Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinics
We offer low cost spay and neuter clinics for cats and rabbits, and for dogs at separate clinics. If you are interested in signing up for one of our clinics, please follow the guidelines below. We require clients to make full payment BEFORE being signed up for the clinic. You can make an appointment by calling the shelter directly at (802)885-3997 and using a debit/credit over the phone. You may also stop in during open shelter hours with cash payment. Any calls after hours will be returned when we return to the office.
Space is limited and on a first come/first serve basis,
so please do not delay.
Male cat: $50
Female cat: $60
Rabbit male or female: $80
Female dog: $120
Male dog: $100
(required by state law for cats or dogs not currently up to date- MUST show proof of vaccine)
(highly recommended, especially for cats that have not had one previously or are let outdoors, or young dogs who haven't had a series. A booster will be required 2-4 weeks afterward at your own veterinarian)
Microchip - $25
We check for fleas and ear mites on the recovery table. There is a $10 fee for the treatment of fleas for dogs, a $5 fee for the treatment of fleas for cats, and a $5 fee for the treatment of ear mites. This payment will be due upon pick-up with cash or debit/credit only. We do not accept checks for any clinic payments.
-Clinics are located at Springfield Humane Society
-Drop off time is 8:15-8:45 AM
-Pick up time is 3 PM (There will be an additional charge of $10 for any pet not picked up on time)
-All cats should arrive in separate, secure cat carriers with a blanket or towel
-Rabbits must have access to hay and water before and after surgery
-Cats OVER 5 months need food pulled by 8 PM the night before surgery, water is OK
-Cats UNDER 5 months can have access to food and water before surgery
-All dogs need to be on leash. Leave dog in car and come in to register, then staff will give you directions on bringing your dog in.
-Dogs need food pulled by 8 PM the night before surgery, water is OK.
2020 dates - subject to change
All clinics are for rabbits and cats except where noted.