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Every year approximately 4 million animals, the vast majority of which are medically and behaviorally adoptable, are euthanized. By spaying or neutering your pet you are directly helping to reduce this number. 
Spaying your pet before her first estrous cycle (that is, before she reaches sexual maturity) greatly reduces her chances of developing breast cancer and completely eliminates the threat of uterine and ovarian cancer and uterine infection, which are common occurr unaltered females.
Spaying your female pet eliminates the problem of stray males camping in your yard and decreases her desire to roam and breed.
Spaying prevents your pet from giving birth to unwanted puppies or kittens.
Because female dogs pass bloody fluid for about ten days, twice a year, as a part of their estrous cycle, constant care must be taken to avoid carpet stains in homes with such animals. Spaying your dog eliminates this problem.
How to apply to get spay neuter assistance!
Please call Surry Spay Neuter Clinic(this is the clinic that does our spay/neuter surgeries) at 336-374-2262 to speak with Natalie! You will need to tell Natalie that you want to get your pet spayed or neutered through the Mayberry 4 Paws program which will help offset the cost depending on the funds they have available.

Mayberry 4 Paws is no longer providing spay/neuter vouchers.

Additional discounts may be available on the day of surgery based on available grant funding and certain criteria being met.


Cat surgical rates will also be reduced through the end of the year while funding is available. To ensure that as many people as possible benefit from this funding, there will be a limit on the number of cats per household that we can help.
Please note that all pets are required to be current on their rabies vaccine per NC state law. If they are not up to date, a rabies vaccine can be given on the day of surgery for $15. Mayberry 4 Paws will not be responsible for any rabies vaccines, in heat or pregnancy fees.
Please contact Natalie at Surry Spay/Neuter Clinic to schedule appointments. 336-374-2262.
Please see for regular pricing information.
Neutering your male dog or cat prevents testicular tumors and may prevent prostate problems. Neutering also decreases the possibility of perianal tumors and hernias, which are commonly observed in older, unaltered dogs. Because neutered cats are less likely to roam, the threat of abscesses caused by bites and diseases transmitted by fighting are greatly reduced.
Males neutered early in life are less aggressive toward other males and are not distracted by females in heat. Therefore, a neutered male will be less tempted to leave your property and cross that dangerous highway searching for a mate. Neutered males also are less likely to mark every one of your (or your neighbor's) expensive shrubs with his urine as well as inside the house.
Each year, millions of unwanted dogs and cats are euthanized (killed) at shelters across the country. Although pet behavioral problems are the main reasons animals are given to shelters, many orphans are the result of accidental breeding by free-roaming, unaltered pets. The more pets spayed or neutered, the fewer dogs and cats will have to be destroyed.
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