Chula Vista Animal Care Facility »
Offers spay/neuter services from any zip code for $75. Residents of Chula Vista, National City, and Lemon Grove may qualify for free services based on income and residency requirements.
Feral Cat Coalition »
Lends humane traps when available and provides free spay/neuter services for community cats.
Pet Assistance Foundation »
Provides referrals to low-cost spay/neuter services, provide information on municipal coupons or vouchers, special humane society programs, and subsidies to pet owners who demonstrate financial need.
San Diego Department of Animal Services Spay/Neuter Program »
They have a referral network of private hospitals who usually charge $5 to $25 more than us per procedure. To receive the low-cost price when you call any of the providers, you MUST mentioned that you are inquiring about their program (which is not part of SNAP).
San Diego Humane Society »
Offers spay and neuter services for pit bulls, chihuahuas, community cats, and house cats at their Escondido, Oceanside, and San Diego campuses. Military pet owners are also a priority. Income requirements for discounted fees whereas specific zip codes qualify for free services.
The Animal Welfare Foundation »
Offers spay/neuter financial assistance as well as sponsor the cost to euthanize companion animals too ill or injured to save.
FACE Foundation »
For animal owners who are unable to afford the cost of their pet’s emergency or critical care.
San Diego County Income Guidelines »
Private Veterinarians: Listing of Spay/Neuter Fees (PDF) »
– Please note fees could change at any time.
Spay and Neuter Vouchers
For City of San Diego Residents: Spay Neuter VOUCHERS for San Diego city residents/ low income pet owners in city of San Diego provided by the City of San Diego through the SDHS. Go to Application »
For E1-E4 Active Duty Military: MIL-SNAP now covers E1-E4 as of Feb 1, 2023 (was E1-E6). Any DOD Pet Chit (free say neuter) application after Feb 1 is E1-E4. We apologize for any inconvenience. SNAP can still help if you do not qualify for a DOD Pet Chit. Free Chit Application »