Sterilization is the most humane way to reduce the number of unwanted puppies and kittens born each day. Millions of unwanted animals die unnecessarily each year. Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control offers a low-cost spay/neuter program for pets of Palm Beach County residents. Proof of residency and program qualifications are required.
COMMUNITY CAT SPAY/NEUTER PROGRAM - OPEN LIMITED DAYS
Appointments are required for surgery; walk-ups will not be admitted.
- A maximum of 20 surgeries per day will be available by appointment only; no walk-ups will be accepted.
- Surgeries will be for Community Cats only.
- Cats must be in traps.
- Cats must be 4 months old or older.
- A maximum of 2 slots will be available per trapper/caretaker.
Community Cat Package Includes:
Cost: FREE! Includes the spay/neuter, rabies shot, microchip, annual vaccines, protection against fleas and ticks, and notching of the left ear.
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PAHOKEE SPAY/NEUTER CLINIC - Limited Hours of Operation
Vaccines, microchipping and license tags can be purchased on a walk-in basis from 10:00 amd to 1:00pm (Tuesdays). Please check our website to confirm the monthly calendar
For spay/neuter packages, an appointment is required. Please call 561-924-5657 to schedule a spay/neuter appointment for your dog or cat.
The Pahokee Spay/Neuter Clinic is a low-cost spay and neuter clinic for owned pets residing in Palm Beach County. Pet surgeries are completed in the morning and animals are released to owners that same afternoon. All spay and neuter packages include: spay/neuter surgery, microchip, rabies vaccination and a County License tag (Community Cats exempt from license tags). This service is offered at no charge for County residents on public assistance (proof required) as well as for all Pit Bull type dogs.
- At-Risk-Dogs (as defined by the shelter) No Charge
- Dogs over 35 pounds $125.00
- Dogs 35 pounds and under $225.00
- Owned Cats $45.00
- Community Cats $30.00 FREE!
In the event of a disaster such as a hurricane, all programs will be shut down. If a veterinarian is not available for one of the programs identified above, the program may be shut down and appointments will be rescheduled.
OTHER SHELTER SPAY/NEUTER PROGRAMS
Animal Care and Control is not responsible for activities or operations of any organizations listed below. When contacting an organization, always ask about fees, restrictions, and any other information relating to their spay/neuter program.
- Animal Birth Control of Martin County
- SPCA of the Treasure Coast
- United Humanitarians of Indian River & St. Lucie Counties (Vero Beach)
Palm Beach County