Spay/Neuter Application





We are again issuing assistance vouchers for French Town Veterinary Clinic; however, it can take up to 3 to 5 months to get an appointment locally, especially for dogs or female cats. Help for Animals Low-Cost Spay Neuter Clinic, in Barboursville, WV, remains the best alternative for those who have transportation. Their numbers are 304-736-8555 or 800-953-7297. You can also contact them through their website, to view their fees and to schedule an appointment. We apologize for the inconvenience, but this situation is beyond our control. French Town simply cannot keep up with the demand for low-cost spays and neuters, and they are the only veterinarian in Gallia County participating in our program. A SNAP volunteer, on occasion, transports cats to Help for Animals. If you are interested, you can call Chris Cozza at 740-441-1647 for additional information.

This is the total income of all household members, including jobs, disability, food stamps, alimony, child support, retirement, social security, etc.

Are you employed?


Please include only those dogs in need of spaying or neutering. French Town Veterinary Clinic only spays or neuters dogs up to 49 pounds. (Riverbend Animal Clinic does not participate in our program.) If your dog is 50 pounds or more, we recommend Help for Animals in Barboursville, West Virginia. Their number is 304-736-8555. Their website is

You MUST include weight of dogs, or we will NOT process application. If you think the dog is close to 49 pounds, please take it to a vet and have it weighed.

Have they had shots?
Have they been to a vet?
Are the dogs kept inside or outside?


Please include only those cats in need of spaying or neutering.

Have they had shots?
Have they been to a vet?
Are the cats kept inside or outside?

Thanks for submitting!

This application was revised July 2020. All other versions will not be processed.