Low Cost Spaying & Neutering

Medical services for animals can be expensive, but there are many low-cost options in the valley.  Several organizations recognize the impact of spaying and neutering on the homeless pet population and provide, or sponsor, inexpensive medical services for pets.

Please note: The following Neuter/Spay Programs, Organizations, and Veterinarians are simply recommendations for available neuter and spay services.  Big Hearts Animal Rescue Az in no way testifies to the cleanliness or reliability of the programs, organizations, or veterinarians.  We recommend that you use good judgement when corresponding/visiting the clinics that will perform your pet's medical procedures.  If something feels "not quite right" or the individuals responsible for your pet's medical procedure(s) feel untrustworthy, trust in your instincts!  There are plenty of other options to explore!

Additionally, many of these prices may have been subject to change since their documentation.  We recommend visiting the provided web resources, or contacting them directly, before scheduling.  <3

MashVet (Mobile Animal Surgical Hospital)
[rates effective as of 07/2014 - CASH ONLY]

  • Canine Neuter
    • Under 40lbs = $60
    • 40-70lbs = $75
    • Over 70lbs = $1 additional per pound
  • Canine Spay
    • Under 40lbs = $65
    • 40-70lbs = $90
    • Over 70lbs = $1 additional per pound
  • Feline Neuter = $35 (additional charge for Excessive Weight/Retained Testicles)
  • Feline Spay = $50 (additional charge for Heat/Pregnancy/Excessive Weight)

*Post-Surgery Pain Meds = $15

VISIT MashVet.net for additional information!

Spay Neuter Clinic
Locations in Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, North Phoenix, & West Phoenix.

  • Canine Neuter
    • Under 40lbs = $59
    • 40-70lbs = $81
  • Canine Spay
    • Under 40lbs = $71
    • 40-70lbs = $103
  • Feline Neuter = $28
  • Feline Spay = $47

*Post-Surgery Pain Meds = $15
*Heat, Pregnancy, Obesity, Retained Testicles charges may apply if condition is present.

VISIT SpayAz.com for additional information!

Niki's Place
1459 S. Higley Rd., Suite 104 | Gilbert | 85296

  • Canine Neuter
    • Under 15lbs = $75
    • 16-25lbs = $80
    • 26-40lbs = $90
    • 41-65lbs = $100
    • 66-80lbs = $110
    • 81-95lbs = $120
    • 96-110lbs = $150
    • 111-125lbs = $175
    • 126-150lbs = $195
    • Over 150lbs = $210
  • Canine Spay
    • Under 15lbs= $85
    • 16-25lbs = $90
    • 26-40lbs = $100
    • 41-65lbs = $110
    • 66-80lbs = $120
    • 81-95lbs = $130
    • 96-110lbs = $160
    • 111-125lbs = $195
    • 126-150lbs = $215
    • Over 150lbs = $235
  • Feline Neuter = $55
  • Feline Spay = $70

*Post-Surgery Pain Meds = $15
*Additional fees for Retained Testicles/Heat/Pregnancy conditions.

VISIT NikisPlace.com for additional information!

Scottsdale Spay and Neuter Clinic
7134 E. Mercer Lane | Scottsdale | 85254

  • Canine Neuter
    • Under 40lbs = $59
    • 41-80lbs = $79
    • Over 81lbs = $99
  • Canine Spay
    • Under 40lbs = $69
    • 41-80lbs = $89
    • Over 81lbs = $109
  • Feline Neuter = $29
  • Feline Spay = $59

*Post-Surgery Pain Meds = $19
*Additional fees for Obesity/Retained Testicles/Heat/Pregnancy conditions.

VISIT ScottsdaleSpayAndNeuter.com for additional information!

Katz & Dogs Wellness Clinic
8190 W. Union Hills Dr., Suite 145 | Glendale | 85308

  • Canine Neuter
    • Under 10lbs = $85
    • 11-30lbs = $95
    • 31-60lbs = $105
    • 61-90lbs = $125
    • 91 -100lbs = $155
    • 101-120lbs = $175
    • 121-150lbs = $195
  • Canine Spay
    • Under 10lbs = $95
    • 11-30lbs = $105
    • 31-60lbs = $125
    • 61-90lbs = $145
    • 91-100lbs = $165
    • Over 101lbs = $165 + $2/additional lb
  • Feline Neuter = $40
  • Feline Spay = $75

*All surgery fees include basic examination, pain meds, and nail trim.

VISIT KatzDogsWellness.com for additional information!

Nip and Snip Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic, LLC.
Surgery by appointment ONLY! --- (480) 580-8666

  • Canine Neuter
    • Under 25lbs = $55
    • 26-50lbs = $65
    • 51-75lbs = $75
    • 76-100lbs = $85
    • Over 100lbs = Unable to Accommodate
  • Canine Spay
    • Under 25lbs = $70
    • 26-50lbs = $80
    • 51-75lbs = $90
    • 76-100lbs = $100
    • Over 100lbs = Unable to Accommodate
    • (Please note: Dogs appearing to be in Heat, or very recently in Heat, may be determined to by staff to be ineligable for surgery.)
  • Feline Neuter = $35 (Additional fees for Obesity/Retained Testicles, if conditions present.)
  • Feline Spay = $55 (Additional fees for Obesity/Heat/Pregnancy, if conditions present.)

*Post-Surgery Pain Meds = $15

VISIT NipAndSnip.com for more details!

Dr. Kit's Mobile Vet
(602) 909-5383 --- Call for current locations and availability.

  • Canine Neuter
    • Under 20lbs = $55
    • 21-40lbs = $70
    • Over 40lbs = $70 + $1 per additional lb
  • Canine Spay
    • Under 20lbs = $70
    • 21-40lbs = $75
    • 41-60lbs = $80
    • Over 60lbs = $80 + $1 per additional lb
  • Feline Neuter = $29
  • Feline Spay = $49

*Additional fees for Retained Testicles/Heat/Pregnancy conditions.

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Altered Tails Barnhardt Clinic
7246 E. Main St., Suite #3 | Mesa | 85207
950 W. Hatcher Rd. | PHX | 85021

  • Canine Neuter
    • Under 50lbs = $65
    • 51-100lbs = $85
  • Canine Spay
    • Under 50lbs = $75
    • 51-100lbs = $95
  • Feline Neuter = $35
  • Feline Spay = $50

*Post-Surgical Pain Meds = $18
*Additional fees for Retained Testicles/Heat/Pregnancy conditions.

PRINT OFF the $5 coupon from Az Animal Welfare League HERE!

VISIT AlteredTails.org for additional information!

Arizona Humane Society
Margaret McAllister Brock Vet Clinic: 1521 W. Dobbins Rd. | PHX | 85041
Marge Wright Low-Cost Spay/NEtuer & Wellness Clinic: 1311 W. Hatcher Rd. | PHX | 85021
Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic: (602) 997-7585 (extension 4000)

  • Canine Neuter/Spay = $80-$146* (based on weight and gender) *Includes post-surgery pain meds.
  • Feline Neuter/Spay = $60-$80* (based on weight and gender) *Includes post-surgery pain meds.

*10% OFF clinic services for those with Military ID, in Law Enforcement, or Firefighters.
**5% OFF surgery if you bring in one of five items (Paper Towels, NEW Dog/Cat Toy, Unopened Dog/Cat Food, or Office Supplies).

VISIT AzHumane.org for additional information!

Spay/Neuter Incentive Program (SNIP):

 If you are on assistance, you may have your pet spayed or neutered at Marge Wright Low-Cost Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic or the Margaret McAllister Veterinary Clinic for 30% off of the cost.

VISIT the Az Humane Society SNIP website for additional information!

Maricopa County Animal Care & Control Spay/Neuter Events

Maricopa County Animal Care and Control holds Low-Cost Microchip and Free Rabies + Spay/Neuter events several times a month via their mobile "Neuter Scooter".  These events are first come, first serve.

MCACC also provides Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) vouchers for local veterinarian services.  These vouchers are available at both the MCACC East and West Valley Animal Care Centers at the beginning of each month (while supplies last).

VISIT maricopa.gov/pets for additional information!

Friends for Life Animal Rescue Low-Income Spay & Neuter Program
143 W. Vaughn Ave. | Gilbert | 85223

Friends for Life's Low Income Spay/Neuter program was created to assist low-income families with getting their dog or cat fixed (limited number per year).  If your household income is $45,000 or less, you may qualify for the program.  Complete an application, mail it in or drop it off, and if you are approved, you will receive a voucher to spay or neuter your dog or cat.

VISIT azfriends.org for additional information!

Pets in Need Action League Spay/Neuter Assistance Program

FREE Spay/Neuter is available to those that want, but are unable to afford, this service through an assistance program.  This program provides assistance to low-income residents of Pinal County only.  Qualifications include proof of current enrollment in a State or Federal assistance program or the maximum income by household size (HERE).  To qualify for this program, download and complete the application (HERE) (AQUI).

VISIT PinalPets.org for additional information!