Benefiting the animals & our community
On our mobile spay/neuter clinics, we reach out in a spirit of compassion to pet owners in underserved areas by providing high-quality, affordable spay/neuter surgeries to their cats and dogs.
Pet owners in underserved areas can get spay/neuter services for their pets at reduced fees, subsidized by Dumb Friends League donors, through our mobile spay/neuter clinics.
The Meow Mobile offers spay/neuter services for cats, and the Lulu Mobile offers spay/neuter services for cats and dogs.
We also partner with local animal welfare organizations in a trap-neuter-return (TNR) program for community (unowned) cats to help reduce the number of unwanted litters born and the number of kittens and cats brought to shelters.
Both clinics are staffed with veterinarians who are licensed in the state of Colorado.
Are you a veterinarian interested in volunteering on one of our mobile clinics? Click here.
Mobile clinic fees
Please note: We do not take animals over 8 years old without recent blood work.
- Cats – We offer cat spay/neuter surgeries for FREE, including age-appropriate vaccinations (rabies and distemper vaccines). No income qualification is required for free cat spay/neuter surgeries.
- Dogs – We offer dog spay/neuter surgeries, including age-appropriate vaccines (rabies and distemper vaccines), for $50 to patrons who qualify.
We accept cash, check or credit cards for payment. Donations are greatly appreciated.
Also offering the following additional service:
- Feline Leukemia (FeLV) Vaccine – $25 – Meow Mobile only
- FeLV/FIV Combo Test – $25 – Meow Mobile only
- Microchip – $25 – Lulu and Meow Mobile
- Pets – Puppies and kittens need to be at least 8 weeks of age and weigh 2 pounds for surgery. We do not take animals 8 years and older without recent blood work. We do spay or neuter pets that are in heat.
- Income – Cat spay/neuter surgeries are always free, and no qualification is necessary. One of the following documents will qualify you to receive a dog spay/ neuter surgery for $50.
Please bring a printed copy of one of the following documents when you check your dog in:
- Quest or EBT card
- Paycheck stub showing no more than $769 per paycheck
- Income-tax return form showing income of no more than $40,000 per year
- Current unemployment check stub
- Medicaid card showing current enrollment
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI) ID or letter
- Proof of enrollment in the FDPIR Program
- Proof of enrollment in the WIC Program
If you do not qualify for the Dumb Friends League mobile spay/neuter services, please see more resources for spay/neuter surgery.
Occasionally, due to weather or unforeseen circumstances, we have to cancel a clinic. Please call our help line on the morning of the clinic you plan to attend for cancellation information. If you have additional questions, call our help line.
Mobile spay/neuter help line: (720) 241-7098
Before and after surgery instructions
- Pre-surgery – Download printable pre-surgery instructions to prepare you and your pet for the procedure.
- Post-surgery – Download printable post-surgery instructions, home-care instructions and FAQs.
Mobile clinic schedules
Mobile clinic spay/neuter surgeries can be scheduled by appointment, and those with appointments will be given first priority.
Walk-ups will be accepted after appointments as space allows, for those who qualify. Please arrive no later than 7:30 a.m. to check in for a walk-up appointment.
If you’d like to reschedule your appointment, please make a new appointment and indicate in the “Notes” section which appointment date you are canceling.
Call (720) 241-7098 the morning of the clinic you plan to attend for cancellation information.
Please leave your pet(s) in your vehicle during check-in.
More resources for spay/neuter surgery
- Low-cost – If you are unable to use Dumb Friends League mobile spay/neuter services, please call PetAid Animal Hospital for information on low-cost veterinary services. Please note: Mobile services are not offered by PetAid Colorado, and all clients need to income-qualify to receive care for their pet.
- Other – Those making over $40,000 in income per year should contact a veterinarian for spay/neuter services. If you need assistance finding a veterinarian in Colorado, please call the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association at (303) 318-0447 or visit www.colovma.org to locate a veterinary clinic near you.