Operation PETS is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to ending pet overpopulation by providing targeted high-quality, high-volume and affordable sterilization services for companion animals and feral cat populations.
Our mission is to end pet overpopulation, with all its tragic consequences, by making spay/neuter surgeries affordable and accessible to qualified pet owners, feral cat caregivers, rescue & adoption organizations, and shelters. We target companion animal populations that are most in need of spay/neuter services.
In doing this, we can make the greatest impact on Western New York’s overpopulation problem.
We are privileged to work with a wide variety of shelters, humane societies, animal rescue and adoption groups, and other animal welfare organizations. Together we are making a difference!!
A heartfelt thank you to all those that fill our lobby every day and entrust your companions to us, to our supporters, staff, volunteers, and partner groups -- everyone who helps us save animal lives through prevention.
Welcome to Operation PETS
The Spay/Neuter Clinic of Western New York Inc.
Operation PETS, The Spay/Neuter Clinic of Western New York, Inc,. announces that the Maddie's Spay/Neuter Project funding has ended. 17,591 cats have been scheduled for sterilization. The intent of the project was to offer low cost spay/neuter service to income qualified cat owners including feral cat care givers. Operation PETS will continue the mission of spay/neuter. Other funding source will continue to be available. Call for details.
Since opening we have performed 46,703 surgeries!!!!
OPERATION PETS continues
to spay and neuter cats and dogs.
Don't forget to make your New Years Resolution to Spay/ Neuter!!!
Spay Day Winner!
Alicia S., Buffalo, NY
Kaylie M., Hamburg NY
Kathy L., Buffalo, NY
Charles C. Derby, NY
WORLD SPAY DAY
Blasdell, New York — Operation PETS The Spay/Neuter Clinic of Western New York, Inc, today announced the receipt of a $50,000 grant from the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals- ®), which will assist income-qualified pet owners get their pets spayed/neutered as part of their On Target Spay/Neuter Project. The project provides low co-pays for individuals who meet the income guidelines and reside in Western New York.
Operation PETS Receives $50,000 Grant from ASPCA
Lackawanna Laws need to change to help those who are helping Community Cats. Operation PETS has spayed/neutered 39,000 cats in Western New York. (July 2008 to December 31, 2014) For the story: CLICK HERE LACKAWANNA, NY
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Size, breed and eligibility for dog appointment may be limited due to scheduling availability.
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A GREAT BIG THANK YOU TO THE ASPCA!!!!
Update: Operation PETS announced November 15th, that the $100,000.00,
"On Target 2016 Project" funded by a grant from the ASPCA® (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ®), has been completed!!
2,207 animals were helped during this year long project. This project funds came from; The New York State Animal Population Control Program (APCP) is a low-cost spay/neuter granting program managed by the ASPCA on behalf of the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets. Funds are garnered from pet licensing fees collected by towns, which are then sent to the state. Quarterly, the state sends these funds to the ASPCA to be granted out specifically toward low-cost spay/neuter programming.
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Friendly announcement !!
Dog appointments are on limited availability.
We are beginning our busy cat season and reserve many of our surgery appointments for cats that are at risk of reproducing.
Operation PETS reserves the right to limit dogs by type, group or organization and to focus on and limit the scheduled dogs to specific high risk breeds as needed.