Pet over-population is a huge problem. On any given day in the U.S., over 70,000 puppies/kittens are born.
Sadly, over 4 million homeless pets are
euthanized each year.
You can be a part of the solution by not breeding your pet, and by having them spayed or neutered.
For more information and/or to schedule a
spay or neuter call:
The Cochise County Humane Society provides financial assistance for spay and neuter services for the dogs/cats of elderly and low income families in Cochise County.
Currently we work with ARK and
Dr Jackson, and Dr. Geiger
Please call (520) 955 0668 and leave a message . Someone will get back to you to answer your questions and book an appointment.
They can be spayed after the kittens or puppies are weaned. For dog patients, we typically ask that they are at least 16 weeks old before being spayed or neutered. The surgery age for kittens does vary. Please call us and a team member will be happy to advise on the recommended age.
Yes. However, there will be an additional charge that varies from case to case.
No, the pets do not stay overnight. With an appointment, surgery drop-offs are typically between 7AM-9AM and pick-ups take place after 3PM
No, please call us and a team member will explain financial arrangements and the appointment process.
Yes. Even if your pet is well behaved, other animal(s) in the waiting room might not be. Also, pets can be very nervous at the clinic and may attempt to escape.
Most veterinarians accept cash and major credit cards. Some may accept CARE Credit. Check when making the appointment.