Spay & Neuter Services
Chesapeake 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.
Click here for our price list. Note that proof of income in the form of a current 1040 tax form or document showing qualification for government assistance is required for all income-based discounts. Documents must be presented prior to checkout.
If you’d like to request an appointment for a spay/neuter, please submit a request here: Appointment Request
Please be aware that it may take more than 48 business hours to respond. We do have a high volume of requests. In order to be seen through our clinic, we require that your pet is up-to-date on rabies, heartworm test, and heartworm prevention and we ask that you email medical records to email@example.com. If your pet is not up-to-date on any of these requirements, we can provide those services for you.
Thank you for your patience as we do our best to keep our staff and clients safe.
To qualify for financial assistance for spay/neuter, dental services, soft tissue surgery, or heartworm treatment, click here.