The Pasadena Humane low-cost public spay and neuter clinic offers affordable surgery for dogs and cats.
Appointments will open on the last Sunday of every month for the following month. Demand is high and appointments fill quickly. You can check the website throughout the month for cancellations. We do not maintain a wait list.
Male and female cats (2lbs and over): $150
Small dog (2-30lbs): $295
Medium dog (31-50lbs): $350
Large dog (51lbs and over): service unavailable at this time
*By law, all dogs over four months require a current rabies vaccine and pet license. If your dog is not licensed, please be prepared to pay for a license the day of your dog’s spay/neuter surgery at pickup. Licensing fees vary by city.
No Additional Fees
There are no additional fees for any offered services. At check in, you will be able to select from the services we provide: vaccination (FVRCP, DA2PP, rabies, bordetella), microchip, flea treatment for cats, nail trim. The cost of these services is included in the surgery fee.
A limited volume of low-cost spay/neuter appointments are available to residents of Pasadena Humane’s 11 service cities. Proof of residence is required to book. Payment is required at time of appointment booking through our online scheduling system. No-shows to appointments will be non-refundable. Check-in is between 7:15 and 8:00 am. Your pet must be picked up at 3pm. There are no exceptions.
If you see a message that says “No appointments are available this month” on our scheduling tool, that means appointments have filled for the month and/or have not been released yet for the following month. Please check back on the last Sunday of every month or check back anytime for cancellations.
*California law requires that every dog over four months old be vaccinated against rabies and licensed. If your dog is not licensed, please be prepared to pay for a license the day of your dog’s spay/neuter surgery at pickup. There is an additional fee for a pet license. Licensing fees vary by city.
If you are concerned for your pet after their spay or neuter surgery, the post-operative instructions answer many common questions.
If your pet is experiencing a life threatening emergency we recommend you take them to a veterinary emergency clinic right away.
We are happy to see your pet back if there are any complications related to the surgery. Please complete the Recheck Request Form. We will contact you with further instructions.
Pasadena Humane offers low-cost sterilization, ear-tipping and vaccines for community cats. Learn more about community cats and make an appointment.
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