The Fix West Texas Pets in Need program uses a variety of community resources to help meet our client's financial needs.
Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Financial Assistance
We ask that you apply for a City of Midland or Midland County Voucher (see below) before you ask to utilize the Mile High Stop the Cycle Voucher. We also offer regular Pay What You Can specials to any of our clients that cannot afford our full prices.
We have a pet pantry where we offer free dog food, cat food and cat litter for those in need. We also provide winter homes for local dogs and cats.
To claim a Midland County voucher, you must live in Midland County but outside the city's limits. You must bring proof of residence to the Clinic on the day of your appointment, along with proof of vaccinations and microchip to receive $70 off your total bill. If your animal does not have current vaccinations and/or a microchip, you may get those at the time of your appointment. For feral cats, no microchip is necessary. Instead, the cat will receive an ear tip.
Please contact Martin County Animal Advocates via Facebook for voucher information.
To claim a voucher, you must have a financial need (cannot afford our regular low prices). This voucher will cover up to the full cost of a spay/neuter, vaccinations, 4DX test and a microchip. To make the most of this program, we ask that you contribute what you can towards the cost of services and the voucher will cover the remainder.