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Spay & Neuter Voucher Program

Any resident who lives in the un-incorporated areas of San Bernardino County is eligible to participate in the Spay & Neuter Voucher Program. The spay and neuter vouchers have a maximum value of $50.00 for dogs and $25.00 for cats.

The pet owner is responsible for any charges that go over and above these amounts, however, there are pet assistance groups that may be able to help you with any additional charges. If you have questions, need more information about these pet assistance groups, or if you just want to find out if you qualify for this program you can call 1-888-767-2550 (This service is not available on-line because staff must verify if residents qualify for the program). The POPCO (Pet Over Population COalition) number is manned by volunteers from various animal welfare groups.

They take down eligible resident's information (i.e. name, address, phone number, type of animal (cat/dog), breed, color, and age) and then fax the information sheet to our Animal Care & Control clerks at our main office in San Bernardino, which is located at 351 N. Mt. View Avenue. Once we receive the request for vouchers, we mail them out to you.

When you receive the vouchers you will also receive a list of the local veterinarians in your area that are participating in the San Bernardino County Spay & Neuter Voucher Program. Currently there are a total of 59 participating veterinarians throughout the county. You must then present this voucher to one of those veterinarians who will then perform the spay or neuter surgery.

Participating Voucher Program Vets for the Desert
Participating Voucher Program Vets for the Mountains
Participating Voucher Program Vets for the Valley

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