Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Resources
Every pet owner is welcomed at the clinic located in-house at the Animal Welfare Society. When you book your appointment at the clinic, we provide:
- spay/neuter surgery
- health exam
- rabies vaccine
Pricing is based on income, residence and grant funding.
Surgeries for the cats of income-qualified residents York County:
- $20 – Cats and kittens
- $0 – Stray cats or cats owned by residents of the Berwicks, Lebanon, and Sanford/Springvale (SNOBLE) (funding provided by PetSmart Charities)
- $0 – Feral cats
Surgeries for cats or dogs, regardless of owner’s income or town or state of residence:
- $60 – Cats 3 months or older*
- $150 – Male dogs (50 lbs. or less)
- $200 – Female dogs (50 lbs. or less)
Additional services, at time of surgery only:
- $10 – Rabies vaccine
- $10 – Microchip
*Spay surgery is FREE for mother cats if you keep the mother and turn the kittens over to AWS for adoption.
Please call us at (207) 985-3244 ext 120 to make an appointment.
Through our Cleo Fund, we work with veterinarians across the state of Maine to offer a voucher program for reduced cost surgeries.
Income-qualified cat owners residing in Oxford County:
(Funding provided by the Sewall Foundation)
$20 – Cat or kitten
$0 – Feral Cat
Income-qualified pet owners residing in all other Maine Counties:
$33 – Cat or kitten
$50 – Dogs (up to 80 lbs.)
$60 – Dogs (over 80 lbs.)
Please call us at (207) 773-6221 for more information.
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The state’s Animal Welfare Program also has a low-cost spay/neuter program for cats, pit bulls and pit bull mixes. Qualified pet owners pay just $10 for a cat’s surgery and just $20 for a dog’s surgery.
For more spay/neuter options near you, visit SpayMaine.