In addition to helping reduce pet overpopulation, when you spay or neuter (“fix”), you also protect your pet’s health. This ensures they can enjoy a long and happy life with you and your family:
Reduces the risk of territorial marking
Decreases undesired behaviors, like dog aggression
Eliminates risk of testicular cancer and lowers incidents of prostate disease
Reduces the desire to roam, which could result in injury by motorists or other animals
No heat cycles, which reduces an intact male’s attraction to your lovely girl
Reduces the desire to roam
Decreases the risk of mammary gland tumors, and ovarian, and uterine cancers—especially if done before the first heat cycle
Show some love and Snip Your Pit
An affordable ‘fix’ for your dog
BAPBR supports your decision to protect your pet's health. With the “Snip Your Pit” Program, your dog or puppy (over 12 weeks old) can receive comprehensive spay and neuter services.
Please consider a "pay it forward" donation so that we can help others in the same way we are helping you. This donation, in any amount, helps us continue our efforts into the future for other families that need our assitance. To make an optional donation to the program, click here.
How to apply:
Step 1 – Contact BAPBR
Please provide us with details about you and your pet:
Step 2 – Scheduling
Once we have all your information, we will schedule your appointment. Note: If you cancel or skip your appointment, we will not reschedule for you.
Step 3 – Surgery Prep
Please bathe your dog a day or two before your appointment. Then, do not feed or give your dog water past 9:00pm the night before surgery.
Step 4 – Drop-off
Drop-off is between 7:30am – 9:30am. When you arrive at the vet’s office please:
Give your name and your pet’s name
Mention the BAPBR "Snip Your Pit" program
Fill out the appropriate paperwork
Note: Please leave your dog in the car while you check in if your dog is dog reactive or dog aggressive
Depending on the county you live in an appointment will be made on your behalf at one of our partner veterinarians, including:
Willamette Valley Animal Hospital
4975 River Road North
Keizer, OR 97303