Operation SPOT, Stop Pet Overpopulation Today&quot
Missouri 501(c)(3) since 1995

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PO Box 29563 St Louis, MO 63127 - ph: 314.995.8678 - fax: 636.629.0835


Make a financial pledge to help Operation SPOT & the Saint Louis petlover coalition stop the cycle of unwanted litters. Your PayPal donation can be made by clicking the no unwanted litters logo above.

Be Pet Friendly

Help fund spay and neuter in Missouri.
Show your love for animals and help end pet overpopulation by purchasing
"pet friendly" personalized license plates.

For more information, go to www.mostatehumane.org


Check out our 909-VETS program, which provides low-cost spays and neuters. More....


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for dogs and their people

Fun for all ages, two-legged and 4-legged!
Even special race category for under 14 years.

Medals, t-shirts, food, free stuff, music, fitness screenings

Come meet animal advocate Jennifer Blome and KHITS' Rick Sanborn.

Download registration form or register online at

For more information, download the flier or go to





Operation SPOT thanks the following veterinarians and their staffs for their help
to spay/neuter dogs and cats during the Fall 2014 TenSPOT Fix

Bellson Animal Hospital- 618-444-0974
Dorothy Brinker, DVM- 636-239-3927
Clarkson-Wilson Veterinary Clinic- 636-530-1808
Franklin County Animal Medical Ctr- 636-390-9280
Hampton Animal Hospital- 314-647-8818
Hartz Second Chance- 618-975-4434
Hillside Animal Hospital- 314-645-2141
Krakow Veterinary Clinic- 636-390-8387
Lawson Animal Hospital- 573-438-2077
New Haven Veterinary Clinic- 573-237-7387
Pet Station PC- 636-583-2858
St. Louis Veterinary Center- 314-773-6400
Webster Groves Animal Hospital- 314-968-4310 ext.287