It's Easy to Apply for Assistance
Thanks to a sizeable donation from the Alex & Elizabeth Wholly Lewyt Charitable Foundation, the NH Humane Society is excited to announce a FREE spay & neuter service to the public. The Lewyt Fund Spay & Neuter Program is open to residents of all towns.
The Lewyt Fund Spay & Neuter Program is open to Cats & Dogs aged 3 months to 6 years. Dogs must not exceed 50 pounds (with some exceptions for male dogs), and cannot be brachycephalic breeds (i.e. squished noses). Applicants should provide current vaccination status for the pet; all animals must be current on rabies and distemper vaccinations, if not they can be done with surgery at no cost.
All animals will have a physical exam by our veterinarian prior to surgery, checked for external parasites (fleas/ticks, ear mites, tapeworms) and treated accordingly if needed. All animals will receive a nail trim with surgery, and ear cleaning if indicated.
Once we have received your completed application, you will be contacted to set up an appointment and will be given additional instructions to prepare your pet for surgery.
You MUST provide vaccination records before surgery!
To apply: Fill out the online form completely. Surgery procedures are handled by appointment only, on Tuesdays per the following schedule: Drop Off: 8:00-8:30am Pick Up: 4:00-4:30pm Payments for elective procedures are due in the morning at drop-off. Cash and credit cards are accepted; no checks please.
No in-heat dog spays. You must wait 3-4 weeks after their heat cycle. All dogs must be on leash and all cats must be in a carrier.
Dates, Procedures & Fees
Lewyt appointments are scheduled on Tuesdays and Fridays. Spay and Neuter surgeries through the Lewyt Program are no cost though Cryptorchid Surgery, Hernia Repair, and some other extenuating circumstances may require a nominal fee.
|$25||FIV/FeLV/HW Test (Feline)|
|$25||Heartworm Test (Canine)|
|$5||Cardboard Pet Carrier (required for cats)|
|$||If fleas, ear mites, or tapeworms are found we will treat your pet and fees may be necessary depending on condition.|
Help End Pet Overpopulation
If you’d like to help end pet overpopulation, please consider contributing to our Lewyt program. We appreciate your assistance to those in need of low-cost spay/neuter surgery.