Thank you very much for your interest in City of Parramatta Council's 2023 Desexing Program!
Council has now exhausted all resources and applications for this years program are now CLOSED.
Council wishes to thank all of our participating Vets for their ongoing support this year including: Midson Road Veterinary Hospital, Ermington Veterinary Hospital, Great Western Animal Hospital, Greystanes Veterinary Hospital and Parramatta Veterinary Hospital.
Please note, there is a limited amount of vouchers available and not all applications will be successful.
Finally, we wish to send a special thank you to the Animal Welfare League (Western Suburbs and Hills District) for their tireless efforts and support in partnering with City of Parramatta Council this year to help deliver this exceptional program to our residents!
If you have missed out this year on one of our vouchers and require assistance in desexing your animal then please contact the National Desexing Network at www.ndn.org.au
Thank you again and see you next year!
Why desex pets?(Back to top)
- Desexed pets live longer healthier lives, and are less prone to wander, fight, be anti-social and it reduces the risk of certain cancers.
- Desexing your pet helps to reduce pet overpopulation and reduces the amount of pets that are euthanised due to lack of suitable homes.
- Undesexed domestic cats who are allowed to roam, add to stray cat population which can have a negative impact on wildlife.
- Cats can become pregnant at just 4 months old, and dogs can become pregnant at 5 months so early desexing is important.
- One undesexed female cat can produce 420,000 kittens over 7 years!**
- Life-time registration fees are heavily subsidized for desexed animals.