The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA is proud to offer high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter services to the community.
Spay/neuter prices for Charlottesville and Albemarle residents:
(Click here if you live in a surrounding county)
City and County Residents:
• Cat – $75 – includes pre-anesthetic exam, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine, and pain medications.
• Dog* – $120 – includes pre-anesthetic exam, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine, and pain medications.
Low Income: (must show proof of public assistance at drop off)
• Cat – $37.50 – includes pre-anesthetic exam, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine and pain medications.
• Dog* – $60 – includes pre-anesthetic exam, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine and pain medications.
Community (feral) Cats are FREE! Includes rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine, ear-tip and pain medications. Read guidelines on community cats here.
$20 for dogs 50-75lbs
$40 for dogs 76-90lbs
If your pet is obese, in heat, pregnant or cryptorchid, additional fees may be incurred due to increased anesthetic time and supplies needed.
Additional services available at time of spay/neuter appointment including microchip implantation ($20), flea and tick treatment, retrovirus testing, ear cleanings and nail trims. These services can be discussed with reception when setting the appointment or added at drop off on the day of surgery.
There is a $25 charge for no shows or those that reschedule within 48 hours of appointment.
To make an appointment, complete the spay/neuter application and our staff will call to confirm your appointment day. Spay/neuter appointments are made on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Pets must be brought to the CASPCA between 8:15AM – 8:30AM and picked up the same day at 5PM. Dogs must be on leash and cats must be in carriers. Clearly label the carrier with the animal’s name and your last name. Read the Pre and Post surgery instructions.
For questions, contact our spay/neuter line at 434-973-5959 x310.
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