Spay Neuter Clinics

Schedule:

Our Spay/Neuter clinic will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays on an alternating schedule between cats and dogs, starting with cats on Tues June 11th and dogs on Thurs June 13th. 

For pets 4 months and older. All animals must be healthy with no underlying health issues.

If you are in need of immediate or urgent veterinary care, please visit our links page for resources.

Fees:

Cat: Includes Rabies vaccine, Distemper vaccine, a Microchip, and a surgery cone.

    • Spay surgery for a female cat is $195
    • Neuter surgery for a male cat is $140

Dog: Includes Rabies vaccine, Distemper vaccine, a Microchip, and a surgery cone.

    • Under 50lbs:
      • Spay surgery for a female dog is $390
      • Neuter surgery for a male dog is $290
    • 50lbs – 100lbs:
      • Spay surgery for a female dog is $440
      • Neuter surgery for a male dog is $340
    • Over 100lbs:
      • Spay surgery for a female dog is $490
      • Neuter surgery for a male dog is $390

Remove pet’s food and water at midnight before scheduled appointment. Drop off times are between 7:15am and 8:15am. Please use the side entrance on the left-side of the building as the front door will be locked during that time. We kindly ask that all cats are in a carrier and all dogs are on a leash. If anyone else will be dropping off or picking up your pet, we will need a signed note from you giving that person permission to do so. In that note, please include the services your pet is receiving. Spay/neuter packages include Rabies vaccine, Distemper vaccine, a Microchip, and a surgery cone.

Payment:

  • Payment is accepted by cash or credit card and is due in full when scheduling appointment.
  • Please call as soon as possible if you need to reschedule your appointment.
  • Payment is nonrefundable if you are to cancel your appointment.

Serving The Greatest Need

The Humane Society For Greater Nashua vaccine clinic and spay/neuter clinic exist to serve pets whose caretakers would otherwise be unable to provide this care. We operate on the honor system and ask that if you can afford to provide these services at one of the many local veterinary practices that you do so. These services are available in limited quantities thanks to donations and grants.