Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinics & Programs
- Our list includes low cost spay/neuter clinics, animal rescue organizations, voucher programs and other organizations that provide discounted spay/neuter services or vouchers in Connecticut and neighboring states. Click here for services for RABBITS.
- Please check with the program to confirm how to make an appointment, eligibility, current costs and pre-surgical instructions.
- In most cases, you do not have to limit your search to the city/state in which you live! Check with the program for eligibility.
- We are working to expand our network with additional programs that provide discounted spay/neuter services. Please contact us if there is a program that we have missed!
PLEASE NOTE: Tait's Every Animal Matters (TEAM) operates a mobile spay/neuter clinic that travels to many towns and cities throughout Connecticut. Please call them at (860) 399-5569 to ask about scheduling and appointments near you!
For additional resources in Massachusetts, please visit www.spaymass.org
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Rabbit Spay/Neuter 🐰
Following is a list of veterinarians who provide spay/neuter services for rabbits. To our knowledge, the only low-cost providers listed are Dakin Community Spay/Neuter Clinic in Springfield, MA and Humane Society of New York Animal Clinic in New York City. Please call the providers listed for information and appointments.
Frequently Asked Questions
Find out why Spaying and Neutering is good for you, good for your pet and good for the Community!
The cost of surgery should not be an obstacle. There are many low cost spay/neuter options in Connecticut and the bordering states. Please search our online directory or call (860) 216-1449 and let us help you find one.
An overwhelming number of dogs in Connecticut municipal pounds are Pit Bulls and Pit Mixes, making these dogs at high risk for euthanasia. Many clinics and programs offer discounted services for these breeds. Please search our online directory or call (860) 216-1449 and let us help you find one.
TNR stands for Trap, Neuter, and Return and refers to the practice of humanely capturing (community) feral cats, spaying or neutering them, and then returning them to their colonies for managed care such as daily feeding and providing shelters from the elements. Find out more about how to help feral cats.