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Spay/Neuter Clinic

HSHA provides a Spay/Neuter Clinic for owned cats and dogs at HSHA.

Important Notice:  Spay/Neuter Clinic operations are temporarily on hold.  

Please see list of other area organizations with clinic programs:

Important Information

PROOF OF VACCINES: Proof of vaccination is required at the time of your pet’s appointment. Even if you attended a one of HSHA’s vaccine clinics you still must have the paperwork with you documenting which vaccines your pet received. Please note that a rabies tag is not sufficient proof of vaccination. If you cannot provide proof your pet’s vaccines are up-to-date, they will be administered for $10 per rabies vaccines and distemper combination vaccine.

SURGICAL REQUIREMENTS: To schedule an appointment, your pet:

  • Should be in good health
  • Should not be overweight
  • Should be at least 4 months old
  • Should not be any older than 5 years old (Some larger breed dogs will need to be younger than 5 – just ask at the time you schedule your appointment.).
  • (If a male), should have two testicles that can be felt upon examination
  • If your female dog is in heat, we recommend postponing the surgery until 8-10 weeks after the last signs of heat. If you would still like to proceed with the surgery you will be required to sign a high risk surgical waiver.
  • Please note: We do not spay/neuter small animals such as rabbits.  We also do NOT spay/neuter certain *high risk* breeds such as Dobermans and brachycephalic breeds such as English or French bulldogs, Pugs and Persian cats.