Modeled after SpayAid PEI, SpayAid BC partners with veterinary hospitals to eliminate pet over-population in British Columbia by providing a spay/neuter assistance program for low income earners. Spay/neuter services are a vital part of the non-lethal solution to the stray, homeless and abandoned pet crisis.
Each partner hospital provides a 33% discount off their spay and neuter procedures, the remaining costs are split 50/50 between Paws for Hope and SpayAidBC recipient.
Applicants must provide proof of total household income.
If total household income is $20,000 or less, the procedures will be done at no cost to the recipient.
$20,000 to <$25,000 in total yearly household income with 0 dependants
$20,000 to <$30,000 in total yearly household income with 1 dependant
$20,000 to <$35,000 in total yearly household income with 2 dependants
$20,000 to <$40,000 in total yearly household income with 3 dependants
$20,000 to <$45,000 in total yearly household income with 4 dependants
$20,000 to <$50,000 in total yearly household income with 5+ dependants.'
Apply for Services
To apply for a SpayAid BC grant submit a completed Application. and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
$100 donation will sponsor one procedure.
Sechelt Animal Hospital (Sunshine Coast)
Scottsdale Veterinary Hospital (Surrey/Delta)
Guildford Animal Hospital (Surrey)
Eagle Ridge Animal and Bird Hospital (Coquitlam)
Burnaby Veterinary Hospital
Hart Family Veterinary Clinic (Prince George)
BC SPCA Hospital Vancouver
BC SPCA Hospital Penticton
Burns Lake Veterinary Clinic
Vet to Pet Mobile Service (Smithers)
Dewdney Animal Hospital (Maple Ridge)
Become a partner
If you would like your hospital to become a participating partner in the Spay Aid BC program, please contact Shawn Llewellyn, DVM at email@example.com.