ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Feral/Untamed Cats
Please contact Forgotten Felines at (707) 576-7999.

Rabbits
Please contact:
Dr. Pfann
Brandner Veterinary Hospital in Petaluma
(707) 762-3549

Dr. Lankes
Heritage Veterinary Hospital in Santa Rosa
(707) 576-0764

For rabbit neuters only:
Montecito Veterinary Hospital in Santa Rosa
(707) 539-2322.

Rescue Groups
We work with several rescue groups for spay/neuter surgery. Please contact us for pricing and scheduling.

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic

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To use our facility, pet owners must be 18 years of age or older and be a resident of Sonoma County. This clinic is a donor- and grant-funded program providing low-cost spay and neuter services to families who cannot afford area veterinary services. If this does not describe your family, please contact area veterinarians or search online.

Please Note the Following:

  • All paperwork will be sent to you via email prior to your appointment. If you are unable to print and fill it out in advance, it will be provided to you at intake.
  • Discharge instructions will also be sent to you in advance; please review these before the day of your pet’s surgery.
  • Check-in times will be staggered. Your scheduled appointment time will be your check-in time.
  • PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME or you may have to wait until all other check-ins are completed.

When You Arrive for Your Scheduled Appointment:

  • Park in one of the parking spaces in front of the clinic.
  • Leave your animal(s) in the car and approach the check-in table. All pets must remain in your car until a staff member has instructed you otherwise.
  • Please make sure cats are in carriers and dogs are on leash.
  • Some dogs may be fearful of being approached by an unknown person wearing a mask; we will work with you to safely get your dog out of the car and into the clinic.

Please do not hesitate to reach out via email at spayneuter@humanesocietysoco.org or give us a call at (707) 284-3499 if you have any questions.  If we are unable to answer the phone, we will give you a call back if you leave your name and number. For a faster response time, please email. Thank you for your patience as we continue to respond to the volume of community needs!

CATS

Do not feed your cat after midnight (except kittens less than 6 months of age); water is okay. Each cat must be in its own carrier.

Beginning July 1, 2022, we will offer two tiers of pricing:

  • TIER ONE – those who qualify based on low-income (see details under “Eligibility Criteria” below)
  • TIER TWO – those who do not qualify based on low-income

TIER ONE:

Female Cat: $95

Male Cat: $75

Cryptorchid: + $45 (retained testicle/s)

Brachycephalic**: + $45

TIER TWO:

Female Cat: $140

Male Cat: $120

Cryptorchid: + $50 (retained testicle/s)

Brachycephalic**: + $45

**Brachycephalic: Flat faced – these cats require extra care during surgery and recovery

INCLUDED IN PRICE:

  • physical exam
  • surgery
  • pain medication
  • microchip (microchips are required for all public spay/neuter clients)
  • nail trim upon request
  • Rabies Vaccination: $15
  • FVRCP Vaccination: $15
  • FeLV Vaccination: $20
  • FeLV/FIV Test: $25
  • Flea Treatment: $20
  • Dewclaw Removal: $25/ea
  • Baby Tooth Extraction: $25/ea
  • Umbilical Hernia Repair: $40
  • IV Catheter: $15
  • Ear Cleaning: $5
  • Tapeworm Treatment: $10
  • E-collar: $10

DOGS

Do not feed your dog after midnight (except puppies less than 6 months of age); water is okay. Please be sure to have dogs on leash.

Beginning July 1, 2022, we will offer two tiers of pricing:

  • Tier One – those who qualify based on low-income (see details under “Eligibility Criteria” below)
  • Tier Two – those who do not qualify based on low-income

TIER ONE

Female Dog 4-50 lbs:  $145

Female Dog 51-100 lbs:  $185

Female Chihuahuas and Pit Bulls*:  $100

Male Dog 4-50 lbs:  $125

Male Dog 51-100 lbs:  $160

Male Chihuahuas and Pit Bulls*:  $100

Cryptorchid:  + $45 (retained testicle/s)

Brachycephalic**:  + $45

TIER TWO

Female Dog 4-50 lbs:  $225

Female Dog 51-100 lbs:  $300

Female Chihuahuas*: $100

Female Pit bulls*: $100

Male Dog 4-50 lbs: $200

Male Dog 51-100 lbs: $250

Male Chihuahuas*: $100

Male Pit bulls*: $100

Cryptorchid: + $50 (retained testicle/s)

Brachycephalic**: + $45

*Our veterinarian will make the final determination on discounted breed pricing/qualification

**Brachycephalic: Flat faced – these dogs require extra care during surgery and recovery

INCLUDED IN PRICE:

  • physical exam
  • surgery
  • pain medication
  • microchip (microchips are required for all public spay/neuter clients)
  • nail trim upon request
  • Rabies Vaccination: $15
  • DAPP Vaccination: $15
  • Lepto Vaccination: $15
  • Bordetella Test: $15
  • HWT Test: $10
  • Flea Treatment: $20
  • Interceptor+: $10
  • Dewclaw Removal: $25/ea
  • Baby Tooth Extraction: $25/ea
  • Umbilical Hernia Repair: $40
  • IV Catheter: $15
  • Ear Cleaning: $5
  • Tapeworm Treatment: $10
  • E-collar: $10

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Tier One spay/neuter pricing is offered to pet owners living in Sonoma County who meet the following income qualifications. Qualification prior to being seen is preferred, however at time of service will be accepted.

There are two ways to qualify:

  1. You or another person in your household is participating in one of these assistance programs: CalFresh / Food Stamps, SonomaWorks / CalWorks / TANF, WIC, Free or Reduced Lunch, AT&T Lifeline. Proof of participation is required.
  2. The combined income of all household members does not exceed the “very low income” limitation by household size below. Proof of income is required. Tax returns are required to qualify based on income; pay stubs will not be accepted.
  • 1 Person: $41,600
  • 2 Persons: $47,550
  • 3 Persons: $53,500
  • 4 Persons: $59,400
  • 5 Persons: $64,200
  • 6 Persons: $68,950
  • 7 Persons: $73,700
  • 8 Persons: $78,450

This program is generously funded by

Community Foundation Sonoma County

and the Ted and Joyce Picco Endowment Fund