Spay or Neuter Your Dog or Cat by Using Our Low Cost Services

Georgia SPCA offers Low Cost Spay and Neuter surgeries to the public. When you purchase the Low Cost Voucher here to pay for the procedure you help us spay and neuter our dogs and cats. 

Step 1 – Purchase Spay/Neuter Voucher here.
Step 2 – Follow instructions on Spay/Neuter Voucher to set up appointment.
Voucher is non refundable and is valid for spay/neuter surgery ONLY. This service does not include any vaccinations or additional services. Rabies vaccination is required by law for pets over 4 months of age. Please bring proof of rabies vaccine when you arrive with your pet. If rabies vaccine is not current, Planned PEThood can provide it for an additional $10 charge. Pain medication to go home will be provided at no additional charge.
Spay/Neuter Fees:
  • $80 Female Dog under 50 pounds
  • $90 Female Dog 50 - 99 pounds
  • $100 Female Dog 100 pounds or over
  • $70 Male Dog under 50 pounds
  • $80 Male Dog 50 - 99 pounds
  • $90 Male Dog 100 pounds or over
  • $60 Female Cat
  • $45 Male Cat

The decision to spay or neuter your pet is one that has an impact that is important to understand: One hundred thousand animals are killed in metro Atlanta each year. Roughly half the animals that go to shelters are destroyed. These are healthy animals who would make deserving and loving companions. Those animals that are euthanized in animal control facilities are generally not homeless "street" animals but are puppies and kittens - offspring of family pets that have not been spayed or neutered. 
Our mission is to promote responsible pet ownership. Spaying or neutering your dog or cat is a responsible solution to the destruction of animals in our neighborhood and around the country.  And it is the only real solution to pet overpopulation. Please make the responsible decision to spay or neuter your pet.
Other articles that may be of interest to you as you make this decision:
This image shows the population explosion that occurs when a cat is not spayed or neutered:

cat overpopulation pyramid