Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinics

The low-cost clinics average about $25 for a male cat, $35 for a female cat, $50 for a male dog and $55 for a female dog. The prices vary widely and depend on weight etc, so check around for the best price. Most clinics will not spay/neuter pre-pubescent dogs and cats. Many animal shelters provide low-cost spay and neuter services.
Mobile

Pasado's Safehaven Spay Station
Mobile spay/neuter clinic serving King, Skagit and Snohomish counties offering free or low cost surgeries.
PO Box 171
Sultan 98294
360-793-SPAY
http://www.pasadosafehaven.org/

Seattle

Municipal Spay & Neuter Clinic
Seattle residents only or individuals who have adopted the animal of concern from Seattle Shelter.
2061 15th Ave W
Seattle 98119
206-386-4260

North

Animal Surgery and Vaccination Clinic
3002 Hewitt Ave
Everett 98201
425-252-9300

Cedardale Neuter and Vaccination Clinic
1105 Dale Way
Mt Vernon 98274
360-424-5676

Family Pet Surgery
6031-C 47th Ave NE
Marysville 98270
360-659-0877

Helping Hands Veterinary Clinic
Goutam Mukherjee DVM, MS, PhD
Caring pet-lovers serving caring pet-lovers. We provide quality medicine at an affordable price for small animals, pocket pets, and exotics.
18415 33rd Ave W Ste Q
Lynnwood 98036
425-672-4343
gandolfvet@verizon.net
http://www.helpinghandsvet.com/

Vets for Less
18415 33rd Ave W, Ste Q Lynnwood 98036
425-672-4343

Eastside

Animal Hospital of Newport Hills
Low-cost spay/neuter
13018 SE 72nd Pl
Newcastle 98059
425-226-4044
http://www.AHNH.vetsuite.com

Bellevue Neuter and Vaccination Clinic
12005 NE 12th, Ste 23 Bellevue 98005
425-455-2826

People for Abandoned Pets
Low-cost spay/neuter certificates
PO Box 70025
Bellevue 98005
425-453-9222

Vets for Less
12804-A NE 85th St
Kirkland 98033
425-889-0808

South

Affordable Animal Hospital
2615 6th Ave
Tacoma 98406
253-627-0005

Animal Clinic of Kent
23613 104th Ave SE
Kent 98031
253-859-1520

Cascade Animal Protection Society
PO Box 2085
Sumner 98390
253-863-8004

Vets for Less
12314 Meridan East #A5
Puyallup 98373
253-445-0808

Kitsap Peninsula and San Juan Islands

Island Vet Clinic
700 Mullis Rd
Friday Harbor 98250
360-378-2333

Peninsula Spay and Neuter Clinic
Thursdays only/cash only
1265 Old Clifton Rd SW
Port Orchard 98366
360-876-3096

Peninsula Spay and Neuter Project
Low and no-cost spay/neuter certificates for companion and feral cats of Pierce and Kitsap Counties.
PO Box 306
Burley 98322
253-884-1543

Jefferson County

Jefferson County Animal Services Auxiliary
JCASA will pay for spay or neuter services for pets of qualified low-income owners in Jefferson County.
PO Box 1466
Port Hadlock 98339
360-385-7263

No Cost/Low Cost Clinics

Doney Memorial Pet Clinic
For the homeless, low income, and disabled who live in downtown Seattle. Open the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month
318 2nd Ave Extension S
Seattle
206-622-5177

Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project
Provides free surgery for feral and homeless cats.
11331 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98125-6227
206-528-8125
http://www.feralcatproject.org/

Mobile Pet Vaccination Clinic
A mobile van offering low-cost vaccinations for cats, dogs and ferrets, serving north to Lake Stevens and south to Federal Way, check local newspaper for dates and sites, van will visit each area every 4 weeks. Vaccinations are $10 each and there is no charge for an office call.
http://www.mobilepetshots.com/




DO THE RIGHT THING!
Every year about 12 million healthy cats and dogs are killed because there are not enough homes for them. Please help save lives by spaying or neutering your companion animal.

Contact one of these local shelters today.


Companion Animal Nutrition
Good nutrition is vitally important to keeping your companion animal healthy and happy. Many commercial meat-based pet foods contain such ingredients as cancerous chicken legs, rancid fats, chemical preservatives, moldy grains, and the rendered bodies of other animals, including other cats and dogs. These ingredients may contribute to higher rates of heart disease, cancer, arthritis, diabetes, food allergies, and skin problems, and can lower the life expectancy of your companion animal.

Consider the following to improve the health of your companion animal

1. Nutritionally-complete vegetarian diets for your companion animal, including dogs and even cats.

2. Natural preservatives such as mixed tocopherols or vitamins C and E are the best.

3. Rice is generally the most digestible grain for companion animals. If corn is listed more than once in the first five ingredients of the pet food you're considering, try something else.