Pet overpopulation is one of the most pressing matters in the veterinary field today. Spay/neuter surgeries are part of the SPCA Florida's core mission, to humanely address overpopulation.
We offer affordable fees, and encourage pet owners to have their pets spayed or neutered at a young age to avoid the risk of accidental pregnancy. In addition, spaying and neutering will help prevent other medical conditions such as mammary tumors, perineal hernias, perianal adenomas, and will completely eliminate the risk of pyometra (uterine infection) and testicular cancer.
Puppies and kittens must weigh at least two pounds prior to surgery.
Depending on grant funds, certain areas or low-income families may have access to spay/neuter services at a reduced fee or even free.
Contact us at 863-646-7722 for more information!