The Southern Colorado Spay and Neuter Association was opened in April of 1997 as a hopeful solution to the pet over-population problem. Operating out of a little veterinary clinic on the south side of Pueblo, CO, So Co Spay and Neuter Clinic is a wonderful place for pet owners to play a key role in the health of their beloved pets! As a non-profit organization, our clinic can offer spays and neuters for a much lower price than what a regular veterinarian can. This service helps families who could not otherwise afford to have their animal sterilized. Our services are open to the public, regardless of income and offered on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. Appointments are necessary for surgeries, but vaccinations are given on a walk-in basis.
Currently, we have a staff of eight, including the licensed veterinarian who performs the surgeries, and two certified veterinary technicians as assistants. Three members of our staff work for our all save animal shelter that is also a part of our clinic. As a non-profit organization, we do have a working Board of Directors that oversee the practices
of our facility.
OUR COMMITMENT TO SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF PET OVERPOPULATION
As of January 1st, 2016, our clinic has performed 76,001 spay and neuter surgeries; that's over 4,100 per year over the past eighteen years!
OUR ALL SAVE SHELTER
In 2015, we found forever homes for 400 cats and dogs. Adoptions take place at our clinic location or at our adoption partners at Pueblo Petco and Pueblo PetSmart stores.
OUR DEDICATION TO SPECIAL NEEDS ANIMALS
In May of 2015, the Southern Colorado Spay and Neuter Association was honored to be a recipient of a grant
from the Lil' Bub's Big Fund for the ASPCA. This grant will help us continue to provide outstanding,
compassionate care to those special needs animals we rescue. We are grateful for this grant assistance and
encourage everyone to read more about the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASCPA)
and their work on the behalf of all animals by visiting their website at www.aspca.org.