Spay & Neuter


Spay-Neuter-catChesapeake Humane Society proudly operates a low-cost spay/neuter clinic to help reduce the overpopulation of animals, particularly for those who may not otherwise be able to afford the service. We have altered more than 12,000 animals since 2008, which has prevented the birth of tens of thousands of unwanted and unexpected pets!

Choosing to spay or neuter your pet doesn’t just decrease overpopulation. Pets who are spayed/neutered tend to live longer, healthier lives because they are less likely to run away, start fights, or develop certain cancers. Spaying/neutering your dog, cat, or rabbit can also help curb undesirable behaviors like spraying or mounting.

Spay/neuter surgery is a routine, one-day process. Pets are dropped off in the morning and picked up in the afternoon. Please note, spay/neuter surgery is by appointment only.


Spay-NeuterAll surgeries require an appointment. Vaccines and/or Microchips are performed on a walk-in basis on varying days and times. Please see the calendar on the Vet Clinic page for availability. Click here for pricing information.

To schedule a surgical appointment for a spay or neuter procedure, please call 546-5355 or click here to submit a request for an appointment. Due to age or other medical concerns, certain pets may require an exam prior to scheduling. On the day of your pet’s surgery, please bring completed spay/neuter paperwork. If this is your first time at our clinic, we ask that you also complete new client paperwork.  Be sure to bring printed copies of your pet’s vaccine history. Due to the high volume of clients, we are not able to call for history.