Talking with Your Community About Spay/Neuter
The following resources will help you:
- Define more accurately the causes of pet overpopulation in your community
- Identify current barriers to spay/neuter
- Identify organizations and programs that already exist in your service area
- Communicate effectively with stakeholders in your community
- Gain community support for your spay/neuter program
Tools for Gathering Information
Finding a Spay/Neuter Solution
Step-by-step strategy for learning more about spay/neuter, and the lack of it, in your community
ASPCA Spay/Neuter Database
Who is providing low-cost spay/neuter services in your service area?
Survey of Services
Questions you can ask spay/neuter organizations in your area to get detailed information about who they serve and the volume of animals they handle
Tools for Talking Spay/Neuter
Agenda for a Community Meeting (.doc)
A sample agenda for a group conversation about spay/neuter
You are likely to be asked these questions. You can be ready with the answers.
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A Pup Named Pumpernickel is ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance’s 500,000th Patient
As of October 11, 2022, half a million animals have been spayed and neutered by the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance (ASNA). The landmark patient was a puppy named Pumpernickel.