The Animal Coalition of Tahoe is committed to helping reduce the number of unwanted dogs and cats in our area, and sponsors fundraisers throughout the year to help further this cause. ACT uses the majority of these funds to assist with the cost of pet spay and neuter procedures for residents of the south Tahoe community. In our first five years of operation, ACT assisted over 1000 owners of dogs and cats with these costs.
Please click here for a copy of the application, or pick one up at the El Dorado Animal Shelter in Meyers, Sports LTD and Dog Dog Cat (both at the Village Center at Stateline), Round Hill Animal Hospital (392 Dorla Court, Zephyr Cove) and Alpine Animal Hospital (921 Emerald Bay Road, South Lake Tahoe) .
To qualify, you must be a full-time resident of the south Tahoe area (from Glenbrook to Meyers, including Kingsbury Grade).
Here is how it works
Complete the application, and send it to us along with the following 3 items:
1. A copy of your ID (driver's license or state ID card);
2. A copy of a recent utility bill for your residence (such as telephone (not cell phone), gas, electricity, cable or satellite);
3. A check or money order for $25 per pet, made payable to ACT.
Upon approval of your application, a voucher with information on our participating veterinarians will be mailed to you. You then make an appointment with the veterinarian, and bring the voucher to your appointment. The veterinarian will bill us for the cost of the procedure. The voucher covers only the cost of routine surgery; complications and additional services are not included.