Community Grant Program

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Made possible by the Animal Welfare Trust Fund Community Grant Program

 

FREE SPAY/NEUTER FOR DOGS & CATS:

  • Pinellas County residents only
  • Two pets per household
  • Must provide one of the following: CHIP, SNAP, SSD, WIC, SSI, HUD Section 8 Housing, TANF, Free Lunch Program, Medicaid, Major VA Disability
  • Canines must be 16 weeks of age to be spayed/neutered.
  • A pain injection is administered the day of surgery.
  • A Rabies vaccine is required prior to surgery.  If your dog or cat has had vaccinations at another veterinary office, please bring documentation (a county license tag is not proof of vaccination) prior to surgery.  You may also email documentation to clinic@petpalanimalshelter.com.
  • If your pet is five years of age or older, please consult with our staff.

FREE HEALTHCARE FOR DOGS & CATS:

  • Pinellas County residents only
  • Two pets per household
  • Must provide one of the following: CHIP, SNAP, SSD, WIC, SSI, HUD Section 8 Housing, TANF, Free Lunch Program, Medicaid, Major VA Disability
  • The following is provided for dogs:  basic exam, general deworming, one-year Rabies vaccination (for dogs 16 weeks or older), heartworm test (for dogs over 6 months of age), Distemper/Parvo vaccination.
  • The following is provided for cats: basic exam, general deworming, one-year Rabies vaccination (for cats 16 weeks or older), FVRCP vaccination, FELV/FIV snap test.

 

SEND AN EMAIL TO clinic@petpalanimalshelter.com TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY!

CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR SPAY/NEUTER APPOINTMENT!   

(727) 328-7729

VISIT US IN PERSON TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY!

1900 34th Street South (US 19)

St. Pete, FL 33711

Pet Pal is proud to be involved with Pinellas county’s TNVR program. The TNVR program strives to reduce the number of feral cat colonies throughout the county. An average cat has 1-8 kittens per litter and 2-3 litters per year. During her productive life, one female cat could have more than 100 kittens. A single pair of cats and their kittens can produce as many as 420,000 kittens in just 7 years. If you have a feral colony that you are aware of, please contact us. We will work with our partners to address the colony population.

 

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