United Spay Alliance Spay/Neuter Referral Network: IOWA

Your Iowa State Leader
Iowa Humane Alliance is a 501(c3) organization.
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Step 1: Enter a ZIP code, city, or state where you would like to find spay/neuter services.
Step 2: Review options below. (Note: If no listings appear, try adjusting Search Radius above.)
Step 3: Still need help? Contact Iowa Humane Alliance.

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      Please note: we are still in the process of building out our state landing pages and spay/neuter information. While we are working as fast as we can, we know there may still be gaps in the information available. If you are having trouble finding spay/neuter resources in your community, please reach out to us directly at info@unitedspayalliance.org.

      Still need help? Contact your state leader: 319-363-1225
      or email: info @i owahumanealliance.org

      About your state leader

      Iowa Humane Alliance (IHA) is a nonprofit animal welfare organization that envisions a state where all companion animals have safe long-term homes, feral cats are valued and protected, and euthanasia is no longer used as a form of population control. Our solution-focused programming allows our team to allocate our resources to the most impactful areas, affordable spay/neuter, Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), and pet retention efforts.

      Realizing that access to affordable, high-quality spay/neuter is essential in addressing the companion animal overpopulation crisis, IHA opened their Regional Spay/Neuter Clinic in 2013. The team mentored under the Humane Alliance/ASPCA banner and became the first HQHVLC clinic in Iowa, offering services to pet parents, rescue/shelter partners, and individuals caring for community cats. We prevent thousands of litters from being born each year, lowering local animal shelter admissions.

      Our other programming includes:

      • IHA’s Pet Food Pantry, distributing pet food and supplies for shelter/rescue partners through the Goods program.
      • Love for Pets, providing individuals in focused neighborhoods with the animal health resources necessary to keep their pets safe, healthy, happy, and in their homes.
      • Iowa Trap-neuter-return Resource Assistance Program (ITRAP), providing caretakers with the necessary resources to implement humane and effective TNR practices for community cats.

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