We encourage everyone to alter their pets to reduce the number of unwanted animals in kill shelters.

These were just SOME of the puppies from an unwanted litter we rescued in 2015

Whether you’ve already adopted a pet,  or planning to add one your family, one of the most important health decisions you’ll make is to spay or neuter your dog. Remember, cute as they are, puppies turn into dogs… About 2.4 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs – about one every 13 seconds – are put down in U.S. shelters each year. Often these animals are the offspring of cherished family pets. Spaying and neutering is a proven way to reduce pet overpopulation, ensuring that every pet has a family to love them. A solution is possible and starts with each of us taking one small step: getting our own pets spayed or neutered.

“No-Birth Is the First Step to No-Kill”SNAP – www.snapus.org


There are many low-cost and mobile Spay/Neuter clinics in the San Antonio region:

– Brooks Spay/Neuter Clinic – https://sahumane.org/spay-a-neuter  – San Antonio  210-963-7150

– Hill Country Animal League – http://www.hcaltx.org  – Boerne  830-249-2341

– San Antonio Humane Society – https://sahumane.org/spay-a-neuter  – San Antonio  210-226-7461

– SNAP –  www.snapus.org – San Antonio  210-673-7722


 Here are some resources to help you make an informed decision