To reduce pet overpopulation and improve animal health, the Maryland SPCA provides high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter surgery for cats and dogs.
Altering dogs and cats can dramatically reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancers. Additionally, altered dogs and cats are less likely to wander and become lost while searching for a mate. Neutered and spayed pets are less likely to bite or become aggressive. These are all great reasons to spay or neuter your pet while helping to reduce pet overpopulation. To this end, all cats and dogs adopted from the MD SPCA are spayed or neutered before they are released to their new owners.
Who can get their pet spayed or neutered? Everyone!
While anyone can get their cat or dog spayed or neutered with us, we have some programs geared specifically to certain income levels and/or zip codes. To participate in an income-based program, you must meet one or more of the following criteria:
THE ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE THE SPAY OR NEUTER SURGERY, RABIES AND DISTEMPER VACCINATIONS, AND NAIL TRIM.
*Owners whose pets do not meet these requirements can have their pet spay/neutered at our Maryland SPCA Wellness Clinic.
Appointments: To make or cancel an appointment, go to our Spay and Neuter Clinic appointments page.
The Maryland SPCA strongly promotes spay/neuter programs to reduce pet overpopulation. Each year we spay/neuter more than 6,000 animals! The Maryland SPCA continues to be the state leader in providing spay/neuter services. Our spay/neuter clinic can be reached at 410-889-SPAY(7729) or firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to high demand we may take longer than 3 days to get back to you.
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