Help stop pet overpopulation
You have made a powerful decision to find out more about our spay and neuter clinic. Since 1973, we have offered this affordable service as a way to control the pet overpopulation problem, which nationwide sees an estimated 4 to 6 million dogs and cats euthanized every year. Our veterinary staff takes these operations very seriously.
Will you do your part to lessen pet overpopulation by spaying or neutering your pet before they have their first litter?
Thanks to grants provided by Best Friends Animal Society, PetSmart Charities, and Palm Beach County we are able to offer free TNVR and domestic cat packages in the following Palm Beach County zip codes: 33401, 33404, 33405, 33406, 33407, 33409, 33411, 33414, 33415, 33435, 33460, 33461, 33462, 33463, 33467 and 33470.
Domestic cat packages include spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine and microchip. Rabies license and tag are required by Palm Beach County Ordinance 98-22 at an additional cost.
Cats living in all other Palm Beach County zip codes are elibgible for name your own price TNVR every Monday at the League. Learn more about TNVR.
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is working hard to help end euthanasia because of pet-overpopulation. We are offering free spay/neuter surgery for owned cats in Palm Beach County on Friday, October 16th. Our goal is to spay/neuter 200 cats in a single day! We are no longer scheduling appointments for October 16th. Thank you for your support.
Thanks to a grant provided by Florida Animal Friend Inc., we are able to offer free spay and neuter packages to 375 dogs weighing 50lbs and over in the following Palm Beach County zip codes: 33409, 33415, 33460, 33461, and 33463.
Dogs undergoing free spay and neuter surgery in these zip codes will also receive a free microchip, rabies vaccination, DHLPP vaccine and e-collar.
Please remember, happy healthy pets also need their annual vaccinations. Please visit the Vaccine Clinic for more information.
The spay and neuter clinic is generously underwritten by our donors with special thanks to the Crown Family Foundation for their donation in memory of our board member Barry Crown and his beloved wife Beverly. We are also honored by the support we receive in memory of Emily Vernon from the Emily Vernon Foundation for Homeless and Neglected Animals.
Help Us Continue This Important Work
If you would like to help us by funding services to Palm Beach County residents with pets in need please contact our Development Department at 561-472-8873 or email here.