Featured Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Programs:

ASPCA Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics
The ASPCA strives to make spay/neuter accessible and affordable for all New York City residents. Pet parents in New York City's five boroughs with proof of public assistance qualify for subsidized spay/neuter services for their cat or dog. 

Spay/Neuter Fees:

  • With proof of public assistance: $0
  • Without proof of public assistance: $125


What services are provided for pets?

  • Spay or neuter surgery.
  • Rabies vaccine
  • FVRCP vaccine for cats/DA2PPV vaccine for dogs 
  • Nail trim.
  • Small tattoo, placed close to the incision site when an animal is spayed/neutered (Tattoos let shelters and veterinarians easily identify that an animal has already been spayed/neutered. This is especially important for female animals, as presence of a tattoo can help the animal avoid undergoing an unnecessary surgery in the future).
  • E-collar.
  • Microchip, offered for an additional $10 per animal.

For more information on locations and how to sign up for the virtual waitlist,  please visit  ASPCA's Spay/Neuter website.

The Toby Project

  • Free & low-cost spay/neuter on a mobile van
  • 100% Free for all NYC Residents on public assistance
  • 100% Free for Pit bulls & non-purebred dogs & cats (you do not need to be on public assistance)
  • Other pure- and designer-breeds:
  • Spay/Neuter: $100
  • Rabies Vaccinations: $10
  • Phone: 212.799.1120
  • E-mail: info@tobyproject.org

For more information, please visit the Toby Project.

Helping Paw

Low-cost spay/neuter on Long Island at a mobile clinic. The $57 spay/neuter fee includes a physical exam and pain management. No additional charge for pregnancy or heat. Vaccinations and other tests and treatments are available for an additional low fee.

Association for the Rescue & Adoption of Stray Animals (ARASA)

Friends of Animals, Spay and Neuter Certificate Program

Humane Society of NY, Animal Clinic

  • 306 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022
  • Phone: 212.752.4840


Each year on the last Tuesday of February, veterinarians and their staff, animal welfare professionals, business owners and concerned citizens join forces nationwide to spay or neuter as many animals as possible. For more information, please visit HSUS.

Muffin's Pet Connection, Spay/Neuter Certificate Program

P.L.U.T.O. Rescue of Richmond County

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter for Feral Cats

If you are a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) colony caretaker, please visit the NYC Feral Cat Initiative website for more information on low-cost spay/neuter options for feral cats.