Low - cost spay / neuter clinics in the U.S. & Canada
Check your state or Canadian province to find the closest low-cost
pet spay and neuter clinic
in your area. Note that most perform surgery on both dogs and cats;
some also perform surgery on rabbits. While we try our best to keep
these listings up to date, please verify pricing and services with
the individual clinic.
U.S. nationwide programs
Provide 40,000 low-cost spays/neuters a year! Reduced fee
certificates can be used with local participating vets.
Affordable spay/neuter information center. Certificates are sent
for participating vets and clinics around the U.S.
Look for this symbol within the state results to find clinics that offer
low-cost rabbit spay/neuter.
(Click the name of the state to view the listings)
- Humane Society of Missouri
Residents of St. Louis City may have their pet spayed or
neutered at no cost as part of the City SNIP program. Proof
of city residence is required.
Also have two programs for those not in St. Louis. SNIP
Program - $19.95 for Missouri Residents. SNOW Program
- $99.95 for Missouri and Illinois with a waiting period
significantly less than for the SNIP Program.
- Noahs Ark Veterinary Services
Serve the community with a low cost spay and neuter program
Dr. G.L. Moore, DVM
- Northland Animal Welfare Society
Spay and Neuter services provided for cats, dogs, kittens, puppies, non-profit rescue groups, and feral (free roaming) cats
to qualified applicants.
- Pound Pals Nooterville
The NOOT program is for pets of City of St. Louis
residents who are low income, using government assistance,
or fixed-income seniors. The BIG DOG program is for dogs
over 39 pounds at the time of surgery and is available for
all residents of the Bi-State area.
- The SAAFhouse Spay-Neuter Clinic
Male Cats $35, Female Cats $45, Feral Cats $25 (must be
brought in a live trap)
Male Dogs Under 40 Lbs $55, Male Dogs 40 -79 Lbs $65, Male
Dogs 80 Lbs and up $85, Female Dogs Under 40 lbs $65, Female
Dogs 40-79 Lbs $75, Female Dogs 80 lbs and up $95
- Spay & Neuter Kansas City
Program is based on a sliding scale. Surgeries are
performed on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Some
restrictions may apply and pending funding availability,
those who qualify are not turned away for their inability to
Must show proof that you live in zip code 63115 OR are on
public assistance or low income.
- The Animal Foundation mobile spay and neuter
Walk-ins are accepted; appointments are recommended.
Surgery check-in time is 7-8am. Allow 10-20 minutes for check-in. Payment is due at time of check-in.
You must provide proof that your pet is up-to-date on all vaccinations or pay for vaccinations at time of surgery.
702-384-3333 x137 between 10am and 6pm daily
- Heaven Can Wait Sanctuary
Cats: Spay $35, Neuter $70. Dogs based on weight, $65+.
- All Pets Veterinary Hospital
Fees range for dogs from $110 - $225 depending on age, sex
and weight. Cats fees are $55 for males, $105 for females,
and $130 for pregnant females.
- Animal Allies
Available to any cat owner who cannot afford the
regular cost of spaying or neutering. Female Cats $85 Male
- New Hampshire SPCA
For cats only. $75 for female and $50 for male.
- NH Animal Population Control Program - Plan B
Available to NH Residents who receive, or are
eligible for, benefits.Fee is $25 for an uncomplicated
surgery - Pet owner pays fee directly to the veterinarian.
Additional charges may apply.
- Rozzie May
The Feline Fix It Wagon is a mobile spay/neuter unit
designed specifically for cats. It is visiting New Hampshire
and Western Maine locations. Females - $75 Males - $60.
Dogs – Mondays at Stationary Clinic based on weight $70-120.
- Camden County Animal Shelter
In Shelter surgeries start at $75 for canines, $55
for felines. Spay Our Strays monthly clinics are $35 cash -
appointment-only; NO walk-ins. Please call to
- New Jersey House Rabbit Society
Rabbits: Coupon to pay only $95 Spay and $75 Neuter
- Noah's Ark Animal Welfare Association Inc.
Spay/Neuter hotline includes over 20 veterinarians who
participate in the program to help responsible pet owners in
community get their pets spayed and neutered to control pet
overpopulation. Morris, Sussex and Warren Counties of New
- People for Animals, Inc.
High Quality, High Volume, Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic -
open to all NJ residents. 401 Hillside Ave. Hillside, NJ
- The Spay & Neuter Center of New Jersey
High quality clinic designed to meet the needs of pet owners in central New Jersey and the New York area who travel a long distance or have a significant wait time for a low cost spay or neuter.
By appointment only.
here for a list of numerous programs in New Jersey!
- ALAMOGORDO - Animal Rescue Mission, Inc.
- ALBUQUERQUE Animal Humane Association of New Mexico
services offered on a first-come-first-serve walk-in basis
only; no appointments. Must provide
proof of (low) income and picture ID at drop off.
- Albuquerque Animal Care Center
Free cat & dog
spay/neuter for qualified Albuquerque
residents. Call 311 to leave your information for waiting list. "Spay
Your Mama." Have mother dog / cat spayed free - sign over puppies or kittens to be placed for adoption.
- Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley
Cats/kittens: $25, Dogs/puppies: $35. All pets must be at
least 2 months old, no older than 6 years, and be in good
physical shape. Dogs must be current on vaccinations.
low-cost spay/neuter programs for low-income recipients. Located
in city shelter. Also do adoptions.
- CLOVIS Sundance
Ranch Feline Sanctuary
only certified low cost spay/neuter program in Eastern New
Mexico. Annual household income less than $30,000.
- DEMING Animal Guardians
PO Box 1275, Deming, NM 88031
Animal Protection Society
PO Box 96, Dixon, NM 87527
Discount spay/neuter program and funding for emergency
veterinary services for low-income residents.
- ESPAÑOLA Animal Shelter
the Northern NM Animal Protection Society 160 Hamm Parkway,
Española, NM 87532. Low-cost spay/neuter program for low-income
residents. Special rates for other services.
- FARMINGTON San
Juan Animal League
Spay/neuter program partnered with the Aztec Animal Shelter.
In general, cats and dogs can be spayed or neutered at 3
- LAS CRUCES
- SANTA FE Santa Fe
Animal Shelter & Humane Society
The Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic at 2570-B Camino
Entrada (between Outback & Kohl's) offers low-cost, high
quality spay/neuter and vaccination programs. Limited Veterinary Care program
affordable vet services to income-qualified families.
- SOCORRO Animal
Protection Association of Socorro
Provides assistance for spay/neuter to:
Low-income / seniors over 55); when puppies or kittens are
relinquished; Socorro and Catron county residents who adopt.
- TAOS Four Corners
- Pet Connection
(Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Manhattan)
- Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP)
A nonprofit organization that arranges for spay/neuter services
- The Companion Animal Clinic (CAC) of the
Have performed over 7000 surgeries since opening and it is
making a huge impact on unwanted pets in the community and
- Humane Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic
The solution to the stray, abandoned, and unwanted companion
animal dilemma is this: only by spaying and neutering all
companion animals, will we get a handle on pet
overpopulation. Otherwise, animals will have to be
- Mitchell County Animal Rescue, Inc.
Spay Neuter is the only solution to pet over-population in
Mitchell County 828-766-7348 Spay and Neuter Clinic of
Alamance County The low-cost clinic is the result of a joint
effort between the city of Burlington and the Pet Adoption
and Welfare Society, which donated more than $130,000. 1919
S. Church Street, Burlington, NC
- Spay/Neuter Charlotte
Appointments required. Must have current vaccines. Please note that a $25 deposit is required when you make your appointment and will be applied to your final balance. Your deposit will be refunded if you cancel at least two days before your appointment.
- Spay Today
Spay Today is open Monday through Thursday - 7:30am to
5:30pm. Patients should arrive between 7:30 and 8 am.
Pick-up time is 3:00 for dogs and 4:30 for cats. Except for
ferals, all surgeries are by appointment only. Ferals can be
dropped off by 9 am without an appointment. Ferals must be
in a trap with one cat per trap. All traps should be
covered by a sheet or trap cover.
here for a list of numerous programs in North Carolina!
- Angels for Animals Rescue League
211 S. Greenlawn Ave. Elida, OH 45807
- Humane Ohio
Quality, low cost spay/neuter clinic a 501c3 non-profit
- Ohio Alleycat Resource & Spay/Neuter Clinic
A High-quality, Low-cost spay/neuter clinic for cats 5619
Orlando Place Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
The PetFix stationary clinic does not have income qualifications and anyone — including but not limited to: pet owners, feral cat caregivers, animal shelters and rescues — is welcome to schedule an appointment. In order to qualify for the lower costs on our mobile unit, however, pet owners and caregivers are required to show proof of eligible income.
- Pets In Stitches, LLC
Pets In Stitches believes all pets should
receive the highest quality veterinary care possible, even
when the services rendered are at a reduced cost. Pets In
Stitches’ affordable spay and neuter clinic uses state of
the art instruments and equipment. All surgeries are
performed by qualified doctors of veterinary medicine.
- Shelter Outreach Services (SOS) of Ohio
A low-cost, nonprofit, high-volume, high-quality spay and
neuter clinic serving low income families and animal rescue
organizations in the greater Columbus area. SOS focus
heavily on feline trap-neuter-return (TNR) programs and work
closely with many rescue groups. They have an open door
policy for spaying and neutering feral cats (Monday-Friday
7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.). Address: 3121 West Broad St. Columbus
- Spay Ohio
- United Coalition for Animals (UCAN)
Provide "transport services" into Eastern Indiana and
Northern Kentucky Serving the Tri-State area and 70 animal
welfare groups called "Partners". 1230 West Eighth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45203
here for a list of numerous programs in Ohio!
- OK Humane Place Spay & Neuter Clinic
4522 NW 16th Oklahoma City, OK 73127
- Oklahoma Spay Network
Oklahoma Spay Network operates a mobile spay neuter
unit in order to serve remote rural areas or to provide a
targeted effort in specific communities.
- Spay Oklahoma
North Clinic: Tulsa; South Clinic: Bixby
Adult Cat $30 (includes a rabies shot and a pain injection)
Kitten $20 (5 months old & younger and a pain injection)
Adult Dogs $40 (includes a rabies shot and a pain injection)
Puppy $30 (5 months & younger and a pain injection)
Mom and babies discounts:
Dogs: surgery for mom dog and her puppies for $100 total.
Cats: for mom kitty and her kittens, the surgery package
special is $80 total.
North Clinic: 918-728-3144; South Clinic:
- Volunteers for Animal Welfare - SPOT Clinic
- Click here
for a list of numerous programs in Oklahoma!
- Cat Adoption Team
The Cat Adoption
Team has about 44 spay or neuter surgery spots available
every week and qualified cat owners can get fertile cats or
kittens fixed for $10. Qualified owners: Must receive
government assistance such as Medicaid, WIC, food stamps,
SSI, Section 8 public housing, AFDC, TANF, etc. Must live in
Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas or Clark County. Must be
able to transport the cat to and from CAT’s Sherwood
- Oregon Spay/Neuter
Downloadable coupon for low-cost spay/neuter. See
http://www.oregonspayneuter.org/services.html for list
of participating vets.
- PAL - Prevent a Litter
Dogs only. Dog must be licensed in the county in which you
live. No breed or income restrictions. $25 co-pay for dogs
up to 100 lbs / $50 co-pay for dogs 100+ lbs.
- See many listings for Oregon at: Neuter/Spay
- Animal Care Sanctuary
Low cost spay/neuter clinic = $40 for cats (males or females).
$85 to $150 for dogs depending on weight (no giant breeds).
- Animal Friends
Payment required at the time of scheduling. Appts. are book a month in advance; spaces are limited. Spay neuter surgeries are done Monday through Friday. Pets must be dropped off between 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. and must be picked up between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. the same day.
Cats: Spay - $40; Neuter - $30; Feral, Stray & Barn Cat - $35 (includes vaccines, parasite treatment, and mandatory ear tip. Pit Bull - $35. Non-Bully breed Dogs: Spay - $85; Neuter - $70; Rabbit - please call for pricing.
- City of Pittsburgh Spay/Neuter Program
All eligible pet owners and/or caregivers must prove they
are city residents by showing two bills with a valid city
address and a driver's license or equivalent form of
identification with a valid city address. The cat colony
must be located inside the city limits for feral cats.
- Frankie's Friends Cat Rescue
Low-cost spay/neuter for cats only. Includes rabies vaccine, ear mite treatment, and flea treatment. Feline Neuter: $35, Feline Spay: $50
- Precious Paws SNYP (Spay Neuter Your Pet)
Low Cost services for dogs and cats. Additional testing/vaccines/ available at time of surgery. Open to the public at reduced rates. Further reduced rates for income eligible and feral cats.
- Spay and Neuter Indiana PA's Pets (SNIPP)
Assisting pet owners who do not have the means
themselves to have their animals spayed or neutered. SNIPP
provides services for pet populations that are typically
ignored such as feral cats and barn cats, in addition to
helping those with limited means with spaying and neutering
their house pets.
- CSRA Life Saver
Discount spaying, neutering, vaccines, heartworm testing and prevention open to general public regardless of income or location.
Clinics in GA, SC, and UT offer low cost, high quality, spay
- Jasper Animal Rescue Mission
Providing low-cost spay/neuter services to South Carolina
pet owners who cannot afford the service. The Spay Neuter
Alliance and Clinic, also in Ridgeland, is a partner in this
program and will perform the operations.
JARM1234 at earthlink.net
843 726 7799
- Spay/Neuter Alliance & Clinic
21 Getsinger St., Ridgeland, SC
High-volume, low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter clinic
mentored by the Humane Alliance. Covers four counties in
North Carolina: Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper and
seven counties in Georgia: Bryan, Bulloch, Effingham, Evans,
Chatham (Savannah) and Liberty. Provide free transport with
scheduled pick-ups. Appointment required. Welcome shelters,
rescues, feral cat groups and individual pet owners.
here for a list of numerous programs in South Carolina!
- Animal Protection Association
Provides affordable spay and neuter services to Memphis and
surrounding areas in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi.
- Humane Society of Greater Kingsport
Dedicated to the welfare of abandoned and unwanted animals
in the City of Kingsport.
- Spay Tennessee
- Southern Alliance for Animal Welfare (SAAW)
Low cost spay/neuter assistance offers surgery and a rabies v.
Co-pays are about 1/3 the actual cost; with most given lower fees for multiples and feral (free roaming cats). Volunteers do all of the transporting to and from nearby spay/neuter clinics in Critter Fixer Wagon.
- Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance
Cat Neuter $30; Cat Spay $40; Dog Neuter $45; Dog Spay $55; Feral Cat Spay or Neuter $25
Prices include a Rabies Vaccination
- Animal Alliance of Galveston County
608 Bayou Rd La
Marque, TX 77568
- Animal Birth Control Clinic
- Animal Care Services
Spay and Neuter: Free, but
unvaccinated pets must get rabies vaccination. Rabies
vaccination: $12, License for sterilized pets: $5,
- Animal Friends - Connie Clinic
Low cost spay, neuter,
and wellness services. Open to the public Wednesday through
Saturday between 7 am and 6 pm. Cat $35 / $50, Dog $50 /
$100, Rabies $12.50 3901 Hwy 36 N Brenham, Texas 77833
- CatSnip Feline Spay/Neuter Clinic
14412 Marsh Ln
Addison, TX 75001
- Outreach Animal Clinic
Canine Neuter - Based on weight: $65-95
Canine Spay - Based on weight, must be under 50lbs and 7
years of age: $75-95
Feline Spay/Neuter - Rabies Vaccination included: $50
- OwnUpSA campaign in San Antonio
Free and low-cost spay
and neuter services will be provided by the SNAP mobile
clinic. Residents receiving most forms of government
assistance will be eligible for FREE services. No
appointment is necessary and clients are served on a
first-come, first-served basis.
- Prevent A Litter (PALS) of Central TX
Assist those who cannot otherwise afford to fix their pets and live in Hays County and surrounding central Texas areas as funds are available. Qualified candidates usually have low income, medical hardships, are unemployed, receive Medicaid, food stamps, Social Security or have other extenuating financial circumstances.
- SNAP Spay-Neuter and Animal Wellness Clinic - San
Free spay-neuter to qualifying low-income households
via mobile clinics. Reduced cost spay-neuter to the general
public available at stationary clinics. 6758 Ingram Rd. San
Antonio, TX 78238
- SNAP Houston Spay-Neuter and Animal Wellness Clinic
spay-neuter to qualifying low-income households via mobile
clinics. Reduced cost spay-neuter to the general public
available at stationary clinics. 1801 Durham Dr., Suite 1
Houston TX 77007
- Spay Neuter Network
Dallas / Fort Worth and surrounding areas.
Affordable spay, neuter and wellness services. 20+ Mobile Animal Hospital and Transport locations monthly. $30 to $42 for owned cats, $20 for feral cats and $50 to $90 for dogs depending on sex and weight. FREE services available in select locations.
- Spay/Texas Animal Birth Control Clinic
free spay neuter organizations from around the state.
- Special Pals spay and neuter clinic
Reservations are on
a first-come, first-served basis, and clinics are held each
Wednesday. Spaying and neutering are performed by local
veterinarians on a rotating schedule, each of whom has at
least 20 years' experience. 3830 Greenhouse Road Houston, TX
Clinics in GA, SC, and UT offer low cost, high quality, spay
- Utah Pets
In Utah alone, over 30,000 homeless, unwanted animals are
put to death each year. The best way to avoid the problem of
unwanted pets, and one of the kindest things you can do for
animals, is to make sure that your cat or dog is spayed or
- Vermont Companion Animal Neutering (VT-CAN!)
VT-CAN! offers reduced cost spay/neuter for people who
cannot afford to go to a full service veterinarian because
of income or because they have numerous animals.
Having your pet spayed or neutered is a humane and
responsible choice that will help slow the number of
unwanted animals being born in Vermont every day. If you
have a regular veterinarian, please contact him or her and
arrange to have your animal spayed or neutered. If you
cannot afford to go to a full service vet to have your pet
spayed or neutered, there are organizations that can help.
- Animal Defense League
The animal overpopulation problem is a critical one.
Thousands of puppies and kittens are born each day because
of uncontrolled breeding.
- Fairfax County Animal Services Division
Must provide proof of the pet’s current rabies vaccination.
Cats: Spay – Female $60, Neuter – male $45;
Dogs: Spay –
Female (add $25 if over 50 lbs.) $75, Neuter – Male (add $25
if over 50 lbs.) $65
- Holly Help Fund
Their mission is to actively seek the prevention of births
of unwanted puppies and kittens in their community and to
vigorously pursue this endeavor until pet overpopulation no
- Margaret Mitchell Spay/Neuter Clinic
The clinic that bares her name exemplifies the same
determination to help animals as Mitchell herself displayed
throughout her life. Serving Southwest Virginia and
Northeast Tennessee, the Margaret B. Mitchell Spay/Neuter
Clinic works diligently to ensure that animals are spayed
- Shenandoah Valley Spay/Neuter Clinic
The Clinic is open to everyone regardless of income
or place of residence.
- Spay Virginia
- Spay Washington
- SpokAnimal's Dorothy Clark Animal Shelter
This new facility, with its increased capacity for
sterilization, and enlarged clinic square footage, will
allow SpokAnimal to double the amount of surgeries it
performs, as well as providing affordable spay/neuter and
vaccination services. Also, with expanded days and times, as
well as added veterinarians, SpokAnimal will be able to
perform treatment for shelter animals outside the scope of
rountine-only care. This will save time and money by not
having to utilize treatment outside the scope of
routine-only care. 715 N Crestline Street Spokane, WA 99202
509-534-8133 x 204
- See many more listings for Washington at:
- Washington Animal Rescue League
Competitively priced spay and neuter services available to everyone regardless of income or residency. Prices:
Dog Spays $150; Dog Neuters $125; Cat Spays $100; Cat Neuters $65. Spay and neuter services are available by appointment only.
- Help for Animals
Spay/neuter many types of pets:
Pot-Belly & Tea Cup Pigs,
Other Small Mammals.
- S.P.O.T. Clinic - Humane Society of Parkersburg
S.P.O.T. stands for Stopping Pet Overpopulation Together. Spay / neuter will cost $45 for male cats, $50 for female cats and $60 -$75 for dogs, depending on size and gender.
- The Fix Is In
Check website for upcoming locations. Female dog: $100, Male
dog: $85; Female cat: $50, Male cat: $40.
- Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control
Low-Cost Cat & Dog Spay/Neuter Program for Milwaukee County Residents. Female dog: $95.00; Male dog: $80.00; Female cat: $65.00; Male cat: $65.00
- SPAY ME! CLINIC
Operated by Shelter From the Storm Animal Rescue.
Cat spay/neuter: $50. Dog Spay: $90 neuter: $75
- Spay Wisconsin hotline
Can help you locate low-cost spay/neuter resources around
- Wisconsin Humane Society
Spay/Neuter includes pre-surgical exam, spay/neuter, pain medication,
complimentary nail trim. Dog - $105
(Dogs over 100 lbs. - $130) Cat - $75.
- Central Wyoming Spay and Neuter Foundation
It is the mission of the Central Wyoming Spay & Neuter
Foundation to provide financial assistance to qualifying
families within Central Wyoming for the spaying and
neutering of their companion animals.
NO Cost Spay and Neuter Program by The City of
Calgary Animal / Bylaw Services
You will be eligible for this program if you are on AISH, Income
Support or if your household income is not greater than 85 per
cent of the Statistics Canada Low Income Cut-Offs. (LI-COS)
from within Calgary
403-268-CITY (2489) from outside Calgary
LOW cost subsidized program offered by MEOW Foundation for cats
and kittens of low-income families. Spay and neuter rates start
at $75 and $50 respectively based on your income.
Ontario SPCA & Humane Society mobile clinic
The public, shelters and rescue groups are welcome,
regardless of geography or income level. To make an appointment
call 905-898-6112 (Newmarket), 705-734-9882 (Barrie) or
905-688-7722 (St. Catharines).
The City of Toronto
The city's first free spay/neuter clinic has opened, in
hopes of cutting down on the number of stray cats in Toronto.
821 Progress Ave. near Highway 401 and Markham Road.
Regina Humane Society mobile clinic
Focused on the inner-city Heritage and North Central
neighbourhoods, where up to 85 percent of Regina's at-large
unsterilized animals live.