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Holy hotline, Batman! It’s time to neuter Fluffy!

A new FREE service will soon be available to help NJ pet owners find affordable ways to get their pets fixed. Starting July 1st, the operators at “SPAY-NJ,” a new toll-free hotline referral service (and website) will be available weekdays from 10am-2pm to help New Jersey residents find low-cost spay and neuter services for their pets throughout NJ.

SPAY-NJ is a program of People For Animals (PFA), a non-profit animal welfare organization that promotes spay/neuter to control pet overpopulation. The SPAY NJ toll free hotline and website will provide easy access to a centralized clearinghouse of information about low cost spay and neuter services and programs available in the state of New Jersey. By working together with private veterinarians, clinics and shelters, PFA hopes to make it easier for everyone in NJ to get their pet spayed or neutered at a reasonable cost.

PFA Clinic Director, Jane Dillonaire, is excited about the launch of this new program. “For every person born in the US, 7 puppies and kittens are born. That means that for every pet to have a home, a family of four would have to own twenty-eight pets,” says Dillonaire. “Pet overpopulation is a serious problem in New Jersey. New Jersey’s shelters can’t afford to take care of all the surplus animals. The real tragedy is that one in three shelter animals have to be put down because there are just not enough homes for them all.”

Every time a cat or dog is allowed to have kittens or puppies, more pets are left homeless. Please spay or neuter your pet. Call 1-877-SPAY-NJ1 or go online to to find low cost surgery options in your area.

Contact Details:

People For Animals, Inc.

Jane Dillonaire

401 Hillside Avenue, Hillside NJ 07205

(973) 282-0890, 9am-4pm

[email protected]

PFA was established in 1980 and opened a low-cost spay and neuter clinic located in Hillside, New Jersey in 1984. PFA spays and neuters 15,000 animals each year and, since its opening has performed about 150,000 surgeries. More information about People For Animals can be found at


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