Low-Cost Spay/Neuter OptionsAsk your family veterinarian about spaying or neutering your pet. Ideally, animals should be fixed at a young age to maximally prevent unwanted litters, undesirable behaviors and certain hormone-related diseases.
For those with financial concerns, there are many resources for low-cost spay and neuter surgery. A few local programs are listed below, but you can use the ASPCA’s low-cost spay/neuter locator for other options in your area.
These services are not run by the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine but by local non-profit organizations. The prices listed on this website are for use as guidelines only and may have changed since this page was last updated.
A wide variety of options are available for low-cost spay and neuter for residents of Yolo County.
See their website for more information: http://www.yolospca.org/
Sacramento SPCA Spay/Neuter:
Sacramento County residents only
At the Sacramento SPCA and Sacramento County Animal Care & Regulation
By appointment only
More information: http://www.sspca.org/page.php?sid=28
Solano Feral Cat Group
For pets and ferals, depending on the day
On select Sundays – check the schedule
Includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine (if old enough at time of surgery), and FVCRP vaccine
By appointment only
More information: http://www.solanoferals.org/index.php
Sacramento Area Animal Coalition (SAAC) Spay/Neuter Voucher Program
Sacramento and Yolo County residents only
No proof of income required for pit bulls, pit bull mixes, or cats
Proof of income required for all others
First-come, first-serve (limited resources available)
At local participating veterinary clinics
$15/dog and $10/cat
More info and application at: http://www.saacvoucher.org/saacvouchers/form.php
Spay Day 2012 (February 26):
Once a year
Yolo and Sacramento residents only
At various participating local veterinary clinics
$20/dog and $15/cat
Proof of household income $35,000 per year or less required
Includes spay/neuter, core vaccinations, microchip identification and registration, flea preventative
More info and application at: http://www.sacanimal.org/ (Application opens January 21)
Other low-cost spay/neuter programs in Sacramento can be found at SacAnimal.org