Empowering pet owners and local communities to
reduce abandoned animal populations through spay
& neuter, pet retention & reclamation, and education.

We need your help. They need your love.

Spay & Neuter

Bark Avenue Foundation is tackling the pet overpopulation crisis through FREE and low-cost spay/neuter. The cost of fixing a pet is prohibitive for many pet owners resulting in accidental litters and animals surrendered to municipal shelters. Our goal is to make a significant impact on the  number of animals being abandoned and euthanized at our shelters.

If you live in Los Angeles County and you need help with spay/neuter, make an appointment  under “Get Help” on this site, or contact BAF at info@barkavenuefoundation.org.

Spay/Neuter clinic in Compton helps 150 pets

Bark Avenue Foundation is so blessed to have the most amazing organizations that selflessly helps make these clinics possible. Without their support, we wouldn’t be able to save so many lives and help so many members of our community. Thank you all so very much. It takes a villa …Continue Reading →

Expanding Spay/Neuter Services in East Los Angeles

Services now available to residents of East LA, Boyle Heights, and Montecito Heights. Bark Avenue Foundation has been working in and with the community of East LA since 2013 to deliver low-cost spay/neuter, vaccinations, and resources to pets of families living in zip code 90063. Now, …Continue Reading →

World Spay Day Event, February 20th

February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month and the month also hosts World Spay Day. Every cat or dog who is sterilized prevents dozens of unwanted pets. To mark the occasion, Bark Avenue Foundation delivered a special World Spay Day event that sterilized 67 pets while vaccinating and fee …Continue Reading →

1,000 spay/neuter surgeries for East LA Pet Owners

Bark Avenue Foundation has completed over 1,000 surgeries for pets living in East Los Angeles! Bark Avenue Foundation has been diligently working to reduce the pet overpopulation problem in Los Angeles, specifically targeting the East Los Angeles 90063 neighborhood. Since 2013 we have …Continue Reading →

Wow!! 330 Surgeries this Summer!

August 1, 2014 Summer (June, July, August) is known as puppy and kitten season — for those of us involved in animal rescue, it is a heartbreaking time of year. While puppies and kittens flood the shelters, the older animals get overlooked and put to sleep. The euthanasia numbers skyro …Continue Reading →