spay/neuter clinic

Our Spay/Neuter Clinic provides low income pet owners with affordable spay or neuter surgery. Please attach proof of public assistance when you make an appointment. Indicators of public assistance are listed below.

means-tested assistance programs

  • food stamps
  • medicaid
  • CHIP
  • WIC
  • HMIS
  • free/reduced lunches
  • section 8

hours of operation

 Monday – Thursday

Friday – Sunday

8:00am – 5:00pm

closed

Families must be considered low income and be able to demonstrate they are a recipient of a public assistance program to qualify for our spay/neuter services. Please click the button above to schedule a spay/neuter appointment & attach proof of public assistance.

procedures for dogs

Thanks to our generous donors, we are able to supply the following inexpensive services to low-income dog owners.

Female Dog Spay

up to 25 lbs: $100
26-50 lbs: $115
51-75 lbs: $135
76-100 lbs: $145
over 100 lbs: $165

Male Dog Neuter

up to 25 lbs: $95
26-50 lbs: $110
51-75 lbs: $115
76-100 lbs: $125
over 100 lbs: $135


 

procedures for cats

Thanks to our generous donors, we are able to supply the following inexpensive services to low-income cat owners.

Female Cat Spay $75

Male Cat Neuter $65

additional surgery fees

recommended surgical options

Pre-anesthetic blood work $65 ***Note: Blood work is recommended for elderly and at-risk patients.All pets receive a 24 hour dose of effective pain medication at the time of surgery. Additional Take Home Pain Medicine: $15+ tax (take home pain meds are strongly encouraged).

Rabies $15 w/surgery
FeLV/FIV Testing $25
FeLV $20
FVRCP $20
Microchip $20+tax w/surgery
Flea Preventative $15 per dose
Non refundable surgery deposit $25
In heat – dogs only $20
Pregnant (<30 days) $25
Pregnant (>30 days) $35
Cyptorchid $20+
Obese $20
Aggressive $10+
Other complications $25+