Other Ways to Help

We can all make a difference.  Here are a few things you can do to share in our effort to help save lives:

  • Animal overpopulation is often the direct result of ignorance and irresponsibility.  Avoid breeding your dog and cat and be a voice in your community.
  • Set a positive example. Take personal responsibility for your companion animal's health and have him/her spayed or neutered. Tell people within your personal and professional circles about the importance of spaying or neutering their pets.
  • Spread the word. If our mobile spay/neuter van is in your area and you would like to help us with publicity, contact us and we will send you an electronic flyer that you can print and/or distribute by email.
  • Play host. If you are a leader in your community and would like to host a mobile spay/neuter van in your neighborhood, all you need to do is secure a suitable parking spot. High visibility areas work best as they can be easily seen by the public and accessed by pet owners. Contact us to coordinate the logistics.
  • Save a life. When you or your friends, family and colleagues are looking to bring a pet into your lives, consider the benefits of adopting from a shelter or rescue organization.  Avoid purchasing pets from pet stores and the internet as both sell dogs from puppy mills.
  • Become a resource. If you are affiliated with a media outlet and can help The Toby Project educate the community, please contact us.

To date, The Toby Project has spayed or neutered 91,229 animals.

Left to breed and multiply unchecked, 91,229 dogs and cats can yield as many as 1,121,021,952 offspring in only 5 years.

See How Spaying and Neutering Helps

The People Behind The Toby Project

Every member of The Toby Project team--from our board members to our committed staff and crew--plays a part in creating and furthering our reputation as a compassionate organization with a dedication to our mission.

Meet Our Leadership & Staff

Organizations We Admire

We, at The Toby Project, value the contributions that many organizations make in support of animal welfare and rights.


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