Spaying & Neutering Can Save Millions of Pet’s Lives
Spaying or neutering your dog or cat is one of the best thing you can do to help curb the number of animals that end up in our nations shelters— millions of which may ultimately be killed for lack of resources to care for them.
If you need financial assistance with a spay/neuter procedure for your pet, please consider that there is help out there to assist you.
On this page you will find links and descriptions for resources that can help you find low cost spay and neuter services within the United States.
Any listing contained on this page is for informational purposes only and is not an endorsement by Dog Lover’s Digest. We are in no way affiliated with any of these providers and suggest that you check references and accreditation before letting anyone perform a spay or neuter procedure on your pet.
National - Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Resources
- ASPCA | Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Programs
Through our partnership with PetSmart Charities®, our comprehensive and searchable database is designed to help you find low-cost spay/neuter programs in your community.
We are constantly adding to this database, so if you don’t find any listings for your zip code immediately, please check back soon.
Updated: October 7, 2012 2:50 am
- Friends of Animals | Spay and Neuter Certificate Information
From its beginning in 1957, FoA has assumed a leadership role in advocating low-cost spaying and altering as the most effective means of preventing the births of dogs and cats, and their subsequent abandonment, suffering and mass killing. For more than five decades, we have operated the only nationwide breeding control program in the United States facilitating more than 2.5 million spay/neuter procedures.
Notes: This site offers low cost spay/neuter certificates online or by mail that can then be presented to participating veterinarians in your area.
Updated: October 7, 2012 4:19 am
- Get Your Fix
Over 4.2 million animals are killed in U.S. shelters every year, but this can be stopped by spaying & neutering! The main reasons people do not spay/neuter are financial and the inconvenience of finding a low-cost clinic. Our mission is to make spaying and neutering easily accessible to everyone!
"Get Your Fix" is a place where pet “Owners” can meet “Funders” - a partnership that will help end companion animal overpopulation.
Updated: October 7, 2012 4:18 am
- Locate Affordable, Low Cost Spay / Neuter Resources
NeuterSpay.org provides an up to date searchable database of USA Nationwide low cost or free spay & neuter resources for pets and feral cats. You may search to find resources for pets or feral cats.
Updated: October 7, 2012 4:08 am
Low cost or free spay-neuter programs in U.S. for pet and feral cats listed by state and area code
Updated: October 7, 2012 11:27 pm
- Low Cost or Free Spay - Neuter Programs in the United States
Below are programs that provide low cost or free spay/neutering, listed by state. Some programs work only with pets of people with low incomes. Some do not consider income but serve only pet cats -- or only feral (untame) cats. But other programs serve all kinds of dogs and cats. We believe the listing details below are correct at this writing, but call the program to be sure.
Updated: October 8, 2012 6:20 am
- Low-Cost Spay and Neuter Clinics - NOOTERS CLUB
NOOTERS CLUB® maintains one of the biggest lists of low-cost spay/neuter resources in the US and Canada!
Updated: October 8, 2012 1:35 am
SpayUSA provides referrals to over 1,500 low cost sterilization programs and clinics nationwide with 5,000 veterinarians in the network as of 2011. Our goal is to make spay/neuter services affordable to those who might not otherwise spay/neuter their pets. By working together, we hope to popularize and facilitate spay/neuter services throughout the country and end pet overpopulation.
Updated: October 7, 2012 4:24 am
- You Can Afford to Have Your Pet Spayed or Neutered : The Humane Society of the United States
Many people want to have their pets spayed or neutered, but when they find out how much it costs, they think it won't be possible. But it absolutely is possible—there are many shelters, veterinarians, and organizations who are ready and able to help. And it can be easy to find them.
Updated: October 7, 2012 4:33 am