Find a Low Cost Veterinary Clinic


Please stay tuned for a much more user friendly version. 

Spay Mass is proud to provide the below listings of low cost spay/neuter programs and clinics throughout the state.  In addition to these, we have included resources for pet owners throughout the stay that include, but are not limited to: behavior care, pet food pantry, and legal services.  

In the meantime, please use the map below.  Here’s how:

  • Click on the in the upper right corner of the map to get a pop up box that will allow you to put in your address to see resources closes to you.
  • OR zoom into your area
    • click on a numbered icon to get more information about an organization, which will pop up on the left hand side of the box 
    • Services will be listed in that box
    • Get directions by clicking the

Please email [email protected] if you do not find what you are looking for.


Local providers listed below, there are a few state wide and national programs including The Massachusetts Animal Fund which is administered by the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources .

Massachusetts Animal Fund No-cost spay/neuter services for dogs and cats in Massachusetts. Residents must be low-income and receiving state or federal assistance. Interested residents must contact their municipal animal control officer to request a voucher. No requests made directly from residents are accepted. Vouchers are accepted at multiple locations around the Commonwealth.  Click here for more informationClick here for a list of Massachusetts Animal Control Officers.
MSPCA/MVMA Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)
(617) 541-5007
[email protected]
A program that provides discounted spay/neuter certificates through for individuals with demonstrated economic need.  Certificates are accepted at nearly 200 participating veterianrians throughout Massachusetts.

NATIONAL PROGRAMS:                                                    

Friends of Animals
(800) 321-PETS


A spay/neuter certificate program for cats and dogs with participating veterinarians.   For current fees, how to obtain a certificate  and how to get a list of participating veterinarians, visit the Friends of Animals web site or call.
(800) 248-SPAY
A nationwide network and referral service for affordable spay/neuter services.  Call for a referral to a nearby participating veterinarian and a low cost certificate or visit their web site to register on-line.
The Pet Lifeline Program: Pet Financial Assistance for Vet Bills


The Pet Lifeline Program was created with the goal of helping sick pets get the medical attention they need. Through our program, we provide pet financial assistance to low-income pet owners who are having trouble paying expensive vet bills.  Click here for more information and to apply.
Petco Clinics Petco offers low cost preventative care products and services, staffed be a licensed Veterinarian. Be sure to call your local Petco store to check their vaccination clinic schedule in advance! Services include: Low cost vaccinations, Veterinarian recommended deal and tick products, Heartworm testing and medication, Deworming, and Feline Leukemia and AIDS testing. Visit their website for store locations and more information on vaccinations.