Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
"Help us make a humane difference in our community."
Eastern Pa Animal Alliance is a high volume non profit low cost spay/neuter clinic for cats and dogs. We are staffed by experienced licensed veterinarians and veterinary assistants/technicians, but otherwise volunteer based. Our mission is to prevent homeless animals, relieve shelters of overcrowding and control the feral/stray cat population. We are dependent on donations and income from our services. We are not funded by any other source.
Do I need an appointment?
You do need an appointment. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not have email you can call 570-994-5846. The phones are only answered when the Brodheadsville clinic is open. It may take a week or more for us to get back to you, please be patient. Spay/neuter is not an emergency. Please allow at least a week for a response to your request for an appointment. If you feel it is an emergency go to your local veterinarian or emergency clinic.
Can I get just get vaccines or just an exam?
We are not available for wellness exams or emergencies. We are not a vaccination clinic. There are many vaccination clinics available if you can not afford to go to a full service veterinarian. It is very important that your pet have an exam with the vaccinations. The exam is beneficial in preventing future issues which can be painful or even fatal to your pet and costly to you. Every pet owner should have a relationship with a full service veterinarian.
I live in Monroe County and want to spay/neuter feral cats but can't afford it myself.
Monroe Animal League offers vouchers to residents for feral cats. See Resources page for info.
I trapped a feral cat. Do I need an appointment?
You can bring one feral cat to any clinic without an appointment. A feral cat is a wild cat that can not be touched and must be
Should I treat my dog or cat for fleas before surgery?
YES, Please use a veterinarian approved flea control product. Pets can get fleas even if they never leave the
house. We do not recommend "over the counter" flea/tick control it can be harmful or even fatal to your pet.