Each year we assisting thousands of animals and pet guardians in reducing homeless animals and unwanted litters.
This program is accessible for low-income people living in Edmonton and surrounding communities who have a cat or dog between the ages of 4 months to 6 years, that are healthy and that need to be spayed/neutered.
A limited number of appointments are available each month, once full, the application portal closes until the second Monday of the next month, when it will reopen to fill the upcoming month’s appointments. If the application portal is closed, please bookmark this page and check back the next month.
To access this program please see the steps below and click on the Frequently Asked Questions links for more information.
STEP 1: Obtain Your Proof of Low-Income
- Proof of income is required based on the Canadian Low Income thresholds available here, and must show your full name.
- Documents include any government-issued paperwork stating your yearly household income, such as:
- AISH card
- Social Assistance Statement (full benefit statement)
- Tax NOA (web and mailed version)
Please click here to see examples of documents that must be submitted.
Note: We CANNOT accept paystubs, bank statements, or T4’s.