At Animal Friends, we know that spay and neuter programs are the only way to proactively relieve the pet overpopulation problem. In Allegheny County alone, conservative estimates show that 20,000 homeless animals are euthanized every year. The problem is simple: there are too many pets and not enough homes.

Animal Friends offers subsidized spay and neuter services to ensure that all families can afford to spay or neuter their pets. Using conservative "multipliers" to estimate the number of offspring that would have been born in the absence of any spaying and neutering efforts, Animal Friends' low-cost spay and neuter program has prevented the births of more than 2.5 million unwanted kittens and puppies since 1993.

Call 412.847.7004 to schedule your low-cost spay/neuter surgery!


Prices for surgeries at Animal Friends' Clinic at 562 Camp Horne Road:

(Cats and Pit Bulls only at this location. Other breeds of dogs can be scheduled through our community vet program. Client must be prepared to pay at the time of scheduling. Payments can be made via credit/debit cards.) 

 
Feral Cat Package: $35 (includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, fvrcp vaccine, flea and ear mite treatment if needed and an ear tip)

For incomes less than $40,000 a year:
Cat Spay/Neuter $25
Pit bull Spay/Neuter $30

For incomes over $40,001 a year:
Cat Spay $50
Cat Neuter $40

Vaccines and Additional Services:
Rabies $10
FVRCP (Cats) $10
Feline Leukemia Vaccine $15
Bordetella (Dogs) $10
Distemper (Dogs) $10
FIV/FeLV Combo Test (Cats) $20
Microchip $20
Frontline (Single Dose) $5
Ear Mite Treatment (Single Dose) $5
Dewormer (Single Dose) $5
E-Collar $10

Prices for Community Veterinary Practices:
Office visit, vaccines, weight and age may bring additional charges.

Dog Spay starts at $85
Dog Neuter starts at $70
Cat Spay starts at $50
Cat Neuter starts at $45


THIS JUST IN: City Offers Free Spay/Neuter Surgeries
City of Pittsburgh residents, click here to learn more about the City's spay/neuter program!


We Appreciate Our Supporting Veterinarians!

Animal Friends' LCSN program depends on participation from compassionate veterinarians. These vets help us offer low-cost services to our clients. Please support these vets who are committed to ending suffering in our region.

Click here to see a list of participating vets.

If you do not live in southwestern Pennsylvania...Click here or use the box below to view your local low-cost spay/neuter programs.

Saves Lives: Sponsor a Spay!

Amaretto the catResearch shows that a single spay surgery can save 55 unwanted animals from being born. Those are 55 animals who won't wait in shelters...or worse. The only proactive way to reduce and eliminate pet overpopulation is through spay and neuter.

Save lives. Click here to sponsor a spay.

Donate today!

 

And, you can donate old cell phones and printer cartridges. Our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program receives cash for every donated phone and ink cartridge. Consider starting a cartridge drive at your workplace by spreading the word to co-workers and friends!

Items may be dropped off at Animal Friends at 562 Camp Horne Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.

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Contact Animal Friends' Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program

Carol Whaley, Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Coordinator
1.800.SPAY.PGH
cwhaley@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org

Animal Friends

Caryl Gates Gluck Resource Center
562 Camp Horne Road | Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Phone: 412.847.7000 | 412.847.7001
speak@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org

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