Spay/Neuter Program Information

Community Spay/Neuter Program

Circle of Friends Animal Society is committed to reducing pet overpopulation. We understand that the cost of a spay/neuter procedure may be too much for some pet owners.  

We believe that no family should be required to make difficult pet ownership decisions due to cost issues. We are happy to assist pet owners in Greene and Putnam Counties with the spay/neuter process. Income qualification is required. The procedure is performed by Durham Veterinary Clinic in a timeframe that fits your schedule.

For more information, call (706) 688-9010. This line is voicemail only, so please leave your name and contact number. One of our volunteers will return your call.

Mobile Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program

Circle of Friends Animal Society has joined with S.A.F.E. (Saving Animals from Euthanasia) to provide a low cost spay/neuter option. The S.A.F.E. Mobile Unit will periodically visit the Putnam County area to offer spay/neuter services.

Circle of Friends has committed to subsidizing the spay/neuter fees to reduce the cost to pet owners. While this program does not have income or residency requirements, space is very limited.

Please check with the S.A.F.E. website, www.nolitters.org, to see their schedule or call the Circle of Friends Spay/Neuter line, (706) 688-9010, for current information on the Putnam County schedule.

Site support provided by Putnam County Animal Services

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program

Circle of Friends Animal Society Is happy to offer our Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program to the Greene County area with the support of Durham Veterinary Clinic.

Circle of Friends has committed to subsidizing the spay/neuter fees to reduce the cost to pet owners. While this program does not have income or residency requirements, space is very limited.

Please check the Circle of Friends Animal Society website, www.cofas.org, to see the dates of our next event or call the Circle of Friends Spay/Neuter line, (706) 688-9010, for current information on the Greene County schedule.

Site support provided by Greene County Animal Control