East Bay SPCA Pit Fix


To make an appointment, please call or use REGISTRATION FORM at bottom of page.

Oakland: 1-877-4 PIT-FIX  or 510-639-7387
Dublin: 925-479-9674

PLEASE BE SURE TO SEE QUALIFICATIONS BELOW

Surgeries are performed at the East Bay SPCA, Oakland Spay & Neuter Surgery Center at 410 Hegenberger or at the East Bay SPCA, Dublin Spay & Neuter Surgery Center at 4651 Gleason Dr. in Dublin.

The East Bay SPCA offers free spay or neuter surgeries for pit bulls and pit bull mixes owned by residents of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. While the euthanasia of animals is on the decline across the county, the pit bull population continues to grow, leaving more and more of these animals to languish in our shelters or be euthanized without ever knowing the warmth of a home or the love of a family.

There will never be enough homes in our community for the number of pit bulls and pit bull mixes, and the only responsible solution to curbing this population is spay and neuter programs.

To qualify for this free service, you must:

  • Have proof that you live in Alameda or Contra Costa County. A current Driver's License or California ID with an Alameda or Contra Costa County address on it is acceptable.
  • Only owned pit bulls or pit bull mixes qualify for this program.  No rescue groups, foster organizations, shelter animals or stray pit bulls will be allowed to participate.
  • Determining whether your dog is a pit bull or not will be at the sole discretion of our staff.  Documentation of breed history can be provided, but the final decision will be ours.  Dogs determined not to be pit bulls will be subject to our regular, affordable prices.
  • Only surgery related procedures are included for free. Vaccinations, other treatments, microchipping and/or procedures are at the owners expense.
  • Appointments must be made for each dog you would like spayed or neutered and there can be up to a 4-6 week wait for an appointment.

Spay/Neuter Request Form

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East Bay SPCA is a member of Maddie’s® Treatable Assistance Program