Mountain Humane is committed to reducing pet overpopulation through an active free community spay/neuter program. The shelter offers weekly no cost spay/neuter clinics to pet owners in Blaine County throughout the year. Animals as young as 8 weeks can participate in the clinics. The ASWRV endorses early spay / neuter practices, in accordance with the recommendations of the AVMA. Early spay and neuter is a safe and effective way to help reduce pet overpopulation.

On the day of surgery, we ask that animals arrive between 8 and 9am. We ask that you not feed your pet breakfast unless previously specified. Most animals are discharged between 3 and 5 pm. You will receive a phone call once surgery is complete to update you on your pet as well as to set up a pick up time.

While there is no fee for the clinic, we do ask for a donation to help cover our costs. The average cost of a spay/neuter surgery is $80.

Thanks to the success of the Free Community Spay/Neuter Clinic, the stray population in Blaine County has dropped by 50% since 2006!

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Any portion of this cost that you can reimburse helps ensure that we can continue to provide this service for the residents of the Wood River Valley. Mountain Humane is also committed to assisting the community with our feral cat populations. Mountain Humane will spay or neuter any feral cat at no charge. If you would like to participate in our no cost Spay/Neuter Clinic, or would like more information, please contact the shelter at 208.788.4351.

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