Companion Animal Assistance Program
CAAP is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the health and welfare of companion animals through spay/neuter assistance and education. To this end, we provide low cost spay and neuter services on an individual basis. We also work with Stillwater Animal Control by helping spay/neuter animals being adopted from these facilities.
Visit the Companion Animal Assistance Program website for more information.
Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) Low Income Sterilization Program
The purpose of this state wide program is to address the pet overpopulation situation by implementing spay/neuter programs for low income families along with an educational program about responsible pet ownership. Statistics are showing that pet sterilization for low income families effectively reduces pet overpopulation. The Oklahoma Veterinary medical Association believes this is a win-win program because it addresses a societal problem, governing agencies win by reducing expenditures for animal control, and fewer animals will need to be euthanized.
Visit the OVMA website for more information.