Pet Fixers - Spay Neuter Assistance Program

2015 Mahnomen with Kindest Cut

Crookston Inn

Hotel Convention Center Lounge Restaurant

Dearholt Tax & Accounting      Bemidji Downtown Meats     Mahnomen County Abstract Company

Perkins Family Restaurant      Pappy's Cafe & Pizzeria       Marco

Pinnacle                                  1st National Bank Bemidji     Northern Lights Casino - Walker

Larry's Carpet & Ceramic        McIntosh Country Store        Up North Kenneling Alternative

And our many pet lovers who have supported us through donations in money, items for the consignment store, garage sales, and fundraising.

Pet Fixers Spay Neuter Assistance Program Has Provided Assistance to 1,894 Animals
December 2012- May 2016

Female Cats Spayed 665    Male Cats Neutered 450 
Female Dogs Spayed 463   Male Dogs Neutered 303     Rabbits 17

Upcoming Clinics

Contact us: (218) 444-2077

Pet Fixers

PO Box 104

Bemidji, MN 56619

Mahnomen & Twin Valley

Special Thanks to Our  Supporters

Thank you Bark Ave Grooming & Training Center for ALL of your support!

Thank you Enbridge for your $500 grant and supporting our region!

Thank you Trish for another great Fall Photo Fundraiser! With your help we raised $1,320 in one day!

Thank you Pet Haven for awarding Pet Fixers a $2,000 grant!


Clinics Open: WALKER May 19, BOVEY May 20 & 21, FERTILE June 3 & 4,

                        BLACKDUCK June 6, BEMIDJI June 7 & 8


Why Spay or Neuter?

How to Help

About Us

Pet Fixers Spay Neuter Assistance Program in Bemidji

Upcoming clinics. We maintain a database of all low cost clinics in the area. Please check for income/ residency  restrictions

Thank you Midco Foundation for awarding Pet Fixers a $1,000 grant!

Thank you Petco Foundation for awarding Pet Fixers a $5,000 grant!

Greenway Lions Club $500

Thank you First National Bank for your $500 grant!

Our Mission

Pet Fixers -Spay Neuter Assistance Program is a non-profit 501c3 organization founded July 2012 with the purpose of helping low income pet owners spay and neuter their dogs and cats. Our belief is the only humane way to prevent pet over-population is through sterilization.

We will accomplish this goal of helping control the pet population by:

  • promoting responsible pet ownership through education
  • providing opportunity and assistance for the spaying and neutering of companion animals for individuals financially unable to sterilize their pet.
  • assisting individuals and municipalities in Trap-Neuter-Release of feral cats.