Thank you for your interest in having your pet spayed or neutered! As part of our mission to reduce animal overpopulation, the MSPCA provides several low-cost spay/neuter programs throughout Massachusetts.
The Shalit-Glazer Clinic offers low cost spay/neuter services to qualifying cat and pit bull owners in need. The Clinic also serves the medical needs of homeless animals at the MSPCA Boston Adoption Center.Learn More
Thanks to several grants, the MSPCA at Nevins Farm offers low-cost spay-neuter surgeries for dogs, cats, and rabbits of low income residents in several Merrimack Valley communities.Learn More
Offered in Boston, Methuen, and Cape Cod
The MSPCA offers special discounted rates for qualifying owners of pit bulls. Pit bulls who qualify will receive a pre-surgical exam, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, rabies and distemper vaccination for $50. Residents of certain towns may qualify for free pit bull spay/neuter.
Thanks to a generous grant and private donations, we are able to offer low-cost cat spay and neuter clinics for qualifying low-income Cape Cod residents.Learn More
Since 1986, the MSPCA, in cooperation with the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA), has offered eligible pet owners a discount certificate accepted by nearly 200 veterinary hospitals and veterinary clinics throughout Massachusetts. To learn more about spaying and neutering click here. If you’re a veterinarian and would like to help, click here.Apply for SNAP Online
Do you want to have your pet spayed or neutered, but you don’t qualify for one of our low-income programs? In addition to 14 specialty services, Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston offers a primary care and wellness program, including spay-neuter surgery.Make an Appointment
The Angell at Nashoba clinic in Westford, MA offers low cost spay/neuter, vaccination, and basic veterinary care services to qualifying pet owners in need. With care provided by Dr. Laurence Sawyer and her team, the Clinic also serves as a rigorous academic and experiential training program for students enrolled at Nashoba Valley Technical High School.Learn More
The animal friendly license plate supports spay and neuter programs in Massachusetts. The initial cost of the “I’m Animal Friendly” license plate is $40. $28 of that fee will support this statewide spay/neuter program.Learn More
The Massachusetts Animal Coalition has put together a listing for low cost spay/neuter options by county. Click here to learn more.
Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society (MRFRS)
The “CatMobile” program offers affordable spay-neuter surgeries and vaccines to the cats of Merrimack Valley families in need of financial assistance.
Animal Rescue League Spay Waggin’
The Spay Waggin’ makes monthly scheduled stops throughout the South Shore and Cape to perform surgeries on an appointment-only basis.