The Pembina Valley Humane Society strongly believes that all companion animals (dogs and cats) should be spayed or neutered. All animals that come into our care are sterilized, and to date, since 2002, we are proud to report we have completed over 700 spay or neuter surgeries.
Currently, we partner with the Morden/Winkler veterinary clinics to help us with our Low Cost Spay & Neuter Program. When you adopt a pet from the PVHS, the fee you pay ensures that it will already be spayed or neutered or, if it is too young, you will be required to return the animal to PVHS upon request to have the sterilization surgery completed.
Download the Low Cost Spay/Neuter Application. Email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off at 462 Jefferson Street in Morden.
Winnipeg Humane Society’s SNAP (Spay and Neuter Assistance Program)
If you are in a reduced income level and cannot afford to pay to have your own pet spayed or neutered, you may qualify for a reduced rate at the Winnipeg Humane Society. To learn more about the program offered by the WHS, visit their website.
Dogs and Cats on Farms
Every year, hundreds of unwanted animals are born on farms in our rural areas because owners do not want to incur the costs of sterilization surgeries. Owners of multiple pets may feel it’s too expensive to do one, let alone two or more animals. Sadly, our shelter is often at capacity and we are unable to take in these unwanted litters. As a result, many animals are “disposed of” in inhumane ways. If you have multiple pets that need sterilization, you may qualify for the Winnipeg Humane Society’s assistance program.