Our Mission

Our mission: To end over-population of cats and dogs by providing quality and affordable spay-neuter services.

Founded in 2008 as a non profit 501c3.

Core missions:

  • Provide affordable spay-neuter services for pet cats and dogs
  • Provide discounted spay-neuter services for cat and dog rescues and shelters
  • Provide Trap Neuter Return resources throughout our service areas

No Nonsense Neutering began with a core group of women who understood the need for a high volume spay-neuter clinic for cats and dogs in the Lehigh Valley, PA. With some start-up funding and a donated space at Peaceable Kingdom shelter in Whitehall, PA., NNN started as a cat neutering clinic in February 2008 as a 501c3 non profit clinic. Within a 1 1/2 years, NNN had outgrown that space and moved to its current Allentown location and began accepting dogs.

  • 2011 August   NNN opened using the clinic at ARL in Reading. Moved to current location in August 2012.
  • 2012 September NNN opened at the Bucks County SPCA
  • 2014 August opened in Mahanoy City, Schuylkill County
  • 2015 December NNN moved to Hatfield Montgomery County and closed at Bucks SPCA
  • 2018 closed both Hatfield and Mahanoy City locations
  • 2019 May NNN opened in Plains, PA Luzerne County
  • Since opening, our staff has grown to 2 full time veterinarians and 2 part time vets. Our tech staff consists of 8 surgery techs, 4 scheduling staff and an Executive Director.

NNN also includes core vaccines (rabies & distemper), a nail trim, ear cleaning, pain medicine and the E collar as part of our pet neuter package. Other services and vaccines are available,  but our core mission is sterilization. Our Community cat package includes neuter, vaccines, nail trim, worming, flea treatment, pain  medicine and antibiotics, if needed.

Our Board is comprised of volunteer members of the community who share the vision that making neutering surgery affordable is important for the long term health of cats and dogs.

In 2023, NNN is celebrating our 15th anniversary and NNN has fixed over 176,723 cats and dogs.