designated veterinary clinics with an appointment. CARE's goal is to reach out to needy locations in Arkansas, but we cannot cover them all.  If you area is not covered, please contact us for further assistance.

Arkansas Clinics that accept CARE's Spay/Neuter Vouchers

Search by location or county, and call to inquire about CARE's vouchers for low-cost surgery.

CARE Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinics

See above for more information.    

For low-income individuals and families.  By appointment ONLY.  These clinics are held occasionally throughout the year in different locations.

Low-income qualifications include annual individual or family income of less than $32,000 (proof: pay stub, tax return, etc. is required), or receiving government assistance (proof: SNAP benefits, Social Security, etc. is required).

Routine spay or neuter procedures are the only offered procedure.
Surgery cannot be performed on a sick animal.
Pets must be at least 4 months old.
Dogs may not exceed 60 pounds.

Email us to make an appointment: rescue@careforanimals.org

or call (501) 603-2273.

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Want to help?

Volunteer at CARE's Spay/Neuter Clinics! 

Help with processing the furry patients and comforting them during surgical recovery.

Volunteer at the CARE office to help with paperwork and data entry

 We are busy keeping our records straight, and we could use some reliable help!

If you are interested and available in either of these areas, fill out the volunteer form.

Central Arkansas Spay/Neuter Information & Resources

 

NATIONAL Spay/Neuter Information & Resources

 

 

 

Please thank these Arkansas locations for helping CARE's Spay/Neuter Effort!

 

Animal Hospital on Olive

Arkansans for Animals, Operation S.a.V.E.

Cabot Animal Services

Carnahan Animal Hospital

Companions Spay/Neuter Clinic

Humane Society of Saline County

 

 

Little Rock Animal Village

Mayflower Animal Clinic

Morrilton Veterinary Clinic

Monticello Animal Clinic

Providence Veterinary Care

Shackleford Road Veterinary Clinic

Vilonia Animal Clinic