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.

BAF offers “Superior” spay/neuter services in East LA

July 1, 2014 Another successful spay/neuter/vaccination clinic at the Superior Grocery Store in East LA, where BAF and Lucy Pet Foundation performed 36 surgeries and vaccinated dozens of dogs and cats. …Continue Reading →

70 Pets spayed and neutered in East LA

May 31, 2014 Another successful spay/neuter/vaccine clinic in East Los Angeles today!  and a secondary clinic three days later to do even more surgeries! 51 surgeries on 5/31 and 19 surgeries on 6/3. There is a tremendous need for help in this community and we are thrilled to be able  …Continue Reading →

Spay/Neuter Clinic Feb. 23rd East LA

Back in East LA on 2/23/2014, 57 animals were spayed/neutered (3 cats, 54 dogs) and there was an enormous line all day for vaccines. So many vaccines were administered, we actually ran out of vaccines half way through the day! A record breaking number of surgeries for one day, the doc …Continue Reading →

First spay/neuter clinic of 2014 a huge success!

On Sunday February 9th we held our first spay/neuter clinic of the year. We set up on Cesar Chavez Avenue in East LA and the crowd was overwhelming. At the end of a very long day we fixed 37 dogs and 9 cats and provided nearly 50 additional vaccines. We handed out bedding, food, treat …Continue Reading →

Tom and Tommy 9/2013

Tom “inherited” his dog Tommy from a neighbor who lost his home. Tom was happy to take Tommy in but couldn’t afford to get him neutered. He heard about the Bark Avenue Foundation Community Cares program in Bakersfield and reached out for help. BAF was gladly neuter T …Continue Reading →