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Affordable Spay and Neuter

The clinic will be closed for public surgeries, Wellness appointments & TNR on Thursday Dec. 24th, Friday Dec. 25 & Friday Jan. 1st

It's the right thing to do

At the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, we know that prevention saves lives. Prevention is an important pillar for our organization, where we provide the resources necessary to reduce suffering and improve health and well-being in Southern Arizona communities. The HSSA Low-cost Spay & Neuter Clinic offers affordable, high-quality spay/neuter as well as affordable vaccinations.

Spaying or neutering at 3-6 months old – before male maturity or the female’s first heat cycle – protects against reproductive health issues and prevents many unwanted behavior issues. It is safer, and recovery time is much faster, for pediatric patients. Complications occur less often. It is easier on the pet – anesthesia time is shorter and recovery is easier, too.

Why You Should Spay or Neuter Your Pet

  • Spaying or neutering is highly cost-effective: the costs of litters, fights, and/or health care are eliminated or reduced.

  • There are many ways to teach your children about the miracle of birth, without teaching them that puppies and kittens are disposable.

  • Spaying and neutering packs a powerful punch in the fight against pet overpopulation!

  • Your pet will live a longer, healthier life.

  • Your spayed female won't go into heat.

  • Your male dog won't feel the need to roam away from home...and it's not safe out there!

  • Spaying or neutering will NOT make your pet fat.

What does it cost?


Up to 20 Pounds $100
21-60 Pounds $125
61-80 Pounds $150
81-99 Pounds $175
100-150 Pounds $250

(Prices include e-collar and post-surgery pain medication)

Important Information

ALL animals are strongly recommended to have current vaccinations prior to surgery (see below). We can provide vaccinations at time of surgery. Puppies and kittens should have a series of vaccinations from 8 weeks to 5 months to be fully protected. We do not accept self-administered vaccines.

Recommended Vaccines Prior to Surgery
Cats: FRPC, RV 

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Request An Appointment


Please call to schedule an appointment: (520) 881-0321.
Appointments are available Tuesday - Friday. The HSSA Clinic is CLOSED on Sundays, Mondays, and major holidays.


Please fill out and submit the information form below to request an affordable spay/neuter appointment. You will receive a call or email from our Clinic within 48 hours of submitting the form, advising you of appointment availability. Spay/Neuter promotion below will change monthly. We are closed Sunday and Monday.

Where do I bring my pet for spay/neuter?

When you bring your pet to the HSSA Clinic, you will want to go to the blue Clinic building.

Location Map - Main Campus Locations - Clinic