MSPCA Cape Cod Spay-Neuter Programs

Thanks to several grants and private donations, the MSPCA Cape Cod offers low-cost spay-neuter surgeries for qualifying dogs and cats. Owners must be on public assistance. Proof of assistance (Medicaid, food stamps, SSI, rental and housing assistance, fuel assistance, WIC, or unemployment) will be required at the time of your appointment.

If you are not currently receiving public assistance program, please describe your current situation on your application and why you are in need of low cost spay-neuter services. Due to limited resources, priority is given to individuals currently on public assistance. You may apply for more than one animal.

Low Cost Spay-Neuter for Dogs

The MSPCA-Cape Cod Offers:

All packages include the spay-neuter surgery, rabies vaccination, distemper vaccination, nail trim, and microchip (a form of permanent identification). Determining whether your dog is a Pit Bull/Pit Bull mix will be at the sole discretion of MSPCA employees at the time of appointment. To qualify for the free pit bull spay-neuter package you will be required to show proof of residency. Please bring your dog’s most current vaccination records. You may apply for more than one dog. Puppies need to be 12 weeks of age to qualify.

Low Cost Spay-Neuter for Cats

Thanks to The Massachusetts Animal Coalition, the Thomas C. McGowan Fund for Animals and the Cat-vocates, we are able to offer low-cost cat spay for cat owners on and off the Cape.

All packages include the spay-neuter surgery, rabies vaccination, distemper vaccination, a microchip (a form of permanent identification) and a nail trim. Flea treatment and dewormer is available for an additional $15. For the special $10 pricing, you will be required to provide proof of residency at your appointment.  Kittens must be 8 weeks of age.

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Can’t find a spay-neuter program that fits your needs? See all the options that the MSPCA-Angell has to offer. Spaying or neutering your animal is an easy way to do your part to help us solve the state’s animal overpopulation problem.

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Call us at (508) 775-0940.

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