Pet overpopulation can be directly attributed to the number of unaltered dogs and cats. As a veterinarian, I look at this information as an opportunity to “fix” the problem, literally. ~ Dr. Kelly Harrison DVM (Veterinary Program Manager at PetSmart Charities). An estimated 8 million cats and dogs enter U.S. shelters every year. Only half will go on to find their forever homes. 


High-quality, high-volume spay/neuter clinics (HQHVSN) provide high-quality medical and surgical care for pets undergoing spay/neuter surgery. HQHVSN clinics are highly efficient and follow set protocols to maintain safety and standards*. Humane Alliance (HA), a national spay/neuter education center, provides specialized training in spay/neuter surgery to veterinarians, veterinary students and technical staff. The HA model focuses on efficient spay/neuter techniques and processes that enable clinics to perform a large number of safe, high-quality surgeries at low cost. 


Pets can get pregnant as young as 4 months old. But research shows that dogs and cats can be safely spayed or neutered at 2 months of age or 2 pounds in weight.

SPAY FLORIDA (member of the United Spay Alliance) connects you with low-cost spay/neuter clinics in your community. These specialized clinics will provide your pet with high-quality care at an affordable price. Most of the clinics listed are Non-Profit (they charge the pet parents what it costs THEM / No additional or hidden fees), many of the clinics listed have been trained & certified by the Humane Alliance, and a few are private vets (not trainned as high volue /low cost) extending their services to the community a limited number of services a lower rates than their usual (private vet/for profit) fees.

Clinic on the map below (UNDER CONSTRUCTION) to find a reasonable cost clinic in your County. 











* Humane Alliance adheres to the standards for Spay/Neuter Medical Care Guidelines developed in 2008 by the Association of Shelter Veterinarians' Veterinary Task Force to Advance Spay/Neuter.

Would you like your clinic listed? If you are a low-cost spay/neuter provider, or know of one that is not in this database, please e-mail us for consideration. Submission does not guarantee listing.



Research shows that 72% of people did not know the best time to fix their pet, or thought they should wait until six months.* 59% of those cat owners, and 38% of those dog owners, also admitted to having at least one accidental litter. Many of these "oops" litters end up in overcrowded shelters.



High-quality, high-volume spay/neuter (HQHVSN) clinics offer accessible and affordable services for pets who otherwise might not receive veterinary care. Our goal is to providing caretakers a statewide listing of affordable sterlization & welllness services provided by HQHVSN clinics, sterilization / vaccination of homeless cats, limited time specials / offers (Grant Funded Lower Rates),  & "regular" vets providing day/date-specific low cost services.



Low Cost clinics play a vital role in saving pets’ lives. Thousands of companion animals get sacrificed at Open Admission Shelters & pounds daily. Low Cost clinics save lives by preventing unwanted litters, the number of pets entering shelters decrease, and ultimately, so will the rate of "euthanasia".

Various Locations throughout Florida. Go to CLINICS (by County) page





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