WHS Spay/Neuter Clinic
At Willamette Humane Society, we receive more than 9,000 animals every year. Although we work diligently to save as many as possible through adoption and transfer to partner rescue organizations, there simply aren’t enough homes for them all.
Spaying and neutering is recognized as the best defense against shelter overpopulation. In areas where low-cost, high-volume spay & neuter clinics exist, euthanasia and shelter intake rates dropped by as much as 70%. We want nothing less for our community.
WHS is dedicated to ending shelter overpopulation by providing low-cost, high-quality sterilization services to our community’s companion animals. By having your dog or cat surgically sterilized, you are doing your part to prevent the birth of unwanted puppies and kittens. Please contact us today to schedule an appointment.
WHS Clinic Background
After more than four years of community fundraising, Willamette Humane Society opened the region’s first low-cost, high-quality spay and neuter clinic in January 2010. Our clinic is a member of the National Spay/Neuter Response Team (NSNRT) through the Humane Alliance of Ashville, North Carolina. The NSNRT is a strategic training program which has helped more than 60 organizations open and operate spay/neuter clinics across the nation. As a nonprofit organization, we are pleased to offer a rate schedule that will sustain our clinic and offer the lowest spay and neuter surgery prices in the community.
Male Cat Neuter/$35
Female Cat Spay/$55
Feral Cat Package/$43
Male Dog Neuter/$70
Female Dog Spay/$85
See our Services & Fees section for more details about costs.
Who We Serve
In addition to serving this region’s population of animals available for adoption, our clinic serves the general public and other animal welfare groups, regardless of geography or income level. Go here for special promotions and/or financial assistance for low-income families.