Five Hundred per year over Five years (2018 - 2022)

Our HARTT Board of Directors initiated an ambitious goal at their June 2017 meeting to provide monetary assistance to provide Spay/euter for 500 "0wned" companion animals (dogs and cats) per year each year over the next five years (2018 - 2022 for a total of 2,500 animals).  This would include animals in our eight-county, three-State area with a total population of over 237,000 people.  While it is an ambitious goal for our small rescue, we know we can assist owners through financial support from foundations and granting organizations with similar goals in mind. The increase in the number of spayed/neutered animals in our region made possible by our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter program in combination with spay/neuter programs will slow down companion animal homelessness and overpopulation.

2018 =290
2019 = 112
Total =  completed toward 500 Goal

January: 30
February: 44
March: 38
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HARTT Low-Cost Spay Neuter

Do you or someone you know need to get your cat(s) or dog(s) spayed or neutered? (see cost below) If so, please fill out this Spay/Neuter Fillable Application this is the primary way to communicate with HARTT low cost spay/neuter, other forms of communication are email at HARTTSN@gmail.com or facebook at HARTT Low-Cost Spay and Neuter, have the following information:


Human information: Name, address and phone number 


Pet(s) information: name, age, sex, and breed (for cats, just that it is a cat will suffice) and estimated WEIGHT.


YOUR COST of the spay or neuter for the animal will be as follows:


CAT (Female): $35 plus cost of vaccinations required by vet
CAT (male): $25 plus cost of vaccinations required by vet


DOG (Female): $45 plus cost of vaccinations required by vet
DOG (male): $35 plus cost of vaccinations required by vet


UP-CHARGE of $50 FOR ANIMALS OVER 75 pounds (it is a lot more $ to do these surgeries!).


NOTE: Please do not schedule your animal if they are in heat...it can wait a few weeks to be out of heat which is safer for the dog/cat. (Once we say we can help, we will, even if it is a few weeks from now)


Payment due in full to the vet at time of spay/neuter service performed! HARTT Rescue will cover the remaining veterinary costs of the procedure.


We do not discriminate based on your income level, but do have the ability to help defer costs of the surgery/and or vaccinations for those on very fixed incomes (with proof of fixed income provided to HARTT for verification).


The following vets are currently working with us on spay/neuters:
Dr. Conaway (Savannah, TN), Dr. Edwards (Savannah, TN), Dr. Gina Welton (Iuka, MS) Dr. Anderson (Parsons, TN) Dr. Boley (Selmer,TN). We will be happy to talk to any other vet that you would like to use, but we have working relationships with these vets and prefer to use them for these surgeries.


If you have to call, the number is 731-513-6228. Be prepared to leave a message with the information above and we will get back with you at our eariiest convience concerning spay/neuter. The most efficient way to communicate with HARTT Low/Cost Spay/Neuter and obtain a low/cost spay or neuter is the Spay/Neuter Fillable Application .