Low Cost Spay & Neuter

Community Spay-Neuter Clinic's low cost spay/neuter services are for those who either receive some kind of state or government assistance (like food stamps, TANF, SSI, SSD, Unemployment, etc.), OR who just aren't able to afford the cost of surgery at their regular vet. There is no application process and we do not require proof of income or proof of benefits* - we take people at their word.

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Cat Services & Fees

Spay - $70 (new price starting April 1, 2019)
Neuter - $60

Capstar deposit (REQUIRED) - $5
Rabies (REQUIRED if not current) - $15
Distemper (FVRCP - STRONGLY recommended) - $15
FeLV/FIV test - $30
FeLV vaccine (must have negative FeLV test result) - $15
Revolution (topical treatment for fleas & ear mites) - $15
Deworming - $15-$30
Fecal exam - $15
Microchip - $20
Nail trim - $5
Pregnancy surcharge - $15-$60 (depending on stage)
Cryptorchid (undescended testicle) surcharge - $20-$70 per testicle (depending on location)
Hernia repair - $30

Feral cats (includes surgery, rabies vaccine, and ear tip) - $45
 

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Dog Services & Fees

Spay/Neuter (up to 25lbs) - $170
Spay/Neuter (26-50lbs) - $190
Spay/Neuter (51-100lbs) - $210
Spay/Neuter (101lbs+) - $250
Rabies (REQUIRED if not current) - $15
Distemper (DA2PP - STRONGLY recommended) - $15
Bordetella (kennel cough) - $15
Deworming - $15
Heartworm test - $20
Tick-borne disease screen (Lyme, ehrlichiosis, anaplasmosis) $30
Fecal exam - $15
Microchip - $20
Nail trim - $5
Pregnancy surcharge - $30-75 (depending on stage)
Cryptorchid (undescended testicle) surcharge - $20-$70 per testicle (depending on location)
Hernia repair - $30
E-collar - $10
Trazodone (sedative, STRONGLY RECOMMENDED for all dogs over 20lbs) - $15
 

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Shelters & Rescue Groups

Community Spay-Neuter Clinic is proud to offer reduced rates to shelters and rescue groups. If your shelter or rescue is interested in learning more about partnering with CSNC, please get in touch with our Office Manager.

*sometimes we have additional grants or subsidies which further reduce the cost of spay/neuter surgery, and those programs may require proof of income or proof of benefits.