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ALABAMA SPAY NEUTER CLINICINCORPORATED

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Our Mission: To provide high-volume, low-cost sterilization as the only humane, sustainable solution to the overpopulation of dogs and cats in Central Alabama. To maintain the highest level of veterinary care and customer service. To address and respond to the needs of our customers and to the best of our ability, assure that our services are available to everyone.

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All of the pets on this page were fixed by Alabama Spay/Neuter!

About Us: Each year, Alabama animal shelters euthanize over 150,000 dogs and cats. Three out of four are healthy, adoptable dogs and cats waiting to be someone’s loving pet. Providing a humane, long-term solution to this tragedy was the incentive for the creation of the Alabama Spay/Neuter.

Incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in March 2007, Alabama Spay/Neuter’s Board of Directors felt that opening a facility that provided high-quality, high-volume, low-cost spay/neutering was the only sustainable way to end the overpopulation of dogs and cats in Central Alabama.

Since opening our doors in 2008, Alabama Spay/Neuter has fixed over 71,000 cats/dogs. 

Who We Serve: Alabama Spay/Neuter serves Jefferson County and those counties surrounding Jefferson County. Many customers bring their pet directly to the clinic while others utilize the clinic’s free Hip-to-Snip Express. To serve outlying areas, Alabama Spay/Neuter provides transportation to and from specific pick-up points on a regularly-scheduled basis. Click Here for our list of pick-up points in Central Alabama. 

The clinic is also at the forefront of spay/neuter programs targeting free-roaming and feral cats, as well as T-N-R (Trap-Neuter-Release) training. Click here for information on T-N-R.

Thanks to the dedication and hard work of many, Alabama Spay/Neuter continues to spay and neuter thousands of companion animals in Central Alabama.