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We always need dedicated volunteers to keep the FOF Spay-Neuter Clinic running smoothly and efficiently. Click here to learn more about the many volunteer opportunities.
The fastest way to make an appointment for spay/neuter or other surgery is to click below. You can also call (510) 215-9300.
The Fix Our Ferals mission is to humanely end overpopulation of cats and dogs in San Francisco’s East Bay.
We promote and actively support TNR (trap/neuter/return) of free-roaming cats.
We make spay/neuter accessible and affordable for cats and dogs cared for by members of the public and rescue organizations.
We support retaining animals in their homes and keeping them out of shelters by helping their guardians with crucial surgeries other than spay/neuter.
Good news: our regular services return beginning in June!
Through May, we will continue to be open on Thursday, Friday, and Sunday only. Beginning June 1, we will return to our previous regular schedule: open Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday. We will also return to our regular scope of practice including routine spay/neuter for community (a.k.a. feral) cats, pet cats, and dogs. We will continue with urgent non-spay/neuter and other essential surgeries as we have throughout the shelter-in-place.
We will continue our safe distancing practices. When you arrive in the parking lot for your appointment, please remain in your car with your cat or dog. Please put on your mask or other face covering if you have one. Staff will come to your car and ask you to fill out paperwork and pay for services. Staff will be wearing masks and social distancing, and the public will not be allowed in the clinic. If you have a fever, flu-like symptoms, or any other symptoms of illness, or have been in contact with someone who has, please contact us to reschedule your appointment.
As always, you can reach us at the clinic on open days at (510) 215-9300, or at [email protected] with any questions or concerns on days we are closed. Thank you.
Dear clients: Beginning Tuesday, March 17, residents of the areas we serve have been ordered to shelter in place except for essential activities. As a veterinary practice, Fix Our Ferals is considered an essential service and is exempt from the order to close. We will therefore remain open to ensure our patients continue to receive necessary care. We are taking extra steps to ensure our staff, clients, and their pets stay healthy, and that we are being socially responsible to the general public.
1) Until further notice, Fix Our Ferals is limiting our services to emergency life-saving and essential surgeries for dogs, cats, and community cats. If you don’t have an urgent need for your animal to be spayed or neutered, we will be reaching out to you to reschedule. If you have any questions at all, please contact us.
2) If you have or are exhibiting fever and/or flu-like symptoms, or have been in contact with someone that has, please reschedule your appointment.
3) When you arrive in the parking lot for your appointment, please remain in your car with the animal. Staff will come to your car and ask you to fill out paperwork and pay for services.
4) Please reach out with any questions or concerns. We can be reached at (510) 215-9300 and [email protected] Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.