Spay/Neuter is one of the easiest ways to ensure your pet has a healthy, happy life.
All owned pet spay/neuter surgeries are by appointment only.
At this time, we are not able to schedule dog spay/neuter surgeries.
If you need to contact an animal practice we trust, please call any of the following:
San Antonio Humane Society: 210-226-7461
Spay SA: 210-351-7729
Perrin-410 Animal Hospital: 210-650-3141
Please submit a request for an appointment using our online Spay/Neuter Request Form, or you may call 210-655-1481 ext. 104/112 between the hours of 10:00am and 3:00pm Monday through Friday or from Noon to 2:00 pm on Saturday. Please leave a detailed message with your name and number and allow two to three business days for your message to be returned. A $35 non-refundable surgery deposit will be required to hold your appointment. You must arrive for an appointment between 7:00 am and 9:00 am. Each cat must be in its own carrier. Pickup will be from 4pm to 5pm on the day of the appointment.
Fees for Spay/Neuter Services
There is no need to qualify for the regular low-cost spays/neuter surgeries offered at our clinic. All animals must weigh at least two pounds in order to undergo a surgical procedure.
Services Available During Spay/Neuter Appointments Only:
Services for Cats
|Fecal Exam & Treatment||$35.00|
|Feline Vaccine Package|
(Includes rabies and FVRCP)
(Heartworms, FIV, FeLV)
If proof of rabies vaccination is not provided, the animal will be vaccinated and the owner will be charged accordingly.
Feline Fridays: Special Spay/Neuter Days for Owned Cats and Feral Cats
The first 15 owned cats by regular appointment and an additional 45 feral cats will be accepted for surgery on each specific Feline Friday.
Feral cats will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. All surgeries include a rabies vaccine with the fee of $35 for male cats and $50 for female cats. If you have attended SAFCC’s TNR Class, the fee to sterilize a feral cat is reduced to $20. ADL will verify all SAFCC attendees. If cats have a current rabies vaccine, they are not eligible for the feral cat surgery rate. Each cat or kitten must arrive in a humane trap (covered and only one cat or kitten is allowed per trap). Feral cats will be accepted between 7am and 9am. Pickup occurs on the same day between 4pm and 5pm. Feline Friday is subject to change without notice. If ferals are brought in a pet carrier, you will be charged owned-pet prices.