The Department of Animal & Rabies Control will be offering a rebate for spay/neuter costs in the month of February.
The Cook County Department of Animal & Rabies Control are doing their part to help solve our country’s pet overpopulation problem. Cook County residents can have their dogs, cats, or ferrets spayed/neutered during the month of February and save $40 through their veterinarian.
How the rebate program works:
1. You must be a Cook County resident.
2. Call your veterinarian to ask if she/he is participating in the Cook County spay/neuter rebate program.
3. Schedule an appointment in February with a participating veterinarian.
4. Bring your cat, dog or ferret in for spay/neuter surgery. Limit is two pets per household.
6. All pets must either receive a rabies vaccination and tag the day of surgery or have a current rabies vaccination and tag to qualify for the program.
Contact your local veterinarian for more information. Or you can go to the County site at
In addition, for Northlake residents only, bring your cat or dog in to a participating veterinarian to be spayed or neutered, anytime during the year, and you will receive a $20 rebate from the City of Northlake. To participate in the program, your pet must be inoculated with the rabies vaccine. To receive your $20 rebate from Northlake City Hall, you must bring in proof of residency and proof of the procedure from your veterinarian.

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