Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance

Spay/Neuter Update

Reducing shelter intake and euthanasia means focusing on the dogs with a higher risk of homelessness or entering a government animal control facility.

Due to overwhelming demand for our services, we must prioritize in order to make the most significant impact. We ask that if you have a toy breed dog, 15 pounds or under, you contact your full service veterinary clinic for spay/neuter services.
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Welcome to the Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance

Increased Spay/Neuter = Reduced Intake and Euthanasia at local Animal Control Facility.
Dog/Cat Intake down by 68% • Dog/Cat Euthanasia Down by 84%
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The Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance Clinic in Gallatin performed 105,659 sterilization surgeries from July of 2011 through December of 2023.
Intake and euthanasia numbers were provided by Sumner County Sheriff's Office, Division of Animal Control.
*2020 and 2021 numbers were impacted by the Covid pandemic.

How You Can Help

Donate to the Assistance Fund to help cover costs for those who cannot afford even our low prices. All donations are appreciated and tax-deductible. Find out more about making a contribution.

Donate items from the Wish List.

Spay and Neuter your pets. Cats and dogs can be spayed or neutered at 3 - 4 months of age. Every litter born makes overpopulation worse.

• To schedule an appointment for your dog or cat to be spayed or neutered, call (615) 452-2233, Monday - Thursday from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Tell your friends, neighbors and coworkers to spay and neuter their pets. Send a strong message and educate those you know about spay/neuter. See 'Why Spay/Neuter?' for answers to common questions.