Discounted spay and neuter services are offered to everyone regardless of income or residency. Call 202-726-CARE to schedule by phone. Spay and neuter services are available by appointment only and a $20 deposit is required to schedule. You must bring proof of rabies vaccination or purchase one at the time of the procedure.
District Of Columbia
Low-cost spay/neuter clinic. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, there is a walk-in clinic for reduced price vaccinations, flea and tick treatment, dewormer, or microchipping.
Those who meet income qualifications receive free spay/neuter. Low cost spay/neuter is available to all. Online application available.
Low cost spay/neuter clinic without residency or income restrictions.
A subsidized voucher program for low-income residents of Fredrick County.
Low-cost spay/neuter with income restrictions. Online application available
Low-cost spay/neuter with no residency or income requirements. Females over 90 lbs not accepted. A reduced rate voucher is also available to those with a household income under $45,000.
County residents can get low cost referrals to local veterinarians. For voicemails, please leave a message in box 6.
Low-cost neuter clinic on Maryland’s eastern shore. Does not accept personal checks.
Low cost spay/neuter available to residents of Southern Maryland.
Low cost spay/neuter without restrictions.
Certificates purchased at the Animal Welfare League are good for low cost spay/neuter at many veterinary clinics in the area. No restrictions on income.
Low-cost spay/neuter ($120-155 for dogs) to those with a household income under $40,000. Additional assistance possible if you can’t afford the reduced fee.
Spay/Neuter services and affordable vaccinations are available to everyone regardless of income or place of residence.
Residents of Northern Virginia can call to get a control number, which is used at local participating veterinarians for low cost spay/neuter. Registration forms available online.