Services: Other Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Resources
For a referral to a veterinarian in your area who generously provides reduced spay/neuter fees, please call the SNAP Hotline at (866)-SPAYBUS (866)-772-928, or download the list of veterinarians.
If the animal you wish to get spayed or neutered is an unowned (stray or feral) cat, you may call the Feral Cat Coalition (FCC) at 619-758-9194 or SNAP at (866)-SPAYBUS (866)-772-928. FCC regularly holds free spay/neuter clinics for unowned and feral cats. They also have agreements with a number of private veterinarians who generously donate spay/neuter services between FCC clinic dates. SNAP also provides assistance with fixing stray/feral cats and may provide financial assistance to pet owners on a per case basis.
If you are looking to get your rabbit(s) fixed, please visit the San Diego House Rabbit Society's website for information on their generous spay/neuter rebate. Because rabbit surgeries are different from those performed on other cats and dogs, it is highly recommended that you see a vet who is very rabbit experienced and whose practice sees rabbits on a regular basis - at least 50 per year. See HRS' list of local rabbit-experienced veterinarians.
Residents of Coronado wishing to get a cat fixed may take advantage of PAWS of Coronado's program "A Litter Free Coronado" which aims to reduce the unwanted cat population through spay/neuter. Qualifying cat owners, or caretakers of stray/feral cats, will receive a voucher good for one spay or neuter for use at Coronado Veterinary Hospital or Crown Veterinary Hospital. For more information visit www.pawsofcoronado.org/PAWSPrograms.htm.