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October 11-12 Wind River Reservation (for members of the Shoshone Tribe only) To make an appointment please call 307-872-0570


 To date we have held 33 clinics and performed over 3,338 surgeries!

 Upcoming Clinics: 2013

Month Location
April 5-6  Green River
 May 3-4


May 31- June 1  Wind River Reservation
 June 14-15

 Lyman - to make an appointment please call the Lyman Police Department at 307-787-6500

 October 11-12  Wind River Reservation (for members of the Shoshone Tribe only)
 November 8-9  Casper

Past Clinics:




2013 March Star Valley- 51 animals!    
2012 December Rock Springs-130 animals!    
2012 November Rawlins- 90 animals    
2012 September Casper- 167 animals!    
2012 August Green River - 102 animals!    
2012 June Lander Indian Res. 216    
2012 May Gilette    
2012 April Rawlins  
2012 March Star Valley
2012 February Casper
2011 December Rock Springs
2011 October Wind River Indian Reservation
2011 September Casper


2011 May Riverton
2011 March Casper
2011 January Star Valley


Rock Springs
2010 November Star Valley
2010 September Casper
2010 February Star Valley
2010 March Jackson
2010 April Casper
2010 May Lander
2010 July Worland
2009   Lander
2009   Casper
2009   Rock Springs
2009   Star Valley


 The Animal Adoption Center’s beloved board member, Dr. Heather Carleton, began our low-cost mobile spay and neuter clinic in July, 2009. 

This program directly relates to our mission of saving homeless animals by preventing animals from becoming homeless in the first place by reducing numbers.
About the Program:


 First, the all important issue...exactly how low-cost is it? Pretty low!

Cat Neuter-$15
Cat Spay-$35
Dog Neuter-$40
Dog Spay-$50


Who is eligible?


-The program is aimed at Wyoming residents unable to afford private veterinary services to alter their pet.
-Cats, dogs, kittens, and puppies, must be over the age of 8 weeks, and weigh more than 2 pounds.  Feral cats from managed colonies are welcome.
How does it work?
Appointments are made on a first come, first served basis.  We will give you instructions on the day, time and location to bring your pet.  The clinics generally start early in the morning and last all day, and they are always held at safe and convenient locations.

-We will remind you at this time that your pet should not be given any food after midnight the night before surgery.  Water is OK.

-When you arrive with your pet, you will find our veterinarian and her assistants waiting for you.  Other licensed veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and animal-lovers from your community, who have kindly volunteered their time, will also be there to ensure that your pet is safe and comfortable. If you are interested in volunteering in your area, please contact us.

-Your pet will receive a brief physical exam to ensure that he or she is healthy for surgery.  Assuming he is, your pet will then be kept safely in a crate until it is time for his surgery, and then will be given a quiet place to rest and recover while receiving attention and care from our volunteers.

-You will be able to come back in the late afternoon to pick up your newly altered pet, at which time you will be given instructions on how to care for your pet while they recover.  Any other medical conditions noted during the physical exam or surgery will be pointed out to you, and a visit to a local vet clinic will be encouraged if necessary.

The Spay/Neuter Wyoming Program is offering vouchers for Rock Springs and Green River Wyoming residents who make a household income below $30,000/year. The cost of the vouchers are:

$60 dog spay

$50 dog neuter

$35 cat spay

$15 cat neuter

The vouchers will cover the entire cost of the surgery.

Vouchers must be redeemed at Sweetwater Veterinary Services in Rock Springs,Wyoming and are available on a first come, first serve basis

To apply for a voucher and to make a surgery appointment for your animal, please call Sweetwater Veterinary Services at 307-362-5242. You will be asked to bring your 2012 tax statement (or W-9 form) with you when you bring your animal in for surgery.

Top 5 reasons to Spay/Neuter:
5. Lower vet bills.
4.  Pets less apt to roam away from home and be lost, injured, or killed.
3.  No unwanted litters.
2.  Fewer homeless animals living in shelters.
1.  You will be helping to prevent pet over-population.