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The program is a partnership involving the Ashe Humane Society, Friends of Ashe County Shelter, and the Foothills Spay and Neuter Clinic (Humane Society of Catawba) to support the citizens of Ashe County and their pets.

Note: This program is not funded nor affiliated with the Ashe County Government. 

Appointment First Available Update:


Male Cat Neuter- July 2024

Male Dog Neuter- August 2024

Female Cat Spay- September 2024

Female Dog Spay- Waiting List

This is a monthly transport and has a waiting list. Appointments are made in order of both date of submission and available appointment slots from Humane Society of Catawba.

Pricing - click here

Feral Trap Neuter Return - click here

****Note: In order to be spayed or neutered all kittens and puppies must be at least 3 months old and weigh at least 3 pounds. 


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How to get an appointment with the monthly Foothills Spay and Neuter Transport Clinic:


1.  Fill out this registration form to get on our waiting list:

Registration Form click here

2. Application and Payment:

Once you have been contacted by us in the future to confirm an appointment day, you will be instructed how to pay and payment options.

3. Rabies Vaccination:

If your pet is current on the Rabies Vaccine, please provide proof of the Rabies Certificate .

*If you pet does not have a Rabies certificate or is not current on the rabies vaccine they will be given the vaccine and you will be charged that fee.


4. Appointment Day:

Provide any medications your pet may be be taking.

*Check-in is at 6:50-7:00 am on Wednesday, (the day of clinic) at Jefferson United Methodist Church at 115 East Main Street in Jefferson, NC


All cats must be in crates, however, all feral cats must be in humane traps. Cat carriers must have owners name, phone number and cats name securely on the carrier.

Pick-up will be on Wednesday afternoon at the drop off location.  You will be told the time of pick-up. (approximately 4:00 p.m.)

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