Pet overpopulation is the number one factor causing thousands of pit bulls to be euthanized in shelters every year. With pit bulls making up to 65% of the shelter pet population in the US there is no reason to leave your beloved pet unaltered and at risk of producing even more puppies that will suffer this terrible fate.
Having your dog spayed or neutered is the best way to make a positive impact on these numbers. In addition, there are many health and behavior benefits to spay and neuter that will directly benefit you, your dog and the community you live in:
• Reduced aggression
• Lower risk of cancer
• Reduce roaming
• Increase life span
Since 2015 we’ve partnered with veterinary professionals to offer free* spay/neuter clinics for pit bulls and pit mixes. Each year we’ve spayed and neutered almost 100 dogs which not only makes these dogs and our communities healthier, it also helps establish a network of responsible pit bull owners who are helping fight discrimination against the breed.
Clinics include free distemper and rabies vaccinations, as well as microchips and chip registration.
Our clinics are funded by generous donations from supporters in the community.
Free Spay/Neuter Services
To take advantage of this free service for pit bulls/pit bull mix dogs, please complete our pre-registration form. Once approved, you will be instructed to schedule your appointment with our approved clinic.
If you have questions about the clinic, email us at email@example.com.
Our Fix Your Pit clinics take place at the Animal Humane Society Veterinary Centers who offer high-quality, low-cost services to pet owners with limited incomes and active or retired military personnel. To register for one of our clinics, you must meet AHS eligibility requirements and agree to follow pre- and post-opp instructions.
845 Meadow Lane N., Golden Valley, MN 55422
In 2015 we launched the Fix Your Pit program to provide free services to help responsible dog owners spay or neuter their pit bulls and pit bull mixes. Spay and neuter is the best way to combat the brutal statistics on the euthanasia rates of pit bulls in America.