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St George Neuter Drive


Do you have a St George postcode or live within a mile?

Are you claiming a benefit or earning below the living wage of £7.85 per hour full time? Then we can neuter or spay your dog for free! 

CLICK HERE to check your eligibility
If this doesn’t fit you please get in touch as we consider each case on it’s own merit.

We’re running a FREE spay and neuter campaign and microchip drive for the area.

  • 5,142 homeless dogs were killed last year in the UK, be part of the solution CONTACT US TODAY

  • Spaying and neutering is the single most effective way to prevent dog overpopulation

  • And helps animals to live longer and healthier lives by eradicating or reducing many health problems and unwanted behaviour issues

  • There is also evidence to suggest that spaying early can increase life expectancy

  • Surveys indicate that 80% of dogs hit by cars are un-neutered

  • Hormonal aggression

  • Roaming

  • Cancers

  • Uterine infections

  • Unwanted attention from other dogs

  • Marking territory

  • Sexual frustration

Dogs we’ve neutered in St George

Why Neuter

Last year in the UK 5,142 abandoned dogs were killed by local authorities. Why?

Because in only 6 years one un-spayed female dog and all her un-spayed female pups can potentially have 67,000 pups!

That’s a lot of dogs! There simply is not enough homes available for all of the dogs who exist. Many dogs end up in the wrong hands, advertised for free online, are used as breeding machines, are neglected, tortured or used as bait dogs for dog fighters.

There is currently a global dog over-population crisis which causes mass pain and suffering to dogs all over the world.

75% of all of the dogs in the world are strays.

The kindest thing you can do is prevent this from happening by having your dog neutered.

Benefits of neutering

Prevents hormonal aggression, roaming, cancers, uterine infections, unwanted attention, marking territory and sexual frustration. There is even evidence to suggest that spaying early increases life expectancy. Surveys indicate that 80% of dogs hit by cars are un-neutered.


It is a myth that females should have one littler before they are spayed, there have been thousands of dogs who have been spayed without having a litter and who have lived normal, happy, healthy lives.


Spaying and neutering is the most common procedure for dogs, they are routine operations and your veterinary surgeon will be very knowledgeable on the subject.

It is very difficult to find good homes for puppies, there are too many dogs and the good homes are usually all taken up!

Help us solve the dog over-population crisis

Neuter your dog as soon as possible, we can help with low cost or free neutering if you cannot afford it.

Donate to us to enable us to neuter more dogs, we can only help end this crisis with your help. See our volunteer page.

Pledge to neuter your dog, add your voice.