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Our affordable spay-neuter clinic for dogs and cats is open to income-qualified households of $60,000 or less in Northern Nevada. Spaying and neutering pets is important to help mitigate the high national rate of pet euthanasia, prevents unwanted pregnancies, and helps your pet live a longer, healthier life!

If you only see boxes that say “Vaccine Clinic” or “Tuesday Evening Vaccine Clinic” then that means there are no spay/neuter appointments available at this time. Spay/neuter appointments will only appear on the first Thursday of the month at 9am.

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Please Note

One pet per application. Applications are first-come, first-served. If no dates are available then all appointments are currently full. Please check back for new availability.

Minimum Spay/Neuter Ages

  • Kittens must be at least 2 lbs to be spayed or neutered.
  • Puppies must be at least 8 weeks old to be spayed or neutered.
  • Mothers can be spayed 8 weeks post whelping.

Non-refundable Deposit

A deposit ($25 for cats, $50 for dogs) is required at the time you schedule an appointment, which will be deducted from your total surgery fees after you show up.

First-come, First-served

Appointments are filled on a first-come, first-served basis to qualifying applicants who submitted their deposit.

Income-qualified Packages


For all types of dogs
$100up to 99 lbs
  • Spay/Neuter
  • Rimadyl
  • E-Collar
  • +$5 Nail Trim

Pit Bull Type Dogs

To help decrease shelter over-population
$50up to 99 lbs
  • Spay/Neuter
  • Rimadyl
  • E-Collar
  • +$5 Nail Trim


Spay/Neuter procedure
$55Non-refundable deposits is $25
  • Spay/Neuter
  • +$5 Nail Trim


Spay/Neuter procedure
$35Non-refundable deposit is $25
  • Spay/Neuter
  • +$5 Nail Trim

Additional Costs:

  • Bloodwork (recommended for pets 7 and older): $54
  • Cryptorchids (Inguinal/Abdominal): $65
  • Umbilical/Hernia Repair: $20
  • In heat/delicate tissue/obese/abnormal uterus: $30
  • Pregnancy: $55
  • Microchip: $15
  • Nail Trim: $5

Required Vaccines:

If you do not have proof of these vaccinations from an authorized provider at the time of check-in, the appropriate vaccine will be given during your pet’s surgery and the costs will be added to your invoice.

  • [Dogs and Cats] Rabies: $15
  • [Cats] FVRCP (Feline Distemper/Panleukopenia): $15
  • [Dogs] Distemper/Parvo (DHPP/DH2PPV): $15
  • Recommended vaccine: Bordetella (Kennel Cough): $15
  • Recommended vaccine: Canine influenza (requires initial shot and a booster shot 3 weeks later): $30 each

What you need to know

  • Rescheduling is not an option once an appointment has been made.
  • If your pet is in heat or pregnant, the additional costs associated with the surgery will be the owner’s responsibility.
  • Surgeries will be scheduled up to four weeks in advance.
  • Self-administered vaccines are not accepted. All vaccines must have been administered by a licensed veterinarian.
  • While we encourage you to apply and pay online, applications and deposits may be submitted over the phone. High call volumes will make call backs take longer than usual and do not guarantee an appointment.
  • If your dog is over 99lbs, we cannot fix them and your deposit will NOT be refunded.

We recommend that all pet owners establish a relationship with a local, full-service veterinary hospital to provide for your pet’s health throughout its lifetime.

Make an appointment

Washoe County Regional Animal Services (WCRAS) has partnered with the SPCA of Northern Nevada to provide affordable spay and neuter services for dogs and cats belonging to low-income residents of Washoe County who qualify. This program is made possible by a grant from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (“ASPCA”).

Through this program, you can get your dog spayed/neutered for $20 or cat for $10!

To qualify you must be very low income or receive other governmental assistance such as SNAP, disability or unemployment due to COVID-19 and you must be a Washoe County resident.   We also offer free microchips, vaccinations and first-time licenses to those who qualify for the spay/neuter program.

Call Washoe County Regional Animal Services to see if you qualify: (775) 353-8955

WCRAS staff, contract veterinarian and support staff will be on-site to assist with this program. All pets must be current on vaccinations or they will receive vaccinations at the time of spay/neuter.

Dogs over four months of age are required to be licensed and WCRAS will provide the first license for free. If it is not a first- time license, renewals licenses are $8.

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