Pasado's Safehaven Spay and Neuter Station
TUESDAY, MARCH 12TH
NOTE: No sick animals can be brought
to the Spay Station. Please take them to your local vet and get them
healthy before you bring them for Spay or Neuter surgery. We
have a responsibility to every animal who boards our facility, and
cross-contamination from canine or feline diseases or sicknesses is
a threat to all who use our services…including your own pets.
Steps to fixing your pet… (Please read before visiting
the Spay Station):
1. DO NOT GIVE FOOD OR WATER AFTER 10PM THE NIGHT BEFORE
UNLESS UNDER 5 LBS.
2. ARRIVE AT OUR LOCATION AT 6:45AM. Our location changes
so see the calendar below.
3. Animal information and WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING:
- Dogs: must be at least 4 months old &
arrive wearing a well-fitting collar and be on a leash. No dogs
over 70lbs, due to space limitations.
- Cats: must be at least 2 lbs and arrive in
their own secure carrier or box (PLEASE…one cat/per carrier).
Carrier MUST be in good working condition, and able to securely
contain the animal. If a cat escapes a carrier/box, we cannot
be held responsible. Cats who arrive in humane live traps need
to go home in a secure carrier, not a trap.
- ALL PETS: Please bring, TWO BATH TOWELS PER PET.
They will be returned at pick-up.You may bring your pets’
medical records if you have them. Blood work is recommended for
pets over five years of age, and required for
pets eight years or older. Please bring in a result no more than
two weeks old.
- CASH AND/OR PROOF OF PUBLIC ASSISTANCE W/PHOTO ID:
- Surgery is free with photo ID and proof of public
assistance (award letters or current paperwork will suffice
for verification) SSD/SSI, Food Stamps, Major VA
Disability, WIC, Section 8, Housing, TANF, Medicaid,
unemployment, Social Security, or other state/federal public
assistance). Call 877-501-2233 for letter of verification
from DSHS if you do not have one.
- CASH IS REQUIRED FOR ALL SERVICES AT CHECK-IN.
Additional services are provided for a low fee (see below).
We strongly recommend purchasing pain control and an
e-collar for your animal’s well-being.
4. INTAKE AT 7AM: Pregnant, in-heat,
feral cats and pets of low-income WILL take top priority.
Due to space limitations we CANNOT GUARANTEE YOUR PET WILL BE
ACCEPTED that day. PLEASE LEAVE YOUR ANIMALS IN THE CAR until
paperwork is filled out and coordinator tells you to get your pet.
5. PICK-UP: Check-out time
is announced when pets are loaded during intake at 7AM. Someone else
can pick up your pet(s) for you but you can’t ask
for an earlier/later time for pickup.
Services-All services are CASH ONLY, at time of drop off.
*The Spay Station does not have credit or debit
services and does not accept checks.
*FREE with proof of public assistance program.
Vaccines-Available ONLY in combination with spay or
Tape/round worm meds-$5*
Ear mite treatment-$5*
Cardboard cat carrier-$5
E-collar (cone)-$5 RECOMMENDED
Take home pain medication is available ONLY to animals
spayed/neutered that day-$5 RECOMMENDED
*Through a generous grant from the Gary E. Milgard Family
Foundation, we are now able to offer spay/neuter surgery, vaccines,
de-wormers, earmite and flea treatments to our clients who are on
public assistance, for FREE!