Let's quickly walk through a real-world use case. For the Kitsap Humane Society in western Washington, they ask owners to first identify their pet based on a set of custom criteria.
Kitsap Humane Society

9167 Dickey Rd. NW Silverdale, WA 98383
360-692-6977 ext 1135

Step 1 of 3

What kind of pet would you like to bring?

Large Dog (50 - 80 pounds) Medium Dog (20 - 50 pounds) Small Dog (less than 20 pounds) Cat
Now that Pawzii Scheduling knows what size of pet is coming in, it displays available appointment days filtered down to Kitsap Humane's specific capacity requirements.

Step 2 of 3

Select a day for your appointment.
Drop off is between 7:30am - 8am, pickup between 3pm - 5pm.

Now that the date is set, all that's left to do is register the owner and pet information and agree to the terms of the operation!

(We prefilled the form for you, go to the bottom and click "Create"!)
Kitsap Humane Society

9167 Dickey Rd. NW Silverdale, WA 98383
360-692-6977 ext 1135

Step 3 of 3

Selected animal type:
BUTTON Change Appointment Type BUTTON. Should clear data information as well. Hidden until needed.
Selected surgery date:
BUTTON Change Appointment Date BUTTON. Hidden until needed.

Information about your pet

We are currently only accepting males of that kind of pet.
We are currently only accepting females of that kind of pet.

Information about you

Are you qualified for any of these programs?


I certify that I am a resident of Kitsap Humane Society's' county of operations (Mason county certificates excluded). I further certify that my annual income qualifies me for this spay/neuter program (3 or less members of the household: annual income of $51,750 or less; 4 or more members of the household: $57,500 or less). If requested to do so, I am able to show documented proof of my income.

NOTE: Feral Cat $25 Trap/Neuter/Return surgeries are excluded from low-income requirement. Please see addendum below for additional terms for the Feral Cat TNR Program.

I also certify that I am at least 18 years of age.

Pets should be up-to-date on their vaccinations. Those pets that are not up-to-date are at risk of coming down with common dog and cat diseases.

I waive any and all claims against the Kitsap Humane Society which may result from my pet's surgery and/or stay. I understand female pets will be marked with ink at the incision site.

I have read and understand the Guidelines section of this form. I have read and signed the Income Affidavit section of this form (not required for TNR). All of my answers are correct to the best of my knowledge.

Pet owner is responsible for all costs over those allowed by Kitsap Humane Society Spay/Neuter Program.

Your pet must be at least 8 weeks of age and not older than 7 years of age.
Your pet must pass a pre-surgery exam the day of surgery.

Kitsap Humane Society reserves the right to deny surgery for aggressive animals that cannot be safely handled by staff.

Weight restrictions may apply.

We have limited space on each surgery day, and a surplus of people needing spay/neuter assistance. When someone does not show up for an appointment, it means we have also lost the opportunity to get someone else's pet spayed/neutered.

ADDENDUM for Feral Cat TNR Program: I understand that this program is for un-owned, free-roaming cats within Kitsap County (excluding Port Orchard 98366 zip code area). I understand that all TNR surgeries require a fee of $25 PER CAT. I understand that ALL cats brought in for the Feral Cat TNR Program will be ear-tipped at the time of surgery (mandatory). Feral cats receiving TNR surgery will receive a rabies vaccination at time of surgery. TNR cats must weigh at least 2 pounds to be eligible for surgery, and caretaker does not need to know the age of the cat.

I understand that Trap/Neuter/Return program requires that all cats be returned to their original outdoor habitat, not more than one-half block from where they were trapped. I further understand that the cats must be kept in a warm, dry, protected space for a minimum of 24 hours following surgery, to allow time for recovery before being released back outside.