MORE THAN 25,000…
That’s how many spay and neuter surgeries Sacramento SPCA veterinarians will perform this year alone! The SPCA operates the only high-volume spay/neuter clinic in Northern California, and we recently opened a second, off-site clinic to accommodate even more surgeries.
Veterinarians at the SPCA’s two spay/neuter clinics are performing these lifesaving surgeries seven days per week as part of our on-going effort to curb pet overpopulation in the Sacramento region.
The clinics are open to residents of Sacramento County BY APPOINTMENT ONLY with drop off from 7:15AM to 8AM and pick up from 4PM to 5PM.
In addition to spay/neuter appointments for dogs, cats and rabbits, the SPCA offers special clinics for feral cats, as well as our “We Pay to Spay” clinics which provide free surgeries for pit bulls and pit bull mixes.
SACRAMENTO SPCA SPAY/NEUTER CLINIC LOCATIONS:
Main Clinic: Sacramento SPCA – 6201 Florin Perkins Road. For directions to our Main Clinic, please click Directions on the map, below.
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Clinic East: Sacramento County Animal Care & Regulation – 3839 Bradshaw Road. For directions to our Clinic East, please click Get Directions on the map, below.
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MAKE A SPAY OR NEUTER APPOINTMENT TODAY:
Call: 916-504-2810 (for dogs) or 916-504-2811 (for cats)
FERAL CAT SPAY OR NEUTER APPOINTMENTS:
Click here for more information on our feral cat clinics
WE PAY TO SPAY – FREE PIT BULL SPAY AND NEUTER APPOINTMENTS:
(Sacramento County and West Sacramento residents ONLY – Proof of residency required)
Click here for more information on our We Pay to Spay Program