Free Spay Or Neuter For Pit Bulls & Mixes

Pit 300x300 Free Spay Or Neuter For Pit Bulls & MixesFree Spay or Neuter for Pit Bulls & Pit Bull Mixes.
Dog must reside in zip codes 77093 or 77039.
For vouchers and appointments contact HCPHES Veterinary Public Health at 281.999.4714 or email fcunningham@hcphes.org.
Voucher may be redeemed for spay-neuter at the SNAP Houston surgery clinic or mobile clinic.
Government assistance is not required.

10 Responses to Free Spay Or Neuter For Pit Bulls & Mixes

  1. Deogi Dog Daycare, Spa & Resort

    April 2, 2010 at 6:14 pm

    Props to Harris County. This is a fabulous idea!!

  2. jojo

    June 15, 2010 at 10:54 am

    i think its cruel and demeaning to animals!!! you shouldnt make animals do that!!! STUPID STUPID STUPID!!!

  3. mmantor

    June 17, 2010 at 12:05 pm

    Is it better to euthanize them because there are not enough homes for the animals born? There are approximately 80,000 healthy animals killed each year in Houston due to overpopulation. I personally believe spay/neuter is more humane than killing the animal. And, it’s proven to prevent certain cancers and disease and they will live longer and healthier.

  4. Lili

    September 4, 2010 at 12:57 pm

    I wish this was more widespread- Phoenix does it citywide for all pits and pit mixes. I have a foster pit that if I cannot find an affordable spay will likely turn out to be pregnant (was picked up stray). Tell me that all the pups will go to responsible pet owners no matter how hard we try?

  5. jessica

    November 4, 2010 at 8:53 pm

    Pitts are the best I couldn’t live with out mine
    Durango he is a daddy now (not my idea it happend before we took him to be nutered) and the pupps are getting very responsible homes THEY LOOK LIKE THERE DADDY!!!!!

  6. patrick johnson

    April 20, 2011 at 1:08 pm

    we love dogs

  7. Vwk

    October 12, 2011 at 3:16 pm

    Good idea! Thanks

  8. Wendy

    February 18, 2012 at 8:54 am

    Good idea in theory, however why just limit it to TWO zipcodes? Are those the ONLY zipcodes that have pitbulls living in them? ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS I THINK!!!!! C’mon Harris County…what about the people who WANT AND ARE REALLY TRYING TO BE RESPONSIBLE DOG OWNERS but cant afford the outragous and blown out of proportion vet bills???!!!

  9. Vic

    March 3, 2012 at 9:04 pm

    To Wendy, no offense, but if people can’t afford to take care of the pet, don’t get one. People often fall in love with the idea of owning a pet and don’t think the entire process through. It is expensive to own a pet, believe me, I know. We have 4 dogs, all neutered or spayed. All eating quality food, all on heart worm and flea prevention. It gets quite spendy when we have to take them in, even for their yearly exams. Recently our Jack Russel ate a Sego Palm nut. After two days in the vet’s office and $900.00 dollars later, she has bounced back. Check around, there are other alternatives for vaccinations. I’ll bet if you Googled “Pet Vaccination Services Houston” you will run across something.

  10. SAVYLACE

    April 13, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    I WOULD LIKE TO BRING THE WHITE PIT TO MY HOUSE HERE IN CALIFORNIA

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