Services Provided

Click below for additional information on services Save-A-Life provides.

Discount Spay/Neuter Certificates

Selected veterinary clinics have partnered with Save-A-Life to help address pet overpopulation by providing courtesy discounts on spaying and neutering to Save-A-Life referrals.

Pet Placement Program

If you need to find a home for your pet or an animal you have found Save-A-Life can help.

Tips for Seeking Financial Assistance

In the event that your pet requires emergency or critical care, and you do not have the funds required for treatment, the following resources and ideas may provide some assistance.

Lost and Found

What to do if you have lost your pet or found a pet.

Helpful Links

Useful resources online for assistance, pet health, disaster preparedness and more.

Project PetSnip

If you cannot afford to alter your pet we may be able to help.

Animals adopted 1967-2020

Discount Spay/Neuter Vouchers 1967-2020

Frequently Asked Questions:

What should I do if my pet swallows something poisonous?

If you think that your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call the ANIMAL POISON HOTLINE (888) 426-4435

Sponsored by the ASPCA, this line is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (Note: A $65 consultation fee may be applied to your credit card). For more information, go to:

What should I do if I find a lost pet?

Please go to our Lost and Found page. If an owner is not found, you can adopt the pet out through our Pet Placement Program.

Where online can I go for further information regarding my pet’s health care and medication?

Your first and best source is the veterinarian who cares for your pet. Having said that, there are numerous resources online. Just be sure you are using a reputable site.

Here are some sites to get you started:

I am getting a new pet for the first time. What do I need to know?
How much does it cost to have a pet?
How can I volunteer with Save-A-Life?
What if I can’t afford to spay or neuter my pet?
What do I do if I can no longer keep my own dog or cat?