Subsidized Spay & Neuter Program
What is the Subsidized Spay and Neuter Program?
The Subsidized Spay and Neuter Program is an initiative of the City of Saskatoon, the Saskatoon Academy of Veterinary Practitioners and the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, who have joined forces to provide low income pet owners access to significantly discounted veterinary services and financial resources.
Who can apply?
Any person who has been a permanent resident of Saskatoon for at least one year and whose total household income falls under Statistics Canada Low Income Cut-off (LICO).
For more information on the program, please see our SSNP Program Overview.
The 2022 application period opens on Tuesday, January 4, 2022. All qualified Subsidized Spay and Neuter Program applicants will need to submit completed documentation and are encouraged to apply in person or by mail to City Hall, 222 3rd Avenue North, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Notification of approval/rejection will usually be made by mail within three to four weeks of receipt of the application. Further delay may exist due to the high volume of applications.
Applications are available for pick-up in person at City Hall or can be printed off here; SSNP Program Application.
Participating Veterinarian Vendors
The approved Subsidized Spay and Neuter Forms must be signed and stamped by the City of Saskatoon prior to booking any appointments at the veterinarian. Also, the non-refundable SSNP fee of $25 (cat) or $40 (dog) must be paid at City Hall prior to contacting the participating Veterinarian Vendors. This fee may only be paid in cash or through a debit transaction. Veterinarians will NOT perform the surgeries until the forms are fully processed by the City of Saskatoon.