Spay and Neuter Services


AHS Veterinary Center

The Atlanta Humane Society provides affordable spay and neuter services for owned cats and dogs in Georgia thanks to the financial support and subsidization from partners including the Holland M. Ware Charitable Foundation, the Petco Foundation, PetSmart Charities and Georgia Department of Agriculture.

Petco Foundation

Petsmart Charities

Appointments are available Wednesday- Saturday at the Atlanta Humane Society’s Howell Mill Campus in Atlanta.

SCHEDULE APPOINTMENT IN ATLANTA

If you live in these zip codes (30318, 30314, 30310, 30331), you are qualified for a free surgery and transport package. 

When you schedule this spay and neuter package for your pet, you will be required to drop off your pet prior to surgery and pick up your pet after surgery from a designated location. Our team will transport your animal to and from our spay/neuter clinic.

 

The drop-off time for this service is 7 a.m. at Butler Street Community Center.

Butler Street Community Center
17 Jesse Hill Jr Dr. NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

We offer this surgery and transport package on 3-4 dates each month. Please click below to schedule your appointment and view available appointment dates.

Butler Street Community Center

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Costs at our Howell Mill Campus

Our spay/neuter services are subsidized by generous donors so that we can provide affordable spay/neuter services to our Atlanta community. Appointments are open to all, but we do offer further reduced, low-income costs* for those who qualify.

Service Cost
Dog Spay/Neuter $90 ($50 low-income cost*)
Cat Spay/Neuter $50 ($40 low-income cost*)
Rabies Vaccine $10
DA2PP Vaccine (Dog) $10
FVRCP Vaccine (Cat) $10
Nail Trim $5
E-Collar $10
Hernia Repair $15
Cryptorchid (undescended testicles) $15

 

*Low-income cost (limit 3/household per year)
This is the cost of spay/neuter and other services available to pet owners who are currently receiving government assistance. Clients applying for low-income costs of services must:

  • register their own pets and bring them in on their scheduled appointment date (family members, friends, neighbors, etc. may not bring pets in for low-income clients)
  • present a valid, state issued picture ID and proof (with the same name/address) of any of the following: Social Security Income, Unemployment Benefits, Medicaid/Medicare, Disability Income, or Foodstamp Benefits (EBT card)

 

For more information, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or call 404.875.5331.