Spay and Neuter Program

We sell vouchers to help reduce the cost of protecting your pet with a spay or neuter surgery.  Pet sterilization also prevents unwanted litters and reduces the homeless pet population.  The voucher is your payment to the participating veterinarian on the day of your pet’s surgery.  Vouchers are sold during regular business hours.  We participate in two voucher programs.

Operation Stop Pet Overpopulation Today (OpSPOT) 909

To purchase an OpSPOT 909 voucher, please bring payment in the amount appropriate for your pet:

$30.00 for a healthy male cat

$40.00 for a healthy female cat

$50.00 for a healthy male dog

$60.00 for a healthy female dog

Participating OpSPOT 909 Voucher Veterinarians:

Pet Station (Union) (636) 583-2858 – Dr. Jenny Webster and Dr. Shannon Klepper

Dr. Dorothy Brinker (Washington) (636) 239-3927

Washington Veterinary Clinic (636) 239-5445 – Dr. John Stoltz and Dr. Kinsey N. Holdmeyer

New Haven Veterinary Clinic (573) 237-7387 – Dr. Michelle Schulte

Franklin County Animal Medical Center (636) 390-9280

St. Clair Veterinary Clinic (636) 629-2323

Low-Income Vouchers

A low-income voucher is for families who have a household income of less than $25,000 a year.  You must bring proof of your income when you come to purchase the voucher.  We accept W-2 forms, food stamp card, Medicaid card or two paycheck stubs as proof.  The cost for the low-income voucher is $35.00 for a heathy cat or dog, regardless of sex or age.

Participating Low-Income Voucher Veterinarians:

Pet Station (Union) (636) 583-2858 – Dr. Jenny Webster and Dr. Shannon Klepper

Dr. Dorothy Brinker (Washington) (636) 239-3927

Washington Veterinary Clinic (636) 239-5445 – Dr. John Stoltz and Dr. Kinsey N. Holdmeyer

New Haven Veterinary Clinic (573) 237-7387 – Dr. Michelle Schulte