Spaying and neutering your pet ensures he lives a longer, more healthy and happy life. It is also an act of compassionate responsibility to our entire community, and is the single most effective way to reduce pet overpopulation. Every year, thousands of cats and dogs are born in Kansas City. Many of them have no place to call home and as a result, they end up in our area shelters.
Great Plains SPCA has played a key role in reducing the number of cats and dogs entering our area shelters through spay/neuter, which has been a significant driver in reducing euthanasia numbers across our entire community. We passed the astonishing 40,000th spay/neuter surgery in October 2012.
At our state-of-the-art Veterinary Care Center, our team of exceptionally skilled veterinarians specialize in spay/neuter surgery and perform thousands of procedures every year. All of our patients receive the highest quality of personal care before, during and after surgery.