Services & Fees

Willamette Humane Society can offer low-cost, affordable spay/neuter prices to pet owners because, as a 501(c)(3) non profit organization, we receive private donations and grants that allow us to subsidize the true, higher cost of spay/neuter procedures and keep our prices low for our clients. We are not a full service veterinary clinic. We focus solely on spay/neuter surgeries, because our goal is to prevent unwanted litters and reduce the number of animals entering shelters. Want to see how our clinic operates and what your pet will experience? Check out our dog and cat videos!

Low Cost Spay & Neuter Rates:

  • Male Cat Neuter: $45
  • Female Cat Spay: $65
  • Feral Cat Package: $43*
  • Male Dog Neuter: $80
  • Female Dog Spay: $100

Special Rates with proof of Government Assistance:

  • Male Cat Neuter: $20
  • Female Cat Spay: $25

Prices are not based on a pet’s weight. There are no additional charges for in-heat or pregnant animals.

*The Feral Cat Package is for cats received in a trap and includes the spay or neuter surgery, vaccination, ear tip, deworming, flea and earmite treatment. Please note that feral cats will not receive a physical exam prior to surgery to determine fitness for receiving anesthesia. Learn more about our Feral Cat policies and Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).


Additional Services & Vaccines

(Only available at the time of surgery)

  • DOGS
  • DA2PPV vaccine: $10
  • Bordetella vaccine: $10
  • Flea Treatment (under 50 lbs): $10
  • Flea Treatment (over 50 lbs): $15
  • Deworming (under 20 lbs): $10
  • Deworming (20-50 lbs): $15
  • Deworming (50+ lbs): $20
  • Retained deciduous teeth: $10 per tooth
  • CATS
  • FVRCP vaccine: $10
  • Deworming/Earmite/Flea Treatment: $10
  • FeLV/FIV Test: $25
  • Rabies Vaccine: $10
  • Nail Trim: $5
  • Hernia Repair: $15
  • Microchip (with registration): $20
  • E-Collar: $5

All spay/neuter surgeries are performed by qualified, licensed veterinarians. All animals entrusted to the Willamette Humane Society Spay & Neuter Clinic receive a brief physical exam prior to surgery and are attended to by certified veterinarian technicians during surgery. All surgical patients receive pain medications before surgery and are sent home with a pain prescription. Patients who are recommended to have pre-anesthetic bloodwork and/or additional veterinary care will be referred to local veterinary clinics.