Subsidized Spay & Neuter Programs

*Note: I have removed the fees charged for spays/neuters as all costs have gone up in the last year. Please check with the clinic for their prices.

Spay and Neuter Clinic of Alamance County:  a division of Burlington Animal Services that is committed to reducing the number of unwanted animals who come to the animal shelter each year. The clinic provides spay and neuter services for dogs and cats.

Humane Society of Alamance County provides low cost spay and neuter vouchers for dogs and cats.Spay/Neuter – Humane Society of Alamance County. Voucher includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, DHPP (dogs) or FVRCP (cats), fecal test, de-worming (if needed), flea meds (CAP STAR), surgery and 3 days worth of pain medication.You must complete the online form or purchase at the office located at 2444 Tribek Ct, Burlington NC

Planned Pethood Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic
A program of the Humane Society of the Piedmont (Greensboro NC)
45247 W.Wendover – Greensboro, NC


Piedmont Communities Spay & Neuter Wellness Clinic
(Provides low cost spays, neuters, and vaccinations for dogs and cats as well as low cost flea and heartworm preventatives)
1910 N. Church Street, Suite E
Greensboro, NC 27405

Sheets Pet Clinic
809 Chimney Rock Ct.
Greensboro NC 27409
336-852-8488 (best to call)

AnimalKind $20Fix:  program offers a way to spay or neuter dogs and cats for a low-cost.   You can use this program if you live in the Town of Cary, Caswell County, Orange County, Alamance County, or Person County in North Carolina, and your total household income falls within the following limits: 1-person household: $11,770 or less 2-person household: $15,930 or less 3-person household: $20,090 or less 4-person household: $24,250 or less;

CAll 919-870-1660

Feral Cats

FCAP (Feral Cat Assistance Program)
$10 Spay Days are held one Sunday morning a month for feral cats and feral kittens.

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