AnimalSave’s Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic provides a solution to the problem of too many homeless dogs and cats (including feral cats) by providing affordable spay/neuter services.  Operating since 2008, the clinic has altered over 16,500 dogs and cats.  We also alter pet rabbits and pet rats.  The following tables indicate clinic fees or you may download our Surgery Fees pdf here.

For Cats: AnimalSave Spay/Neuter Clinic Fees

Male cats: $35
Female cats: $55


For Male Dogs: AnimalSave Spay/Neuter Clinic Fees

0–49 lbs: $95
50–79 lbs: $110
80–99 lbs: $150
100+ lbs: $200
 

For Female Dogs Under One Year: AnimalSave Spay/Neuter Clinic Fees

0–49 lbs: $110
50–79 lbs: $125
80–99 lbs: $165
100+ lbs: $215

For Female Dogs Over One Year of Age or That Have Had a Heat Cycle: AnimalSave Spay/Neuter Clinic Fees

0–49 lbs: $165
50–79 lbs: $180
80–99 lbs: $230
100+ lbs: $280

For females who are in heat at the time of surgery, add $20–$50.
For females who are pregnant at the time of surgery, add $20–$50.


For Other Animals: AnimalSave Spay/Neuter Clinic Fees

Male rabbits: $55
Female rabbits: $65
Male rats: $45


Note: Additional surgery costs may be added for geriatric or obese animals.


Additional Services and Fees: AnimalSave Spay/Neuter Clinic

Antibiotics: varies by type, dosage, and animal's weight
Canine Distemper (DA2PP): $12
Cryptorchid: $10–$50
Ear Mite Cleaning/Treatment: $8-$15
E-Collar: $10
Dewclaws: $20–$40
Feline Distemper (FVRP): $10
Feline Leukemia Test: $15
FIV/FELV Test: $25
Gastropexy: $100
Heartworm Test: $35
Hernia: $15–$35
Microchipping: $35
Rabies Vaccination: $10
Take Home Pain Med: $5–$20
Tri-Heart 6 month supply: 0–24 lbs $20; 26–50 lbs $30; 50–100 lbs $37