Spay/Neuter Resources

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Low Cost Spay/Neuter, Vaccines and Microchips for Owned Pets:

The Animal Foundation
655 N. Mojave Road, Las Vegas, 89101 (map)
702-955-5955

  • Spay/Neuter by appointment only
    • Open Tuesday – Thursday & Saturday
    • Forms & fees available here
  • Low-cost vaccines and microchips
    • Walk-in based daily, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., first-come, first-served
    • Forms & fees available here
  • Owner requested euthanasia available

Spay/Neuter Center of Southern Nevada
Two locations:
EAST: 3475 E. Flamingo Road, Suite 500, Las Vegas 89121 (Flamingo/Pecos)
WEST: 3210 S. Decatur Blvd, Suite 150, Las Vegas, 89102 (Decatur/Desert Inn)

One phone number:
702-240-7729

  • Spay/Neuter by appointment only
    • Open 7 days a week
    • Fees, and more available here
  • Low-cost vaccines and microchips
    • Walk-in based daily, select hours, first-come, first-served
    • Fees, and more available here

Heaven Can Wait Animal Society
546 N. Eastern Avenue, Suite 175, Las Vegas, 89101 (map)
702-655-4800

  • Spay/Neuter, vaccines, and microchips by appointment only
    • Call scheduling line at 702-655-4800 
    • Open Monday – Thursday
    • Forms, fees, and more available here

Las Vegas Valley Humane Society

  • Spay/Neuter, microchips for owned cats
  • Spay/Neuter for stray/community cats
  • Call 702-434-2009

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