Clinic Discounts & NH and Maine Plans

Rozzie May Animal Alliance is a low-cost spay/neuter provider.

We offer low-cost spay/neuter services to pet families and animal welfare organizations. The pricing is single tier in an effort to make these import procedures as accessible as possible. However, we recognize that some individuals may need more help. Please see the below options.

Military Discounts – RMAA Thanks You for Your Service!

Active Military and Veterans are eligible for a discounted rate on our spay/neuter packages.  Simply show your military or veteran card and we will give you a $20 discount for your dog spay/neuter and $10 discount for your cat spay/neuter.

INCOME QUALIFICATION PLANS

New Hampshire

We are an APPROVED CLINIC for the New Hampshire Animal  Population Program (Plan B).  If you are a resident of NH, you may qualify for financial assistance that would allow you to have your pet spayed/neutered and receive a rabies vaccine for just $25. There many other clinics on this approval list so there may be options closer to you.

Follow this link to learn more and print out the application form: NH ANIMAL POPULATION CONTROL PROGRAM

Maine

For qualifying Maine residents we accept CLEO FUND vouchers for dogs and cats
to be spayed/neutered and receive a rabies vaccine for $20-$60.

Contact Cleo Fund at (207)773-6221

Contact Help Fix ME:  1-800-367-1317 or ACF.HelpFixMe@maine.gov

Remember, this spay/neuter program is for low-income* households only. 

The portion you pay for a cat is $10 and $20 for a dog.  If you truly cannot afford the copay, it is possible for this copay to be waived if having to pay the copay means you would not be able to afford the surgery.

The goal of the program is to reduce shelter intakes and euthanasia. This is why the program is restricted to cats and mostly pit bulls and pit bull mixes –these are the animals filling our shelters.

* You will qualify for Help Fix ME if you are a Maine resident and receive:  food stamps, TANF, MaineCare (some exceptions), SSI or SSD and/or have an income below 133% of the federal poverty level (you do not have to be receiving any government assistance).