Spay & Neuter
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) Monterey County Veterinary Clinic provides high-quality spay & neuter services (see below), vaccinations, leukemia tests, flea and tick control, and microchips at an affordable price by appointment for dogs and cats in our community.
Spay & Neuter Surgeries by Appointment: Please make an appointment online now. Please note, our services are very popular, and we are currently booked out two months which is as far as our booking system allows. We recommend checking daily to make your appointment if you are unable to schedule one now.
Vaccinations & Microchips by Appointment: Please make an appointment online now.
If you have any questions, please contact us at 831-264-5400.
Please Note: The SPCA Veterinary Clinic will be closed on Memorial Day, May 31
SPAY & NEUTER SURGERIES
- Appointments are required for spay and neuter surgeries.
- Pets must be 8 weeks old and over 2 pounds for surgery. Please contact our Veterinary Clinic if you have any questions regarding the age or weight of your pet.
- There are no additional fees for office visits.
- A $25 non-refundable fee is required to reserve your surgery appointment date and time. This fee will be applied to your pet’s total surgery fee the day of your appointment. This fee is not refundable if you miss your appointment. Please call us if you have any questions.
- Salinas residents: please see our $25 special!
- Seaside residents: please see our $25 special!
Dog Spays & Neuters
Cat Spays & Neuters
Feral Cat Spays & Neuters
- Spay and neuter surgeries are available on a walk-in basis Mondays through Fridays. Space is limited. Please call us for more information.
- Special Feline Fridays scheduled twice a month on the first and last Friday of every month. These events have room for over 25 feral cats.
- Limit two per family per day. Pricing is the same as cat spay and neuter pricing listed above. We are only able to accommodate four total feral surgeries per day.
- For the safety of you, our staff, and the cats, all feral cats must be in a secure feral cat trap, like the one pictured here. Feral cats brought to our clinic not in these traps will not be accepted for surgery. Please call us if you have any questions about feral cat traps.
Rabbit Spay and Neuters
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