Spay and Neuter
We believe every animal deserves care and should have access to low-cost veterinary services. That’s why we offer low-cost spay/neuter surgeries for all of Atlanta’s pets.
Our low-cost spay/neuter services are by appointment only, Wednesday through Saturday at our West Midtown location. Appointment drop-off time for all animals is 7 a.m., and you’ll receive further details in your email confirmation after you make an appointment. You will also receive pick-up information in your confirmation email.
All spays/neuters include a free, mandatory microchip if your pet does not already have one, post-operative pain medication, a nail trim, and an elizabethan collar (a cone to protect them from licking their incision site). If your animal requires a hernia repair during their surgery, there will be an additional $15 fee. Please note that we require full payment when making your appointment and that this fee is non-refundable if you do not show for your appointment.
Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Packages
All packages include a spay or neuter surgery, a microchip (if your pet doesn’t currently have one), a nail trim, an e-collar, and appropriate pain medication.
|Package Name||Also Includes:||Cost|
|Dog Package||DA2PP, Bordetella, Rabies vaccines||$110|
|Cat Package||FVRCP, Rabies vaccines||$95|
|Low-income Qualified Spay/Neuter Package||Species-appropriate vaccines||Refundable deposit: $40 for cats, $50 for dogs|
Wednesday – Saturday
981 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta, Ga. 30318
Request an Appointment
You can request a spay or neuter appointment through the link below. A team member will be in touch with you shortly to confirm your appointment. Please note that our offices are closed Sunday through Tuesday. If you submit a request during this time, our team will contact you as soon as possible once they return to the office.
We require clients to pre-pay in full at the time of the appointment request. The deposit amount listed at the link below covers the full amount of surgery, and no additional charges after this payment will be made.
Please note that we require a current rabies vaccine at the time of surgery.
If you do not provide proof of a current rabies vaccine for an animal over 3 months of age, we will provide your pet with a 1-year rabies vaccine at the time of surgery. If your pet has a current rabies vaccine, please submit their veterinary records showing this when making your appointment under the “List of Documents” section at Step 2 in the appointment bookings page. Please note that a rabies tag is not an accepted form of verification, and your veterinary records must indicate the month, day, and year that your pet’s rabies vaccine was administered.
Fee-waived spay/neuter is available for owners who can provide proof of any of the following: social security income, unemployment benefits, Medicaid/Medicare, disability income, or food stamp benefits (EBT card).
Found a cat outdoors?
Community cats are unowned, free-roaming cats that may or may not be friendly towards people. While a community cat might look the same as a lost, stray pet cat, community cats survive by avoiding close human interaction.
Unowned feral and community cats are eligible for a free spay/neuter surgery through the Atlanta Humane Society’s TNR (trap-neuter-return) program. Click here for more information on community cats and our TNR program.
Are you a community cat caregiver?
If you need assistance or other resources to care for your colony, please contact our Resource Center for more information at 404-875-5331.
Our Resource Center is available to take your call 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 404.875.5331.