*Please note: This program is temporarily on hold. Clackamas County Dog Services is currently closed to the public. Once they return to normal operations, the program will resume. Thank you for your understanding!
Spay and neuter financial assistance program
Residents of Clackamas County on any sort of state or federal government assistance are eligible to receive a voucher for financial assistance for a spay or neuter procedure and a rabies vaccine (one per household) at participating veterinary clinics when purchasing a one-year dog license from Clackamas County Dog Services.
How to receive your voucher:
- Bring proof of participation in a state or federal government assistance program to Clackamas County Dog Services any time Monday – Saturday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Purchase a one-year dog license for $24, and we will give you a voucher. If you have a current rabies vaccination for your dog, please bring proof. If not, vaccination will be given at the time of the procedure. You don’t need to make an appointment or bring your dog with you to get your voucher.
- Make an appointment with one of the participating veterinary clinics to redeem your voucher within 30 days, and let the clinic know you are participating in the program. The participating clinics will be listed on the voucher provided to you. The vet clinic will provide updated information to us once the spay or neuter is completed.
Funding for this program is provided through the Clackamas Dogs Foundation. Interested dog owners in Clackamas County are invited to contact Clackamas Dogs Foundation or Clackamas County Dog Services at 503-655-8628 to learn more.
Clackamas County Dog Services is located at 13141 SE Highway 212 in Clackamas, Oregon.