Pet over-population affects the wildlife on our island, exposes our pets to disease and forces us into ethical conflict over the growing number of homeless animals suffering from neglect. There are simply not enough homes for all of Maui’s homeless pets. Don’t contribute to the problem. Be a part of the solution! Give Maui’s countless homeless pets a better chance at finding a new home, and a better quality life.
Grant Funded Spay/Neuter Program
Maui Humane Society is now offering subsidized spay/neuter surgeries for a limited time to cover most of the cost of spay/neuter surgery for all pets residing in Maui County. Cost should never be a barrier to doing the right thing – whether grant funding is available or not, we will work with you to make spay/neuter surgery affordable for you.
How much does Spay/Neuter cost?
Spay/Neuter for cats is currently priced at $10. Spay/Neuter for dogs is currently priced at $20. This pricing is offered for dogs and cats of any gender, age and size.
To make an appointment for a pet spay or neuter at Maui Humane Society, please call (808) 877-3680 ext. 3.
Help us in our efforts to reduce pet overpopulation on Maui. Donate to our Spay-Neuter fund today!
What is spay/ neuter?
Both spay and neuter procedures are common surgeries that are performed by your veterinarian while your pet is under anesthesia. Animals are spayed (female) and neutered (male) by surgically removing their reproductive organs. Depending on your pet’s age, size, and health, full recovery takes anywhere from a few hours to a few days.
Spaying and neutering has both health and behavioral advantages for your pet. It lowers the risk of developing several types of cancers and your pet will be calmer, and less prone to unwanted behaviors.
Spaying and neutering is also a pro-active solution to the community problem of pet overpopulation. By preventing litters, you are doing your part to reduce the number of homeless pets on Maui.
Spaying and Neutering benefits you.
The cost of your pet’s spay or neuter surgery is less than the cost of having and caring for a litter. Your pet will feel less compelled to roam, fight and mark its territory. Not only that, but your pet will be less distracted by trying to mate, and more attentive to their human families.
Spaying and neutering does more than improve your quality of life and the life of your pet. It improves your community and saves lives.
The Truth About Spay/Neuter
Myth: Neutering my pet will make him less of a male.
Myth: Spaying or neutering will make my pet fat and lazy.
Myth: I don't need to neuter my male because he isn't the one having litters.
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