“Fix the Valley”

According to the ASPCA, approximately 1.5 million shelter animals are euthanized annually in the U.S. The number one solution to pet overpopulation: SPAY AND NEUTER OUR PETS! But how can you “fix” your pet for free in Los Angeles?

The Rescue Train has partnered with Spay4LA and the Central Lutheran Church in Van Nuys to provide free spay/neuter for low-income residents or pet owners experiencing homelessness in the San Fernando Valley. This is an ongoing monthly clinic. Proof of low-income, such as Medi-Cal, WIC, EBT, or Cal-Fresh can qualify and proof of financial loss due to COVID-19, such as a letter from their employer or EDD, is also eligible. To make an appointment, please call or text 818-473-9440.

The Rescue Train co-founder Delilah Loud.


March 13 and April 10


Central Lutheran Church
6425 Tyrone Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91401


Appointments only! Call or text 818-473-9440

The Rescue Train Co-Founder Lisa Young.

Spay & Neuter

One breeding pair of cats and their offspring can produce 420,000 kittens and one breeding pair of dogs and their offspring can produce 96,000 puppies over a seven-year period. That’s a lot of animals needing homes! The Rescue Train is dedicated to spay and neuter; we believe it is the solution to pet overpopulation. We offer referrals to free and low-cost services to pet owners in need and hold mobile spay-and-neuter clinics in the Los Angeles area.


If you can’t make this event but live in the City of Los Angeles, you may qualify for a voucher for free or discount pet sterilization. https://www.laanimalservices.com/general-information/spay-neuter/

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The Rescue Train was founded in 2004 as a nonprofit, 501(c) 3, no-kill animal welfare organization. Today we are known as one of the most innovative and hard-working groups in Los Angeles run by dedicated volunteers. Through our unique programs and solutions, we’ve helped save thousands of animals’ lives. Our ability to collaborate and form partnerships to achieve our goals sets us ahead of the pack.

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