Spay and Neuter Services
The San Diego Humane Society and SPCA has accessible spay and neuter programs for the San Diego community. These resources provide affordable spay/neuter surgeries to individuals who meet the eligibility requirements based on income. The program also aims to target specific animal populations that are at the highest risk for overpopulation, like pit bulls and feral cats.
This endeavor represents our efforts in a community-based movement called Spay San Diego (www.spaysandiego.com), which was developed earlier this year. It’s a collaboration that’s dedicated to helping the community locate affordable and low-cost assistance to spay and neuter their pets.
For eligibility, and for additional info about our spay and neuter services, please call the San Diego Humane Society at (619) 299-7012 extension 2334 or 2335.
The San Diego Humane Society currently offers the following spay/neuter resources:
Designed to provide affordable and accessible spay/neuter opportunities five days a week based on financial need.
The fees for spay/neuter are:
- $30 for male cats
- $50 for female cats
- $50 for male dogs
- $75 for female dogs
No additional fees for pregnant, in-heat, or cryptorchid; pain medication is also included.
Rabies vaccine is required for all dogs (available for $6.00 if animal is not current). Other vaccines and microchips are also available, call for types and prices.
Litter Abatement Program (LAP)
Free public spay/neuter service for those who:
- Are relinquishing a litter of puppies or kittens (from their pet)
- Have found a stray litter of kittens and are able to capture the stray parent animal(s) (in the cities of Oceanside and Vista)