Pierce County Washington has a problems with too many pets reproducing at will. People with low income can get assistance with spay and neutering services through Pasado’s Safe Haven, a pro animal, anti-cruelty non-profit.
Pasado’s provides services for investigation and rescue, homeless pets, sanctuary and outreach.
If you are low income, you may qualify for free services. More information is available at this link. Details and reservations are made that way.
Pasado’s “Spay Station #2” is currently located in the Pierce County area, but you do not have to be a Pierce County resident to qualify. This service is made possible by Pasado’s Safe Haven and a generous Family Foundation. ThieSpay Station is mobile.
Today, December 18, 2015, they are in Spanaway, but all times are booked.
Pierce County Spay Station- Tacoma