Sacramento Area Spay/Neuter Programs
Below is a list of current programs in the Sacramento area that offer a low-cost alternative to get your pet spayed or neutered.
A-PAL Humane Society of Amador County
Jackson; 209.223.0410; A-PAL Humane Society of Amador County
Free spay/neuter for pitbulls, feral cats, and dogs and cats of Medi-Cal recipients. Feral cats accepted.
Animal Outreach of the Mother Lode
6200 Enterprise Drive #D, Diamond Springs; 530.642.2287; www.animaloutreachs.info
Cats Only Neuter $20 / Spay $30. Feral cats accepted.
Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic
3524 KOA Way, Auburn; 530.889.8800 www.animalspayneuter.com
(Tues, Wed and Thurs by appointment) Cats $10-$15 / $15-$30 Dogs $15-$60/$20-$75 Feral cats accepted.
City of Sacramento Animal Care Services
2127 Front Street, 916.808.7383 www.cityofsacramento.org/generalservices/animal-care
Free spay/neuter and vaccination clinic for pets of low-income residents of City of Sacramento. Some feral cat management assistance. Call to schedule an appointment. Proof of income required.
Coalition for Community Cats
Monthly clinics for feral cats (at Sacramento SPCA). Sign up online. $15 per cat.
Fieldhaven Feline Rescue
Spay/neuter assistance for feral cat caretakers, rescuers of feral or stray cats, and low-income residents of Lincoln, Newcastle, Wheatland and Sheridan. Services free but donations encouraged.
Folsom Feline Rescue
Spay/Neuter Your Pet program offers low cost spay/ neuter for Sacramento County residents: $20 per cat and $40 per dog. Feral cats: Free spaying and neutering for Folsom residents while funds last.
Placer County SPCA
Roseville; 916.782.7722 x201; www.placerspca.org
Spaying and neutering assistance for low-income Placer County residents while funds last.
Puppy Love Rescue Spay and Neuter Program
Apply online. For low-income individuals in the Sacramento area. Fee for service is $20 for each dog and $10 for each cat. Feral cats accepted. No rescue groups.
Sacramento Area Animal Coalition (SAAC)
Voucher Program: $10 co-pay for cats and $15 co-pay for dogs for West Sacramento and Sacramento County residents with annual income below $35,000. Funded in part by Teaching Everyone Animals Matter.
Sacramento County Animal Care and Regulation
4290 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento; 916.368.7387 www.saccountyshelter.net
SNIP Program: $20 co-pay for spay/neuter, vaccinations, licenses and microchips for cats and dogs of residents of unincorporated areas of Sacramento County with annual income below $35,000. Call 916.368.7387 and press 5. Mobile Spay/Neuter Commuter: Spay/neuter services in varying locations in unincorporated areas of county. No income requirement. Cats: $15 / $25 Dogs: $40 neuter or spay. Call (916) 874-FIXX.
6201 Florin-Perkins Rd.; 916.383.7387; www.sspca.org
Free spay/neuter for pit bulls and pit bull mixes: ext. 9017. Discount spay/neuter for other dogs and cats: ext. 9122
Cats Neuter: $20 Spay: $35 Dogs Neuter: $30–100 Spay: $40–110. Feral cats accepted.
Solano Feral Cat TNR Task Force
Some transportation for tame cats, $15-$45. Monthly clinics for feral cats in Solano and Yolo Counties at Solano County Animal Shelter. $15/cat.