Low Cost Spay / Neuter

The Problem

Overpopulation. The Humane Society estimates that U.S. shelters take in 6-8 million dogs and cats every year. Approximately half of these animals are euthanized. One of the best means we have of ending this problem is by making sure to spay and neuter our pets.

Programs

Atlantic Veterinary Hospital

Atlantic Veterinary Hospital – Atlantic Veterinary Hospital in the new provider of spay/neuter services for the St Johns County Animal Control's Pet Center. Dr. Erin Emmans and Dr. Herb Loeman are very well known in our community and their practice spans Duval, St Johns, Putnam, Flagler and Clay Counties. They offer very competitive rates on all veterinary services, so please email atlvethosp@gmail.com , visit www.atlanticveterinaryhospital.net or call (904) 738-8391 for more information.

Shelton Veterinary ClinicShelton Veterinary Clinic – Shelton Veterinary Clinic has an outstanding reputation in our community and offer competitive rates on all veterinary services including low cost spay/neuter. For more information, please visit www.shelvet.com, or call any one of their four locations, Elkton Office (904) 692-3935, Bunnell Office (386) 586-3000, Palm Coast Office (386) 447-7381 or their Interlachen Office (386) 684-4077.

Wags & Whiskers Pet RescueWags & Whiskers Pet Rescue – Wags & Whiskers Pet Rescue is a non-profit, no-kill pet rescue and adoption agency. They also operate SNAP, a low-cost spay/neuter assistance program to help end the heartbreak of pet overpopulation and the high rate of euthanasia in shelters. SNAP certificates are available at their adoption booth in Petco, Saturdays and Sundays, 11:30-5:00pm, or at their website: www.wwpetrescue.org.

St. Augustine Humane Society Spay ShuttleSt. Augustine Humane Society Wellness and Preventative Care Clinic Wellness Clinic offers a low-cost solution for preventative medical care. Our goal is to ensure all dogs and cats have access to medical care, regardless of financial circumstance. Discounted vaccines, heartworm tests, de-wormers, flea and tick preventatives, microchips, skin & ear treatments, and more. Every Wednesday 9am – 4pm.

Spay Neuter Clinic is part of the Humane Alliance clinic network, addressing the pet overpopulation issue with low-cost fees. Dogs start at $65. Cats start at $40. Feral Cat Packages are $45 (includes rabies, distemper, ear-tip). Humane Traps are available with a refundable deposit. Clinic operates every Tuesday 8am – 4pm.

Additional clinic days are scheduled throughout the month. Call for an appointment (904) 829-2737 or email info@staughumane.org. For more information, visit www.staughumane.org or St. Augustine Humane Society Facebook Page.

 

First Coast No More Homeless PetsFirst Coast No More Homeless Pets – The mission of First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) is to eliminate the killing of dogs and cats in our community through free and low-cost spay and neuter programs.

Spay and neuter programs are the only proven method for controlling the pet overpopulation crisis and they are committed to reaching those who need assistance. If you need help having your pet spayed or neutered, please send them an email or call (904) 425-0005. Visit www.fcnmhp.org.

St. Johns Animal Emergency HospitalSt. Johns Animal Emergency Hospital Low Cost Spay / Neuter Clinic –  Animal Emergency Hospital offers low cost spay neuter clinics as a community service for St. Johns County and surrounding areas. This service is designed for young, healthy pets. Older pets or those with medical issues, please speak with your regular veterinarian before scheduling elective surgery. Costs: Cat spay $55.00, neuter $35.00. Dog spay $65.00, neuter $55.00. Call (904) 794-5071 after 5 p.m. to schedule spay / neuter for your pet. Visit www.animalemergencyofstjohns.com/spay.htm.

Does your clinic offer low cost spay neuter services?

If your veteriarian clinic offers low cost spay and neuter services and you would like to be added to this page, please contact us at kmahanes@sjcfl.us or call to list your number.

Join us as we work towards a day when there truly are
no more homeless pets!

 

 

 

 

 

Animal related concern?

Field Office: (904) 209-0746
Pet Shelter: (904) 209-6190
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