Progressive spay/neuter programming is at the forefront of our mission because unnecessarily euthanizing pets can never be the solution to the pet overpopulation crisis in our region. Not only are spay and neuter the only ways to compassionately and proactively end this problem – they also keep your beloved pets healthier and happier.

Schedule Your Spay/Neuter Appointment

Our Clinic Services team typically books spay/neuter appointments roughly one month in advance. Since we receive a high volume of calls, we appreciate your patience as we respond to each message in the order we receive them.

Please bring a signed surgical consent form to your appointment. If you have questions about your appointment or spay/neuter in general, review our frequently asked questions or contact our Clinic Services team.

We appreciate your patience and understanding over the past few months and as we work through our reopening phase. Although we are now permitted to perform elective spay/neuter procedures, in order to adhere to our mission of ending pet overpopulation, we are focusing on community/feral cats, owned cats, City of Pittsburgh approved applicants and our partnering organizations. At this time, dog spay/neuter surgery spots are very limited. Once we are able to accommodate more dog surgeries, we will make an announcement.

Keep an eye on this webpage and our Facebook page for this announcement. Thank you again for your patience!

To schedule a spay/neuter appointment, click here.

*Full payment is required in order to schedule your appointment (you will be prompted to pay after entering your information in the online scheduling form). | 412.847.7004

Any calls for spay/neuter scheduling received after 2.22.21 will reflect our updated pricing found below and on our Vaccine Clinic page.

Pricing Information

As of Feb. 22nd, 2021, we have increased our fees due to rising medical supply costs. We remain committed to providing the highest quality of care to our patients while keeping our costs as low as possible for the people who love them. 


Female | $65
Male | $65
Includes injectable pain medication and an e-collar  – vaccines require are an additional fee.

Feral/Outdoor Package | $60
Includes injectable pain medication, rabies, FVRCP, ear tip and flea treatment. Cats must be feral and in a humane trap to receive this service. Trap rental is available through scheduling spay/neuter. 

Pit Bulls | $120-$160
Prices vary based on weight. Includes injectable pain medication and an e-collar – vaccines require an additional fee.

City of Pittsburgh Spay/Neuter Program