546 N Eastern Avenue Suite 175 | Las Vegas, NV | 89101 | 702-655-4800 | [email protected]

Saving Lives - Every Day

Spay & Neuter Clinic

Heaven Can Wait Animal Society opened Nevada’s first private, nonprofit spay and neuter clinic in June 2009. The goal was to provide annual sterilization to 10,000-12,000 high-risk dogs and cats which otherwise would  have been left to continually have litters in the community. This uncontrolled birth rate can be responsible for   over than 10,000 animals a year being killed at our local shelters simply because they run out of room. 

We will never make a positive impact if we simply continue to try to adopt our way out of this problem. The only solution to reduce the number of animals which are impounded and euthanized is to reduce the birth rate.

Our spay and neuter clinic is designed to facilitate efficient, high quality spay/neuter services. The veterinarians, medical and non-medical staff were selected because they are highly specialized in sterilization services and have demonstrated the compassion and professionalism required in this unique and stressful environment.

Four days a week, Heaven Can Wait Animal Society offers low-cost and targeted no-cost spay and neuter services. At the time of surgery low-cost vaccines are also available for an additional fee.

Eligibility is determined using several factors, including the breed of the animal and the financial situation of the owner. If you are interested in scheduling an appointment or talking with one of our appointment schedulers, please call our scheduling line at (702) 655-4800.

Additional Services

Ground Zero

This program targets spay and neuter in low-income areas of the Las Vegas valley where pet overpopulation is at its worst. Many residents cannot afford the fees charged by a traditional veterinary clinic, so they do not have their animals spayed, neutered, or vaccinated. 

It's the Pits

Heaven Can Wait Animal Society provides assistance in spay/neuter efforts of pit bull mix breeds. This is the key to overcoming the large number of pitbulls euthanized every day in local shelters. By providing a discounted fee, residents are not forced to make the choice of putting food on the table or fixing their pets.

Chihuahuas

We assist in the spay and neuter efforts of Chihuahuas, because the sheer number of this breed is extremely  high in this area. The goal here is to help overcome the large number euthanized at local shelters, simply because there are not enough homes. This provides the pet owner the ability to have their pet spayed/neutered and vaccinated.

Feral Cats (Free Roaming Cats also often called Community Cats)

The offspring of cats, left behind by owners to live on their own, become feral. They live in colonies all over Las Vegas and breed at uncontrollable rates. Their lives are often filled with hunger, pain, and misery. Once the feral cats are sterilized, the fighting over females, food and territory subsides for the males and the females' stress is reduced which allows them to put on much needed weight. Thus their population numbers are decreased immediately. A female cat can breed at alarming rates. This process is often called Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR)    is the only effective way to reduce the feral or free roaming cat population.                                                                

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