This program is currently being restructured so we can serve more pit bull type dogs.

New registrations are NOT currently being accepted.

If you have a dog that needs to be spayed or neutered now please look at other area programs through our Resources page.


P.A.L. Registration Form CURRENTLY INACTIVE - Submissions not being accepted at this time. Please see RESOURCES page for other options.

Please complete and submit the information form below if you are interested in participating in the P.A.L. program. NOTE: All information and questions are REQUIRED. Thank you.

Is your dog current on its rabies vaccination?

Is your dog a:

Can you provide proof of current rabies vaccination?

Do you vaccinate your dog for distemper?

Is your dog human aggressive?

Is your dog animal aggressive?

Is your dog kennel aggressive?

Prevent-A-Litter Program (P.A.L.)
Low-cost Spay & Neuter Program

BCBC is dedicated to drastically reducing the intense overpopulation of pit bull type dogs in Southeastern Wisconsin.

Right now pit bull types dogs are the most common in shelters and the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC or "Milwaukee's pound") takes in approximately 2,000 pit bull type dogs every year!

Pit bull type dogs typically have very large litters - usually between 9-12 pups at a time! Without human intervention, one female dog and all of her offspring could produce 55,000 dogs in just 5 years!   

Reducing the overall dog population through prevention programs like PAL is so very important for the overall well-being of pitties and people in Southeast Wisconsin! 

10 Reasons to Spay/Neuter

1. Altered dogs live longer, healthier lives - on average.

2. You help stop overpopulation - remember 1 female can lead to 55,000 dogs in 5 years.  We cannot keep track of where all those dogs go!

3.  Altered dogs behave better and are more focused on training.

4.  Most dog bites to postal carriers and almost all fatal dog attacks are from unaltered male dogs!

5. You stop homelessness & euthanasia. Up to 70% of dogs in city dog shelters are pit bulls and pit bull mixes.

6.  You stop the killings and the cost! Over 8 million homeless dogs and cats are destroyed each year in shelters - and taxpayers bear the burden of the $300 million bill.

7.  80% of dogs struck by vehicles are unaltered male dogs.

8.  Female dogs who are spayed before their 1st birthday are 99.9% less likely to develop reproductive cancers.

9. You pay LESS for your county/city pet license if your dog is altered (in most locations).

10. Spay or neuter surgery can be performed on puppies as young as 8 weeks of age due to advances in surgical techniques and equipment.
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