Plymouth County Spay/Neuter

Plymouth county-area

Animal Rescue League of Boston Spay Waggin’
South Shore and Cape Cod
(877) 590-SPAY
The Spay Waggin’ is a subsidized spay/neuter program created by the Animal Rescue League of Boston to assist clients in financial need. Staffed by an Animal Rescue League of Boston veterinarian and two certified veterinary technicians, the Spay Waggin’ features a preparation area, a fully equipped surgical suite and a recovery ward. The Spay Waggin’ makes monthly scheduled stops throughout the South Shore and the Cape to perform surgeries on an appointment-only basis. For current fees and a schedule of upcoming locations please visit their website.
Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society
The Catmobile
63 Elm St.
Salisbury, MA 01952
(978) 465-1940
The catmobile is a mobile spay/neuter program providing low cost spay/neuter, rabies vaccine and nail trim package for owned cats – $120 for female cats; $80 for male. You can book an appointment online 24/7 at or by phone at 978-465-1940. This program is run by the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society which also offers Sunday Spay/Neuter Clinics for feral and un-owned cats in partnership with the MSPCA in Methuen; these cats are brought in by volunteer trappers and are treated and returned to the colony where they were trapped.
South Shore Humane Society
P.O. Box 850187
Braintree, MA 02185
(781) 843-5838
South Shore Humane Society offers a low cost spay/neuter program with cooperating vets for cats (including ferals) and dogs. For dogs, SSHS has a certificate program through Roberts Animal Hospital in Hanover, MA and/or South Coastal Animal Health in South Weymouth. We also have a certificate program for cats, again through Roberts Animal Hospital in Hanover and South Coastal Animal Health in Weymouth. Please call for details.
A Helping Paw Humane Society
P.O. Box 387
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
(508) 291-7297         
A Helping Paw Humane Society offers spay/neuter certificates for low-income pet owners and those willing to care for feral cats in the Bourne/Wareham and surrounding areas are available. Traps can also be loaned for a fee. Call or visit A Helping Paw’s website for more information.
MSPCA Cape Animal Care and Adoption Center
1577 Falmouth Road
Centerville, MA  02632
(508) 775-0940
The MSPCA Cape Adoption Center will be holding a series of low cost cat spay/neuter clinics for low income families throughout 2014. Female cats will be $30 and male cats will be $20, which includes the spay/neuter surgery, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine and flea preventative. The Adoption Center also offers low cost spay/neuter for low income owners of pit bulls and pit bull mixes. To see if you qualify visit their website or call 508-775-0940.
Standish Humane Society
P.O. Box 634
Duxbury, MA  02331
(781) 834-4663
Standish Humane Society has a reduced-cost spay/neuter program in which 26 veterinary hospitals participate. Standish offers reduced-cost sterilization to owners who cannot afford regular veterinary fees. For more information about their reduced cost spay/neuter program email or call 781-834-4663 (choose option 4).
Hull Seaside Animal Rescue
P.O. Box 787
Hull, MA 02045
(781) 378-1195                 
Hull Seaside Animal Rescue offers help with feral cats. It costs $75.00 to trap/neuter/vaccinate each feral cat. HSAR has several colonies on their “neuter/vaccinate” waiting list and funds are limited.
Seekonk Animal Shelter
100 Peck Street
Seekonk, MA 02771
Phone: (508) 336-6663
Seekonk Animal Shelter can help assist with spay/neuter for feral cats for Seekonk residents only. Call for more information.
Ashdod Clinic
612 Congress St/Rte 14
Duxbury, MA 02332
(781) 837-1323
The Ashdod Clinic has a $60 feral package that includes a rabies vaccine. The Clinic also offer discounted spay/neuter services. Call to make an appointment.
Scituate Animal Shelter
780 Chief Justice Cushing Highway
(Rt. 3A)

Scituate, MA 02066 
The Scituate Animal Shelter has Loretta’s Fund which is a Financial Assistance Program that allows for affordable and accessible spay and neuter services. The program is available for qualified Scituate residents. Scituate Animal Shelter also provides low cost spay/neuter and assistance to community cat caregivers in need of help with stray or feral cats. Please visit their website or email for more information.  
Commonwealth Cats
P.O. Box 26
Peabody, MA 01960
Commonwealth Cats provides spay, neuter and vaccination clinic services for feral cats. Our clinic programs are designed for caretakers and trappers who are competent in the care of feral cats and understand the issues surrounding their needs. Clinics are hosted throughout the year at various locations including Weymouth, Brockton, Boston and Methuen. Commonwealth Cats does not remove or relocate feral cats and does not have resources for feral cat trapping, adoption or foster care. Visit their website for more information.

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