"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.

"Herrera & Los Santos Blitz"


"Mariato Blitz"


"Beach Area"
(Gorgona to Farallon)


"El Valle de Anton"



"Bocas del Toro"
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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Animals Yes, USA
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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


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2017 Calendar
Spay Panama Sterilization Statistics as March 2017:
127,105 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......"
click here
Donate to the "Spay Mobile Clinic" here
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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.
Companian Animals Thank You for your donation!
It is a pleasure for me to take the opportunity in this annual report to explain our work strategy to spay/neuter in the most professional and
effective manner.  Our strategy to spay/neuter is to sterilize massively, systematically and extensively. Massively: The goal is to sterilize 70% of the animal population in a community in the shortest time possible based on the mathematician Fibonacci. This is what is known as the Pet Overpopulation and the 70% Rule. Systematically: To past the
test of time to repeat the spay events and be self-sustainable.  Extensively: To reach the animals in far away communities.  To be able to do massive spay/neuter events, we have a crew of vets and volunteers that work extremely hard in an organized manner in a chaotic environment with the backing of all the necessary equipment and supplies to do the work. 20,231 sterilizations in 2016 -- that is more than 55 sterilizations each day of the year.  For the work to be systematically, we partner with communities and local authorities to balance mission impact with financial viability.  Extensively, we have gone to thirty three indigent communities, many considered red zones -- that is almost three per month. Spay/Panama was the first to introduce the concept of a massive, low-cost spay/neuter program in all of Panama and thanks to all of Spay/Panama’s supporters, it has been a
great success and the snowball effect is unstoppable.



Dr. Isis Johnson-Brown
Chair, Spay Panama’s Animals Yes, USA