The Fix Is In: Free Spay and Neuter Event Hits Town This Weekend

Need a pet spayed or neutered? This weekend at ASAVET Charities’ third annual MEGASpay and Neuter event is the perfect time to do it. Starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14 (dog day) and Sunday, Oct. 15 (cat day), the group will be providing spay and neuter surgeries for pets, along with any follow-up medications that might be needed. Because the nonprofit wants to do its part to improve animal health and safety, it’s putting the event on completely free of charge.

Completely free of charge.

So if you need a pet spayed or neutered (over 1,200 dogs and cats were spayed or neutered over the first two years, and ASAVET is expecting to provide surgery for about 300 animals this year), head over. If you don’t, head over to their website to make a tax-deductible donation to a good cause.

The ASAVET MEGA Spay and Neuter Event will be held beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14 and Sunday, Oct. 15. at the Old Mission Manor Elementary School, 6105 Santa Clara Ave. Visit or contact Pat Hubbard at or 403-6947 to learn more.