Stop Doggy Homelessness: Spay/Neuter


While teaching our community the requirements for proper pet care is critical, unfortunately, many well-meaning dog owners in this area simply don’t have the funds for some of the important basics.

To help fill this need Dog-Harmony has a program that donates one neuter monthly free of charge. The Stop Doggy Homelessness program also ensures that dogs that are adopted from Dog Harmony are spayed/neutered.

All surgeries are currently done at Santa Rosa Beach Animal Hospital. If other vets are interested in participating in this program – please contact us.

Operation Spay Bay

Dog Harmony, Inc and Operation Spay Bay have partnered to offer spay neuter services for pets in Walton and Okaloosa County. The Neuter Commuter will run the last Monday of each month. Pets will be dropped off at Dog-Harmony and Operation Spay Bay will transport them to Panama City where they may be spayed or neutered at a reduced cost and return to Dog-Harmony to be reunited with their owners.

Appointments may be made by calling the dog Harmony offices 850-376-4190.

Pricing can be found at

All appointments must be scheduled at least one week prior to transport.

Operation Spay Bay is a high-quality low-cost spay neuter clinic with over 16,000 surgeries performed to date. By partnering with dog Harmony the organizations are working to stop dog and cat homelessness in our community.