"My Town" Reserved Donations for Off-Site Blitzes

As a registered non-profit organization, Spay Panama relies much on the donations of good-hearted people like you.  Our goal is to reach as many companion animals throughout Panama as possible.  Everyday, we receive several requests from concerned animal lovers to please come to, "My Town."   This is a special list for those people who would like to reserve a donation for an off-site blitz for a special town.  It's easy, just click, and donate, and your donation will be reserved for a future blitz.



"Mariato"


"El Valle de Anton"



"Bocas del Toro"


"Spay/Panama- Pedasi"


"Spay/Panama- Azuero"
Volunteers Needed
Spay Panama's Animals Yes, USA and Spay Panama offer vet students the opportunity for hands-on experience and veterinarians to come share their knowledge while enjoying another culture and making a difference for the less fortunate dogs and cats in Panama.

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Spay Panama's
Animals Yes, USA
TAX ID#  20-8764359
Please help and make your tax-deductible gift to SPAYES to support our animal education, welfare and sterilization campaigns.  Thank you for caring about Panama's animals! 

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Spay Panama's Animals Yes, USA is an all volunteer, non-profit, 501(c)3 organization.  TAX ID:  20-8764359
Every month the Spay Panama Clinic in Panama City, Panama has Sterilization Operations every Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays




2020 Calendar
Spay Panama Sterilization Statistics as March 2020: 
Over 200,000 
Dogs and Cats 
Spay Panama-Volcan
Volcan Chapter of Spay Panama
 
Here in the highlands of Panamá, in March of 2006 Dorothy Atwater and a few helpful volunteers began a mission to end the suffering of dogs and cats - often homeless, starving, and diseased - and to help educate people that their pets have feelings and need love, proper food, shelter, and water. We primarily provide low-cost spaying and neutering to the less advantaged Panamanians. We ask $25 per dog and $15 per cat (which is my actual cost) but no one is turned away for inability to pay.  For more information, articles, and pictures on the Chiriqui Chapter Spay/Neuter Campaign, please visit, www.spaypanama-chiriqui.org.
 
Dorothy Atwater and Dr.Tello during a Sterilization Blitz.
Spay Panama Clinic Protocal Guidelines, Clinic Hours, Location, Information Page, click here.

In Memorial and Tribute to.........
"and when I'm gone, don't worry about me, I've got places to go and people to see......"
Spay Panama is always looking to update the Spay Mobile.
Spay Panama-Azuero
Central Provinces Chapter of Spay Panama
 
In April 2014, a group of animal lovers began a mission to end the suffering of dogs and cats - often homeless, starving, and diseased - and to help educate people that their pets have feelings and need love, proper food, shelter, and water. We primarily provide low-cost spaying and neutering to the less advantaged Panamanians. We ask $25 per dog and $12 per cat but no one is turned away for inability to pay.  For more information, articles, and pictures on the Azuero Chapter Spay/Neuter Campaign, please visit our Azuero Facebook Page 
If you would like to make a monetary donation 
specifically for Spay Panama-Azuero, please click here.
Make a Difference........

Legislatives Approve BILL NO. 39, which creates the municipal Animal Welfare Program. 


LAW 308
Protecting pets
THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
Decrees:
Chapter I
General Provisions

Article 1. The purpose of this Law is to prevent, eradicate and punish mistreatment, abandonment and acts of cruelty against domestic animals.

Article 2. For the purposes of this Law, the following terms shall be understood as follows:
1. Pet. That species that coexists or is susceptible to coexist with the human being, representing an effective value, and whose life cycle develops completely in dependence on it.
2. Acts of cruelty. Inhumane actions that generate unnecessary pain and suffering to another living being.
3. Breeder. Site for the breeding of animals.
4. Euthanasia. Quiet death, without suffering and induced or performed by an appropriate veterinary doctor.
5. Exploitation. Commercial exploitation of an animal species.
6. Overcrowding. Stack and crowd animals in conditions that violate their physical integrity and health.
7. Owner. He who has mastery, rights and duties over a pet.
8. Decent treatment. Measure taken to avoid pain and suffering to animals during breeding, transfer, capture, tenure, quarantine, marketing, use, training and slaughter, among others.

Article 3. The pet that the man has chosen as a pet shall have the right to have the duration of his life in accordance with his natural longevity, through his care, care and protection; therefore, it should not be subjected to ill-treatment or acts of cruelty.

Article 4. The working pet shall be entitled to adequate and nutritional feeding, a reasonable limitation of working time and intensity, rest and not to be forced to work beyond its bodily physical conditions.

Article 5. Where the death of an animal is necessary, this measure shall be applied by an appropriate veterinary medicinal product doctor using an instant, painless and non-distress-generating method.​
Spay Panama 2020 Calendar
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