List of Free to Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinics

You can afford to have your pet Spayed or Neutered. There are more options than you think.

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.

Others want to help community cats but think they won't be able to find a low-cost or free option. 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.

The most important thing to know about spaying and neutering is that it saves lives. In every community in the U.S. there are animals sitting in animal shelters waiting for homes.

Only about half of those dogs and cats will ever get one. The other half will be euthanized.

Sadly, each year in the US more than 15 million dogs and cats are euthanized because of overpopulation.

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Spaying and neutering helps reverse the tragedy of pet overpopulation, reduces your pet's chances of developing deadly, costly medical problems, and improves your pet's behavior.

Sterilizing dogs and cats not only reduces animal companion overpopulation, homelessness and euthanasia, but also benefits individual cats and dogs, their guardians and society at large.

For years it was believed that the best age at which to neuter and spay animals was six months.

No conclusive controlled studies have ever been done to determine the best age to neuter dogs and cats.

On the other hand, current research does show that spaying before the first heat prevents the development of mammary gland tumors.

Since females can go into heat as young as four months of age, they should be spayed before then to receive that protection.

What You Can Do

Please spay and neuter your animal companions to reduce overpopulation and urge others to do the same. If you are in need of discounted services, see the list below for information on finding a service in your area.
  • Never buy a dog or cat from a breeder or pet store. Instead, save a life by adopting a homeless animal from your local shelter or Rescue Group.
  • Whether it is educating a friend on the importance of getting his puppy neutered or spending your Saturday afternoon volunteering at a local animal shelter, there are many ways to help save the animals in your community:
  • Donate: Donations and grants fund life-saving programs for pets in need. Donating as little as $10 can help. 
  • Adopt: Adoptions get animals out of shelters and into homes. Remind friends looking for a family pet that animals from shelters make wonderful pets. 
  • Spay or neuter: Spaying and neutering means fewer animals going into shelters and improves your pet's health and behavior. Many shelters around the country provide free or reduced prices for these important services.
  • Volunteer: Volunteering powers the "no-kill" movement. Find a shelter in your area and donate your time to this worthwhile effort. 
  • Spread the word: Amplify the urgent message of pet homelessness by educating family and friends on these startling statistics. Also help increase awareness by showing your support on Facebook or Twitter. 
CHANGE BEGINS WITH YOU!

See further down the page for 
National Data Bases 
in your area
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Las Vegas and Surrounding Areas
(City of Las Vegas has a mandatory spay/neuter law)



Financial Assistance for Spaying/Neutering Pitbulls and Pitbull mixes.

Our Mission:

Celebrating America’s “pit bull” dogs while working to end canine discrimination, no matter the breed, through education, advocacy, owner support and accessible services.

Our Vision:
To be part of a community where dogs are seen as individuals and are treated as such. Bring about a drastic reduction in the number of healthy dogs who are euthanized. Accomplishing this through education, accessible services and community partnerships.

Heaven Can Wait Society
(702) 655-4800 ext 203
(702) 227-5555 Main Line
Services - Fees

Las Vegas Valley Humane Society
(702) 434-2009 or call Sandy at
(702) 217-6355 for an appointment
The Las Vegas Valley Humane Society (LVVHS) offers low cost spay and neuter referrals for cats and dogs, for both owned and stray animals. If you are feeding a stray cat, please contact the LVVHS. All appointments are made through the LVVHS directly. Call 434-2009 or email us at lvvhs@cox.net.

Pet Awareness & Welfare Services (PAWS)
Paws Spay/Neuter Voucher Program covers part of the cost of the pet sterilization surgery for dogs and cats to pet owners in the Las Vegas area in need of financial assistance due to low-income, age, health, and hardship in an effort to help decrease the pet overpopulation problem.  Fill out an application here.

Daily from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Prices
Walk-in clinic 3-5 PM everyday 
(except Tuesday and Wednesday)

The Animal Foundation 
(702) 384-3333 ext 137
655 N. Mojave Rd., Las Vegas, NV
The Animal Foundation’s Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic is committed to providing quality services for a fraction of the cost of traditional veterinary hospitals. Our Clinic team is comprised of licensed veterinarians, licensed veterinary technicians and veterinary assistants dedicated patient comfort and care.

HOURS OF OPERATION
Main Campus Public Hours:
  • Adoptions: 11am-7pm daily 
  • Lost & Found: 10am-7pm daily 
  • Low-Cost Vaccine Clinic: Monday-Friday, 3-6pm; Saturday-Sunday, 10am-3pm 
  • Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays (appointments suggested) 
  • PetSmart Charities Everyday Adoption Center Adoptions: 9am-8pm daily (until 7pm Sundays).
Town Center Animal Hospital (702)262-1300
At Town Center Animal Hospital we want to ensure structure, as it is the mosmpetitive pricing i the Las Vegas Valley.

West Charleston Animal Hospital      
(702) 362-7387
Walk ins welcome or call to make an appointment. Please note our lowered prices. All Spay & Neuter fees include pre-anesthetic exam, IV catheter, anesthetic monitoring and all pain medication pre-& post operative, and nail trim. (Does not include Advanced Procedures, Pre-Operative Testing, Or E-Collar) Not Valid with any other specials or coupons.
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Free and Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Database
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).
Search this database by zip code to help you find low-cost spay/neuter programs in your community.

ASPCA MOBILE spay/neuter clinic (NY) offers free or low-cost spay/neuter surgery for financially needy dog and cat owners with proof of public assistance. Please contact our hotline at (877) SPAY-NYC for a listing for dates and locations

Get Your Fix Free and low cost Spay and Neuter Clinics for every U.S. state...GetYourFix is the FiXIT program designed to make zero companion animal euthanasia a reality by targeting one of the main obstacles for caregivers to fix their animals - the expense.

Low Cost or Free Spay Neuter Programs in the United States


Spay USA Help us end pet overpopulation!
1-800-248-SPAY (1-800-248-7729)Our phone counselors are available
Monday-Friday 8:30a.m./5:30p.m. est Saturday 9:00a.m./2:00p.m. est
North Shore Animal League America's SpayUSA is a nationwide network and referral service for affordable spay/neuter. Developed in 1993, for nearly 20 years SpayUSA has helped hundreds of thousands of people nationwide obtain low cost, quality spay/neuter services.


 The city of Las Vegas, in Clark County, Nevada, has adopted a mandatory spay/neuter law. It is now a crime to have a pet 4 months of age or older that is not sterilized and can be punishable by up to 6 months in jail and a fine up to $1,000.



Four (4) months of age is too young to spay or neuter a pet. It's best to wait until your pet is approximately six (6) months or older. Always talk to your veterinarian  about when he/she feels is a good age for your pet to go through this procedure.

You will be surprised at the many Health Benefits (besides the obvious) for your pet by spaying and neutering. Your pet will live a longer life and could avoid the diseases associated with NOT spaying and neutering.



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