Complete a FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE REQUEST to qualify for one of our special programs that partially pay for spay/neuter of animals owned by families and individuals meeting certain criteria. All financial assistance available through HELP Spay Neuter Clinic is only available to owned pets within our service area, which includes: Butts, Clayton, Coweta, Fayette, Heard, Henry, Lamar, Meriwether, Pike, Spalding, Troup and Upson counties.
We receive a variety of grants throughout the year, each with its own requirements. Some are based simply on breed of the pet, some are based on financial information. Some grants are even zip code or neighborhood specific. We also rely on donations to assist with families that wish to spay/neuter, but are unable to afford those services.
If you submit a request for financial assistance, it is important that we be able to reach you when funds become available. Please add our clinic number to your phone so that our call is not blocked.
Local donations fund the following needs:
Low Income provides up to 50% of the fees to spay/neuter surgery to pets whose owner receives Social Security, Disability, Food Stamps, or has low income based on the household income compared to the information provided at: 2016 Poverty Guidelines.
Temporary Hardship provides up to 50% of the fees to spay/neuter surgery to pets whose owner has recently been separated from their job, or been evicted from their home. Separation notices or notices of eviction are required for qualification.
Clara's Pitbull Fund honors sweet Clara, a pitbull rescued from Coweta County Animal Control by Newnan-Coweta Humane Society. This fund will provides up to 50% of the fees to spay/neuter to any pitbull or pitbull mix whose owner exhibits a financial need as defined by low income or temporary hardship. Each pet will be physically examined by the medical staff for characteristics of the pitbull breed in order to qualify.
Fix-A-Bull is an additional resource for spay/neuter of pitbull breed dogs. Fix-A-Bull is NOT a HELP Spay Neuter Clinic program, but is a spay/neuter assistance program ran by a generous advocate for the pitbull breed. To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If your pet is approved by Fix-A-Bull, you will receive an access code to schedule your pet's surgery at HELP Spay Neuter Clinic.
Atlanta Pitbull Networking is another resource for pitbull breed dogs. This program is NOT a HELP Spay Neuter Clinic program, so you would need to email email@example.com to apply. If approved, you would receive a voucher to be used at HELP Spay Neuter Clinic towards the cost of surgery, but you would be responsible for all vaccines and/or heartworm testing.
Canticle of the Creatures provides up to 50% of the fees to vaccinate for rabies, DHPP/FVRCP, heartworm test, combo test, deworming, or other necessary additional services for pets whose owners exhibit financial need as defined by low income or temporary financial hardship.