Prevent a Litter Plus (PAL+)
PAL+ provides financial assistance for spay/neuter to those who can prove need. To be eligible for the PAL+ program pricing, the PAL+ application must be completed and approved before an appointment can be scheduled. Due to the high demand of this program and limited surgery spots, the average wait time before getting an animal scheduled is 1-2 months. If you are needing services sooner than this, please look at the following low cost spay/neuter options that may be able to assist you faster.
If you are unable to apply online, please call is at (970) 484-8516 ext. 5133.
¿Necesitas ayuda en español? Por favor llámenos al (970) 484-8516 ext 1146.
Applications are opened the 1st of every month. If you are unable to submit an application, try again at the beginning of the following month.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the PAL+ Program?
Do I qualify for PAL+?
How much does the PAL+ Program cost?
What is the no-show policy?
What are alternative payment options?
Why are these services crucial for your pet?
Distemper combo vaccinations are important for keeping upper respiratory viruses in check and preventing deadly diseases such as parvo and distemper.
- About 2.4 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs – about one every 13 seconds – are put down in U.S. shelters each year. Often these animals are the offspring of cherished family pets. Spay/neuter is a proven way to reduce pet overpopulation, ensuring that every pet has a family to love them.
- Pyometra is an infection of the uterus (womb). It is a common condition in female dogs that have not been spayed, and it can occur in un-spayed (intact) dogs of any age. Occasionally we see cases occurring in cats. This results in a trip to the emergency hospital, where it can cost thousands to save the animal’s life. This life threatening condition is completely preventable by spaying your pet.
- In addition, there are many behavioral and medical benefits to having your pet altered, including preventing certain forms of cancer and preventing “marking”. For more information on these benefits you can visit: www.ASPCA.org.
Where does funding for the PAL+ Program come from?
Banfield Foundation has provided grant funding specifically for veterinary medical services beyond spay/neuter. The Colorado
Pet Overpopulation Fund also has awarded
us grants that were funded through tax
check-off donations on Line 42 of the Colorado state income tax form.
A local, annual collaboration with Larimer Humane Society will help us serve even more at-risk pets.
We also receive funding from individual donors who recognize the importance of this program and keeping pets in homes. Donate Now!
Low Cost Spay/Neuter Options:
Animal Friends Alliance – Spay/Neuter Clinic
2321 E. Mulberry Street, Unit 3, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Prevent Unwanted Pets
PO Box 51
Fort Collins, CO 80522
1002 W Drake Rd Unit 101
Fort Collins, CO 80526
NoCo Spay & Neuter
602 N. 2nd Street, Bethoud, CO 80513
Longmont Humane Society
9595 Nelson Rd
Longmont CO 80502
1245 Factory Circle, Fort Lupton, CO, 80621
Pet Care Coalition
1300 S Potomac Street, Suite #116, Aurora, CO 80012
1401 Ammons St, Lakewood, CO 80214
The Feline Fix
6075 Parkway Drive, Unit 185, Commerce City, CO 80022
Denver Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at CSU Spur
1093 National Western Drive, Denver, CO 80216
United Spay Alliance
Pet Transportation Options:
Pet Elite Taxi
SAINT Volunteer Transportation
970-223-8653 (Loveland residents)
970-223-8645 (Fort Collins residents)
A Little Help (Pets Forever)
Heart and Soul ParaTransit