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What is the easiest and single most important thing you can do to alleviate the tragedy of homeless cats and dogs and the needless  killing (so-called  "euthanasia") of healthy, adoptable companion animals?


You do not have to pay hundreds of dollars at a full service vet. There are many low-cost spay-neuter clinics. Even if you think you can place the puppies and the kittens.... remember, allowing a litter of cats or dogs to be brought into the world is a death warrant for the cats and dogs already in a shelter and needing a home.

Each day, 10,000 people are born in the U.S.A. and each day it is estimated 70,000 puppies and kittens are born. As long as these birth rates exist, most dogs and cats will have a short, miserable existence. Your pet, male or female, will be healthier and live longer if spayed of neutered. This will also prevent undesirable behavior such as spraying, barking, caterwauling and running off. Neutered pets, especially males, are also less vulnerable to theft because dogs and cats are often stolen to be used by backyard breeders and puppy mills.

Feral  (wild) Cats

Are you feeding some stray cats?  Do you care about feral cats or the sorry number of strays in our community?  Have you heard about the most effective and humane method for controlling the proliferation of feral cats? It is called "TNR"  (Trap-Neuter-Relaese)?    CLICK HERE to learn about TNR and Alley Cat Allies. There are numerous local organizations that help feral cat caretakers and certain vet clinics that are "feral friendly".  For a list of Ohio based TNR organizations, go to:

 Show your love for pets and your respect for life. Purchase an Ohio Pet Friendly license plate to help fund spay/neuter programs in our State. Click on the plate for more details. 

General info followed by info for specific counties


FRIENDS OF ANIMALS offers low cost spay-neuter certificates that may be honored by participating vets. For details go to:

A statewide mobile spay/neuter service, targeting
areas with high animal population and few spay/neuter resources.

Scheduling, Contact Mirna 614-471-9000

NOMAD  Neighborly Ohio Mobile Animal Doctor, Inc. May be scheduled to go anywhere in Ohio.
Feline Spay or Neuter: $30-$40
 (See Below under Franklin County)  NOMAD:  614 348 7298

RASCAL- Roaming Animal Sterilization Clinic At Low-cost info: or 614 791 SPAY (7729)
Travels all over Ohio- offers lots of low-cost services in addition to spay/neuter- complete pricing on the RASCAL website!

Spay Ohio
1250 Ohio Pike
Suite 201
Amelia, Oh 45102
Anita Barron, director
Phone TOLL FREE 877 644-6446

Cincinnati Area: 

For individuals with income meeting Ohio WIC guidelines, and for those who want to spay or neuter a feral cat, contact the League For Animal Welfare by email or by phone 513-735-2299 Ext 1. Ask about  the voucher program. Qualifying individuals will be responsible for only a $10 co-pay for dogs or $5 for cats.

Please CLICK HERE for details about a very special low-cost spay-neuter program 

Columbiana County :  See Mahoning County below

Delaware County

Humane Society of Delaware County
(Not just for Delaware)  Central Ohio Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic

4920 State Route 37 East, Delaware, Ohio 43015 

740-369-7387 or 740-548-7387

Cat Neuter:  $40.00  (male)
Cat Spay:  $55.00  (Female)
Dog Neuter:  $70.00
Dog Spay:  $80.00 
Rabies one year vaccine $6.00 at the time of surgery  

HSDC is often booked a week or more in advance. Expect a short wait for an appointment.  Located between State Route 71 and before South Old State Rd.

Franklin County

A statewide mobile spay/neuter service, targeting
areas with high animal population and few spay/neuter resources.
Regularly scheduled clinic days in Franklin County

Scheduling, Contact Mirna 614-471-9000

Cat Welfare, Columbus, Ohio, has long had a low cost spay/neuter program for cats..
Spay (Including feline distemper and rabies vaccine) $47
Spay for pregnant cat (Including feline distemper and rabies vaccine) $52
Neutering (Including feline distemper and rabies vaccine) $32

To make an appointment, Call the shelter at 614 268-6096
Over the years, more than   20,000 cats have been spayed or neutered through this program

Care Pet Clinic
614 252 4353
Dr. Dan Beer
785 E. Main St.     Columbus, OH 43205
Prices vary depending on age, weight
Full Service Veterinary Clinic

Citizens for Humane Action 
Westerville area

Pet Concern
5322 North High Street
(614) 885-3186

SOS  - Shelter Outreach Services
614-396-8707  Fax: 614-396-8717  
691 Dublin-Granville Road  Columbus, OH

"Shelter Outreach Services of Ohio is a non-profit veterinary clinic dedicated to providing affordable, high quality spay and neuter services to shelters and low income families in the greater Columbus area.  Our clinic is a Humane Alliance style, high volume spay and neuter facility.
Surgical Services:

We provide necessary spay/neuter services for companion animals, including:•shelter dogs and cats and other stray/unclaimed dogs and cats•feral cats, barn cats, cat colonies•dogs and cats from rescue organizations•dogs and cats from families of low income.
Please visit the SOS  web site for full range of services and fees."

Franklin County Dog Shelter
1731 Alum Creek Drive
 614 462-5581

 Capital City Spay and Neuter Clinic
Spay/Neuter & Vaccinations  Cats and Dogs
2752 Sawbury Blvd Columbus 43235

(614) 761 7551

Cat Neuter: $40  Cat Spay: $60  Dog Spay or Neuter $95 -$130+ depending on weight

The Spay/Neuter Clinic
 3136 S Hamilton Rd
 Columbus, OH 43232

 Cat Spay 45.00      Cat Neuter 26.00
 Dog Neuter (only under 2 yrs. old) starting at 56.00 (price increases over 40 lbs)
 Dog Spay (only under 2 yrs. old)  starting at 68.00 (price increases over 40 lbs)
 *additional charges apply for animals in heat, pregnant or obese
 Vaccination packages optional

  Neighborly Ohio Mobile Animal Doctor

CATS ONLY. This is a mobile unit that makes regular stops every month at several Columbus locations and can be scheduled to go anywhere else in the state as needed.  It is necessary to schedule well in advance. However, to cover expenses for services outside Columbus area, it is necessary to book at least 30 male neuters and 20 female spays.

If you have a bad situation in your area consider organizing a group to trap or confine the cats and raise the money through donations, garage sales, dog washes, car washes, etc. For advice about stabilizing feral cat colonies and TNR (Trap-Neuter-Release) go to Alley Cat Allies

 Vaccination packages optional
 Microchip services available


 Animal Outreach
based in Westerville, OH. operates a Spay/Neuter Assistance Program.
Individuals who are unable to afford a spay or neuter surgery are able to have that procedure subsidized by Animal Outreach at participating veterinary offices. . Please visit our web site for more information about the program.

Animal Outreach
P.O. Box 892
Westerville, OH 43086
614-473-WAGG (9244)

Knox County
Knox County Humane Society ( does males for $25 and females for $35, cats only.

Lucas County and Toledo area

• Humane Ohio

3131 Tremainsville
Toledo OH 43613

Humane Ohio operates a non-profit, low-cost spay/neuter clinic to serve pet owners, feral/stray cat caretakers, animal shelters and rescue groups. We serve all area pet owners, and we offer a special, even lower rate to pet owners on Medicaid, Food Stamps, WIC, SSI, Section 8 Public Housing, AFDC, TANF and the Heat Assistance Program. We have 27 animal shelter/rescue group partners and we spay/neuter their animals before adoption. We send our transport van to all of our partners outside of the immediate Toledo area and transport their animals to/from our clinic for their spay/neuter surgeries, and we make low-cost spay/neuter available to pet parents in outlying counties by allowing them to schedule their owned pets on the free transports with the shelter animals. We serve seven counties in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan and spay/neuter at least 14,000 animals a year.

United Humanitarians
Low cost spay/neuter program for public

Maumee Valley Save A Pet
Program for stray pets and for those who can’t afford surgeries. Dependent upon grant funding.

Animal Wings
Low cost spay/neuter

Planned Pethood
Low cost spay/neuter

Alliance for Spay-Neuter and Pet Rescue
(Monroe County, MI)
PO Box 2531; Monroe, MI 48161
734-243-1800 Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm

Mahoning and Columbiana counties

Angels for Animals: "We have a low cost spay neuter program with area vets and a "stray through" program for folks who find and want to keep a stray. The cost
is $90 and includes all shots & boosters, spay, heartworm testing and
medication for 6 months.  Our website is"

Montgomery County
Pets In Stitches, the Miami Valley region’s first stationary stand-alone spay/neuter clinic
Danielle N. Rastetter, DVM 

Richland County

Dr. Diane Trubov does surgery at S.T.O.P. (Stop the
Overpopulation of Pets) cat shelter in Mansfield. The number there is (419)
774-1738. She only does cat surgeries. Females are $41, males are $26.
Vaccinations are also available from $2 - $11 each. She also does a vaccination clinic on Saturday evenings from 7:30 - 8:30 pm for both dogs and cats.

Stark County

For complete information please go to the Stark County Pageyandotte County

9640 County Hwy 330 , Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351 Toll Free 1-888-294-4477 or 419-294-4477

Cat Neuter-male $15.00   Cat Spay- Female $25.00   Dog Neuter under 25 lbs. $25.00    K-9 Neuter 25 to 50 lbs. $35.00    K-9 Neuter over 50 lbs. $45.00   Dog Spay- Female under 25 $35.00    K-9 Spay 25-50 lbs. $45.00    K-9 Spay over 50 lbs. $55.00   10% off for three or more animals scheduled the same day. Basic Immunizations given at time of surgery $5.00 each. Out of Delaware take 23 North use second exit Route 30 left on ramp go through downtown past Subway on right go right quarter mile at PenzOil Gas Station Left at County Hwy West Lincoln Way over railroad tracks first on right.

If you have information about low-cost spay/neuter programs in your community, please email



RASCAL - mobile low cost clinic based in Franklin county; travels to other counties. 614-791-SPAY
Friends of Animals 1-800-321-PETS
Spay USA 1-800-248-SPAY
PetFix 216.536.0930

Akron Area
Citizens for Humane Animal Practices (Cats only) 330-724-6181
AlterPet Inc. 330-321-6243
Pet Guards 330-849-0635

Central Ohio

Cat Welfare 614-268-6096
Citizens for Humane Action 614-891-5280
Mobile Spay/Neuter Unit 614-348-7298
Care Pet Clinic 614-252-4353
Spay/Neuter Clinic 614-761-7551 614-367-9933
Pet Concern 614-885-3186
Humane Society of Delaware Co. 740-369-7387
Franklin County Dog Shelter 614 462-5581
VetsCare 614-777-4339
S.T.O.P. (Mansfield) 419-774-1738
Knox County Humane Society 740-392-2287
Animal Outreach

Cleveland Area
City of Cleveland Kennel 216-664-2759
Spay Neuter Clinic 216-398-1081
A Snip in Time 216-651-7142

Greater Toledo
Planned Pethood 419-826-3499
United Humanitarians 419-537-1970
Maumee Valley Save a Pet 419-470-2988
Animal Wings 419-861-0485
Humane Ohio 419-266-5607
Wyandot County Humane Society 888-294-4477 419-294-4477

Northeast Ohio
Holmes County Humane Society 330-231-5439
Angels for Animals 330-549-1111
Animal Protection Guild 330-649-0443
Stow Kent Animal Hospital Inc. 330-673-0049 This vet honors spay/neuter certificates! Please first contact the vet clinic then call Friends of Animals at 1-800-321-PETS to purchase the certificate.

Southern Ohio Area
Advocates For Animals, Inc. 740-373-0017
Humane Society of Greene Co. 937 376-3001
Mason Family Pet Hospital 513-398-8700
United Coalition for Animals 513-721-7387
Pet Advocate League 937-278-8330
MASH 513-561-6274
The Spay/Neuter Clinic 513-772-1091
SPCA Cincinnati 513-541-6100
All Creatures Animal Hospital 513-797-7387 ext. 109
Sierra's Haven for New & Used Pets
Miami County Animal Shelter 937-332-6919