Spay Neuter

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On June 8, our clinic began limited and targeted spay/neuter surgeries. We are not yet scheduling from the general public. Please click here for our phasing of spay/neuter surgeries.

At FACE, we firmly believe that spay/neuter is critical to the well-being of animals and communities. With COVID-19 threatening the well-being of people, we must take precautions to ensure the safety of all so spay/neuter can come back stronger than ever after the pandemic. We must prioritize human healthcare.

Learn more:

Open Letter from Dr. Julie Levy: Why We Must Suspend S/N Now

ASPCA Statement Concerning Spay and Neuter of Shelter Animals During the COVID-19 Crisis


Your choice  to spay or neuter your pet is an important one and it may be the single best decision you make for your pet’s long-term welfare.

There are an estimated 6-8 million homeless animals surrendered or collected and brought to animal shelters every year. Only half of the adoptable animals are adopted to homes and the rest are euthanized. There simply are too many pets for the number of homes available. The pets surrendered to shelters are not what many people would consider homeless “street” animals. They are puppies and kittens of loved  family pets ad many are purebreds.

Spaying and neutering isn’t just about overpopulation. Read more from the Humane Society of the United States about why you should spay or neuter your pets.  

At FACE Low-Cost Animal Clinic we believe spay/neuter is the single most effective way to cut down on pet overpopulation, curbing needless euthanasia of cats and dogs. It takes both spay/neuter,  adoption, and access to basic veterinary care to get us there. Learn more about FACE and see the impact we’ve made in Indianapolis since 1999.

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