Spay/Neuter Voucher Program
NAPPA’s mission is to help give financial aid to pet pig owners to help with the cost of having their pig spayed or neutered. Also help educate all owners on the importance in having their pet pig spayed/neutered. NAPPA will continue to help ensure that no more unwanted pot-bellied pigs are born.
NAPPA’s Spay/Neuter Voucher Program
This program is to assist you with the cost of a spay or neuter. To help eliminate any unwanted pet pigs. Continue to educate pet pig owners on the importance of having their pet pig spayed/neutered.
Did you know that spaying and neutering:
Keeps your pet pig healthy and helps prevent many diseases.
Helps ensure that no more unwanted pot-bellied pigs are born.
Helps with many behavior problems.
Here is what you need to know about this program:
1. Pig eligibility: Must be at least 8 weeks old or 10 pounds and no more than 1 year old. Older pigs can qualify for this program but has to have veterinary approval first. A written statement from the veterinarian must be attached to the application. This is a first come first serve basis.
2. This program is designed to help with the cost of spay/neuter. This program will pay $50.00 toward the cost of a spay/neuter. Limited to three (3) vouchers per calendar year.
3. Once your application arrives in our department: Applications will be processed, voucher will be issued and mailed to your veterinarian’s address listed on the application (approx. 2 weeks). If there is any reason for a delay you will be contacted by our Program Coordinator.
4. Once your veterinarian has received your pet’s voucher: You will have 90 days, from date of issue, to schedule a sterilization appointment with the veterinarian listed on your application. The date will be on the Voucher Postcard you will be receiving in the mail. No refunds will be made if the voucher expires.
5. You must provide the Veterinarian with Photo ID and the letter/postcard from NAPPA about you being granted the voucher at the time of your pet’s surgery.
6. The veterinarian may choose to perform surgery on older animals, but they may need to perform additional medical procedures at the owner’s expense.
7. If the animal is discovered to be pregnant during surgery, the surgery will continue and the fetuses will not survive.
8. Pet owner will acknowledge that the medical procedures used are standard practice and routine for large volume cost spay/neuter surgeries and that under normal circumstances there is no additional risk to the pet. However, there is always a small risk in any medical procedure.
This program is not intended for Feral Pigs.