This site can help you find service providers and programs for low cost spay neuter that are convenient and meet your needs.
Leaders in the animal welfare and shelter medicine world have established protocols for spay-neuter clinics and welfare agencies to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Some clinics have suspended spay-neuter efforts. You may not be able to find elective, non-emergency spay-neuter services during this period of time.
If you are seeking help or advice for low-cost spay-neuter facilities anywhere in Florida, this site can help you find a service provider or a referral/voucher program that meets your needs and will be convenient for your use. Go to our listing of counties that have clinics or programs by clicking onto the "Find Your County" link.
You can be part of the solution
All of the non-profit organizations listed on these pages work tirelessly to save and improve the lives of animals. And there are many more in Florida that do not have spay/neuter facilities. Regardless of their size, these groups have an impact on the animals at your local level.
On a larger stage, these two programs below provide valuable assistance to everyone in animal welfare statewide. They deserve your consideration if you want to help saves lives and make Florida a better place for all animals.
Training Tomorrow's Humane Healers -
Shelter medicine is the lifeline for the animals that end up in our public and private shelters. Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida is where these veterinarians you need tomorrow are being trained today.
Support Spay/Neuter Programs -
Floridians interested in reducing pet overpopulation in Florida can now purchase the Florida Animal Friend Spay/Neuter License Plate.The specialty license plate is available at any license tag office.
This website is a free service to anyone seeking information on low-cost or no-cost spay/neuter programs in Florida. There is never any charge to the listing organizations or people seeking information about them.