SPAY AND NEUTER
October 3, check in starts at 8am
10351 S Sasabe Rd, Tucson, AZ
Vaccines (w/ Surgery only)
October 10, check in starts at 8am
The Animal League of Green Valley
1600 W Duval Mine Rd, Green Valley, AZ
Free Vaccines (w/ Surgery only)
FOR ALL ASAVET ABOVE
No food after 12AM (the morning of surgery)
Pets under 5mo of age do not need fasted
All dogs must be on a leash or in a pet carrier
All cats must be in a pet carrier
All pets must be a minimum of 2 months old and weigh 2 pounds
1st come 1st serve-no appt necessary, limited to 35 per day
October 6, 7am to Noon
1301 W. Duval Mine Rd.
PAWS, Marti Coleman, DVM 915-252-3358. PACC will also be there to provide licensing.
DHPP for dogs $18, FVRCP for cats $18. Rabies $14 for dogs and cats. Bordatella ($14 or $16), Feleuk $18. Heartworm test $25. Microchips $25.
October 14, 10am to Noon, NKPC $10 Microchips for Cats and Dogs
75 S. Montego (1 block east of Kolb, just south of Broadway)
No appt necessary. No limit. Dogs and cats must be on leash or in carrier.
Low Cost Clinics
These clinics may be ‘full service’ or may specialize in high volume spay and neuter. Even with specialized clinics they will often offer additional services such as vaccination, microchipping, nail trims etc. and some offer testing (heartworm, FIV/felv) and even dental cleanings.
Please note that there can be additional charges related to spay/neuter surgery for things such as “in heat” fees, pregnancy terminations, additional pain medication, protective e-collars, undescended testicles etc. Check the individual clinics’ websites or call for their hours of operation and a complete list of services and costs.
Also, individual clinics may have varying age and weight requirements. At the time of scheduling they will give you specific details such as when to withhold food prior to surgery, that cats MUST be transported in carriers, and other pertinent information.
Base rates range from $32-65 per male cat, $51-$75 per female cat, $64 -$110 for make dogs and $75-$140 for female dogs. Dogs in particular will depend on size.
Clinics offering low cost spay/neuter:
- Animal Birth Control Pet Care Clinic (ABC) – 1114 S. Craycroft (at 22nd St) (520) 745-4564 – http://www.animalbirthcontroltucson.com
- Arizona Spay/Neuter Clinic – 4 W. Grant Road (at Stone) – (520) 624-5005 or (877) 524-0017 – http://www.azspayneuter.com
- Eastside Pet Clinic – 7036 E Broadway Blvd. (at Pantano) (520) 731-1714 – http://www.eastsidepetclinic.com
Their spay/neuter rates are slightly higher, especially for larger dogs, but they offer full service care and serve the East side. Vaccines are mandatory here. If you can not show proof of current vaccines they will require them at the time of surgery.
- Humane Society of Southern Arizona (HSSA) – 635 W. Roger Rd – (520) 881-0321 – http://www.hssaz.org
Vaccines are mandatory here. If you can not show proof of current vaccines they will require them at the time of surgery.
- Pet Doctor Rx – 6464 N. Oracle (at Orange Grove) (520) 829-5166 – http://petdoctorx.com
This clinic also offers full service care. Requires vaccinations be up to date prior to scheduling alter.
- Santa Cruz Veterinary Clinic – 5408 S. 12th Ave. (at Nebraska) (520) 889-9643 – http://www.santacruzpet.com
This clinic offers full service care.
Free, small additional fees or negotiable co-pays
A program that offers spay/neuter for a $15 co-pay or lower if receiving government assistance.
Choose which clinic best accommodates your needs. Most participating clinics cover the full cost of surgery including in heat fees, pregnancy terminations and cryptorchidism (undescended testicles), but be sure to ask individual clinics about possible additional charges which can vary by clinic. On occasion, some dogs require protective e-collars ($10-12) if they’re licking their surgical site and two clinics require vaccines at an additional cost ($5-23).
This link will take you to the PETFIX flier:
- English: http://www.awasa.org/images/pdf/englishpetfix2016.pdf
- Spanish: http://www.awasa.org/images/pdf/spanishpetfix2016.pdf
Some clinics may have an extensive wait list. While the Humane Society of Southern Arizona requires mandatory vaccines at an additional cost ($23), they sometimes accommodate more animals than the limit and can get animals in more quickly especially if they are in heat or pregnant. Guadalupe does not maintain a waiting list, but rather takes appointments on a first come, first serve basis at the beginning of each month until they run out of vouchers (usually in under 10 business days).
The Animal League of Green Valley
A non-profit No Kill shelter with funding to offer low cost or free spay/neuter for the following areas: Green Valley, Amado, Arivaca, Vail, Corono de Tucson, ‘dogpatch’ and South Tucson. Surgeries are performed by two clinics in the area, For more information call James at (520) 625-3785
Spay and Neuter Solutions
A non-profit organization that helps defray the cost of spay/neuter for cats and dogs. There are no restrictions based on geographic location or number of animals per household, however, they have finite resources and funding can vary depending on specific grants they receive. Arrangements are made on a case by case basis with owners typically contributing a co-pay.
Applications for assistance can be found under the menu item “Services-Apply for Help” on their website at: http://www.spayandneutersolutions.org . Submitting online applications gets the fastest response.
If you do not have internet access they can be reached by phone at (520) 247-6469.