Our goal is to help you keep your pet in your home. Before surrendering your pet, please consider using the resources below or calling BAHS (618-235-3712) for more information. BAHS only accepts dogs and cats. To adopt or rehome a rabbit, please contact the Missouri House Rabbit Society-St. Louis. The Humane Society of Missouri can sometimes help with rabbits, guinea pigs, and birds.
NEW! TRAINING AT BAHS
BAHS is now offering low cost obedience training at the shelter with Bre Ponder of Helping Hounds Dog Training.
Classes will be $10 per session at 7PM. Dogs must be fully vaccinated and leashed.
Dates will vary, so please call the shelter to schedule a date and register. Payment must be made in advance, either in person or by phone.
The tier one class will cover leash introduction, crate training, tethering, and heel.
Tier two will cover walking, heeling, place, and house manners.
It can be hard to find pet-friendly housing. Padmapper.com can help you search for pet-friendly houses and apartments near you. You can also use the MyPitbullIsFamily national database to find pitbull-friendly housing.
Another resource is Apartmentlist.com. This link has very up-to-date information on pet-friendly apartments and house in the Belleville area.
For a complete list of pet-friendly housing in the Belleville area please the St. Clair County, IL Animal Welfare Advocate’s Pet Retention information.
You can call BAHS (618-235-3712) with questions you have about behavior problems that you are experiencing with your pet. Many behavior issues can be resolved with training, allowing you to keep your pet in your home.
Please also use these resources for common behavioral problems:
Introducing a Dog to your Children
Excessive Paw Licking
Moving With Your Pet
10 Easy Ways to Stop Dog Barking
How Much Sleep Do Dogs Need?
Low cost spay/neuter clinic in Spring and Fall
Works with: Dogs, Cats
SPAY AND NEUTER
THE FOUR HEARTS FOUNDATION
Four Hearts provides a monthly $20 spay/neuter clinic for cats.
Surgery copays $25/dog and $15/cat
Low-income or government assistance required to use BARC subsidy.
All surgeries performed at Carol House Quick Fix Pet Clinic.
Call 314-771-PETS to schedule.
CAROL HOUSE QUICK FIX PET CLINIC
Affiliated with BARC, they also offer vaccinations and a Wellness Clinic for sick pets in low income famlies.
(314) 771-PETS (EXT 7837)
GATEWAY PET GUARDIANS
GPG provides monthly spay/neuter clinics for residents of East Saint Louis, Cahokia, and Washington Park. They also offer transportation to owners who need it.
SNIP Alliance offers low-cost spay/neuter clinics to Madison County residents. Copay varies according to program offered. Call 618-660-4910 or go to their website at www.snipalliance.org for more information.
Spay Illinois will help you find local spay and neuter clinics to fit your needs. Mostly serves Northern Illinois.
(877) 475-7729 or (815) 472-2300
ANIMAL PROTECTIVE LEAGUE
APL will spay female cats for $45, male cats for 35$, feral cats for $25, and male and female dogs for $55. (217) 544-7387 or (217) 789-PAY
ANIMAL RESCUE & RELIEF FOUNDATION
ANIMAL SAFETY & HUMANE CONTROL SOCIETY BETHALTO
HARTZ SECOND CHANCE
HSC is a low cost spay neuter program.
METRO EAST HUMANE SOCIETY
MEHS offers low-cost spay/neuter surgeries for the public during scheduled surgery dates.
(618) 656-4405 or email at email@example.com
STATE OF ILLINOIS SPAY AND NEUTER PROGRAM
Nooterville offers low cost or free programs available for St. Louis City residents who are low income or seniors on a fixed income.
They also offer a low cost or free program for residents of the bi-state area for dogs over 39lbs.
(314) 776-SPAY (7729)
SPOT is a low-cost spay/neuter program for families in need. They offer a $10 spay and neuter program in the spring and fall. Their 909 Vets program is offered throughout the year, $30 for male cats, $40 for female cats, $50 for male dogs, and $60 for female dogs.
(314) 995-8687 or (314) 909-VETS (8387)
PURINA PET HEALTH APP
Find the nearest vet for spay/neuter info or emergency care!
For more info on spay/neutering in the area, go to the following websites:
EMERGENCY VETERINARY CARE
SPECIFIC MEDICAL CONDITIONS AND DISABLED PETS