The Shalit-Glazer Clinic serves the medical needs of homeless animals at the MSPCA Boston Adoption Center and provides one-day spay-neuter and vaccination packages to qualifying low-income pet owners in the Boston area. Appointments are scheduled Tuesday – Friday.
Thanks to special grants and the generous donations of individuals, the MSPCA Shalit-Glazer clinic is able to offer $10 spay-neuter services for kittens and cats who live in Roxbury, Mattapan, or Dorchester. All cats using this program will also receive a rabies vaccination, FVRCP (distemper) vaccination, nail trim and flea treatment. You will be required to provide proof of residency at your appointment.Apply Now
The MSPCA has partnered with Hubcats Chelsea to provide free spay-neuter packages to Chelsea residents. Packages include spay or neuter surgery, rabies and distemper vaccines, microchip and nail trim.Apply Now
Email us an application and we’ll review your eligibility for a low-cost spay/neuter appointment for your cat at our Shalit-Glazer Clinic in Boston. Prices range from $75-$115 depending on your financial eligibility.Apply Now
The Shalit-Glazer clinic offers $50 spay-neuter surgeries to Pit Bulls in the Greater Boston area. The $50 package includes the spay-neuter surgery, rabies vaccination, distember vaccination, nail trim, flea treatment and a microchip. Residents of Dorchester, Roxbury, Roslindale, and Mattapan qualify for free pit bull spay/neuter. Email us an application and we’ll review your eligibility for a low-cost spay/neuter appointment for your Pit Bull or Pit Bull mix at our Shalit-Glazer Clinic in Boston.Apply Now
Your support allows us to offer subsidized spay/neuter services to qualifying pet owners at the Shalit-Glazer Clinic. Every contribution makes a real difference in the MSPCA’s efforts to end animal overpopulation in Massachusetts.Donate Now
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.See All Spay-Neuter Programs
Call us at 617-541-5007