Because AnimalSave subsidizes the costs of spay/neuter services, we encourage you to pay the full fee, or even make an additional donation. The tables below show the costs: the full fee, and the fee if you qualify for low-income assistance. Or download our Surgery Fees pdf here.
So for example, spaying a female dog weighing up to 49 pounds would cost $95 at full fee, $85 if you qualify for the low-income fee. You don't have to qualify for low-income status to use AnimalSave's spay/neuter services.

For Cats: AnimalSave Spay/Neuter Clinic Fees

Male cats: 
Full Fee: $35
Low-Income Fee $35

Female cats:
Full Fee: $55
Low-income Fee: $50

If you bring in a cat as part of the feral cat colony Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program, you'll automatically receive the low-income discount.


For Male Dogs: AnimalSave Spay/Neuter Clinic Fees

Male dogs 0–49 lbs: 
Full Fee: $80
Low-Income Fee: $70

Male dogs 50–79 lbs:
Full Fee: $95
Low-Income Fee: $85

Male dogs 80–99 lbs:
Full Fee: $110
Low-Income Fee: $100

Male dogs 100+ lbs:
Full Fee: $155
Low-Income Fee: $145


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

Female dogs 0–25 lbs:
Full Fee: $125
Low-Income Fee: $110

Female dogs 26–40 lbs:
Full Fee: $135
Low-Income Fee: $125

Female dogs 41–60 lbs:
Full Fee: $150
Low-Income Fee: $140

Female dogs 61–75 lbs:
Full Fee: $165
Low-Income Fee: $155

Female dogs over 80–95 lbs:
Full Fee: $190
Low-Income Fee: $180

Female dogs over 96+ lbs:
Full Fee: $235
Low-Income Fee: $225

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 Female Dogs That Have Not Had a Heat Cycle:
AnimalSave Spay/Neuter Clinic Fees

Female dogs 0–49 lbs:
Full Fee: $95
Low-Income Fee: $85

Female dogs 50–79 lbs:
Full Fee: $110
Low-Income Fee: $100

Female dogs 80–99 lbs:
Full Fee: $125
Low-Income Fee: $115

Female dogs 100+ lbs:
Full Fee: $170
Low-Income Fee: $160


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-$12
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