At Underdog Animal Rescue & Rehab, our goal is that animals are happy, healthy, and well cared for. We help provide mobile spay, neuter, and vaccination clinics to the Navajo Nation to help meet this goal.
Spay and Neuter Services
Underdog contracts with a mobile vet clinic unit, The Parker Project, to travel to under-served areas on the Navajo Nation to perform up to 150 spays and neuters over the course of our 3-day clinics. These clinics serve the owned animals of Native American clients free of charge.
The Navajo Nation is overpopulated with stray animals due to a lack of veterinary resources in this area. These strays suffer greatly and only have a life expectancy of 2 years unless rescued. Spaying and neutering owned animals helps to reduce the number of potential strays. Learn more about animals on reservations including the Navajo Nation.
Appointments are required for spay and neuter. Appointments are not required for the vaccination clinic.
Vaccination Clinic Services
- Canine DHPP vaccine (protection dogs against Parvovirus, Distemper, Adenovirus and Parainfluenza) $5
- Canine and feline rabies vaccine (required by law once per year) $5
- Feline FVRCP vaccine (protects cats against Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, and Panleukopenia) $5
- Flea and tick medication $12
- Microchip insertion $15
- De-wormer for both cats and dogs is provided complimentary
Underdog Rescue also brings pet food donations to give away, along with other requested donations such as hygiene kits, shoes, backpacks and jackets. Contact us for information on requesting donations.