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Spay & Neuter Information

Low Cost Spay/ Neuter Clinics

Why Spay or Neuter?

It is estimated that 8-10 million dogs and cats are surrendered to adoption centers each year. While New England has been very successful in reducing the overpopulation problem in our area, the problem is still very real. Euthanasia of animals still happens although less and less each year. There are many solutions that will help reduce the number of pets surrendered to adoption centers and spaying or neutering your pet is top on the list. The NHSPCA strongly encourages spaying or neutering of pets to help with overpopulation. Spaying or neutering will not only prevent unwanted pregnancies, it will also make your pet healthier and live longer. There are several assistance programs listed below.



Please note that all fees listed are subject to change.  Contact the agency directly for the most up to date pricing and schedule.


New Hampshire SPCA - Stratham

The NHSPCA offers low cost spay neuter clinics. We provide several different programs based on financial need so please call for pricing. Fees include a physical exam, spay or neuter and a nail trim. Rabies vaccines, microchipping and flea/tick preventative are also available. Payment for clinics is required in full at the time of registration. Cash and credit card only please.


For additional information, or to register, please call:

603-772-2921 ext. 147 or ext. 123. Also email:

slichtman@nhspca.org or rgoodacre@nhspca.org



NH Animal Population Control Program -

Plan B (Concord, NH)

Eligibility Requirements: To be eligible to participate in this program you must be on one of the seven programs: Food Stamps, Medicaid or Healthy Kids Gold, TANIF, The Old Age Assistance Program, Supplemental Security Income Program, Aid to the Needy Blind Program, APTD Program. A person may also be qualified if they meet the income guidelines for the program. Please call 271-3697 to obtain these guidelines or online at http://agriculture.nh.gov/divisions/animal-industry/animal-population-control.htm.

Fees: $25 per animal which includes spay or neuter and $15 towards a rabies vaccination.

Procedure: Obtain an application by calling the Animal Population Control Program at 603-271-3697.


 Friends of Animals Program-National Program.

Eligibility Requirements: To be eligible to participate in this program you must be a cat or dog owner regardless of financial need.

Fees: Dogs are $110 for females and $74 for males. Cats are $85 for females and $61 for males.

Procedure: Obtain an application by calling 1-800-321-7387 or www.friendsofanimals.org.



Greater Nashua Humane Society-Nashua, NH

603-889-2275 ext. 30. www.hsfn.org. Low cost vaccination clinics and low cost spay/neuter clinics. Female and male cats $95. Male dogs: $200. They do not do female dogs.


Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society - Catmobile

Locations are subject to change (mobile unit)

Fees: Female cats $120, Male cats $80. Qualified feral cats are $60.

Procedure: To make an appointment with the Catmobile call 978-465-1940 or go to www.catmobile.org. for online booking (Mon-Fri 10am-4pm) Monthly schedule located at www.mrfrs.org. Email: catmobile@mrfrs.org


Rozzie May Animal Alliance-Conway, NH

Procedure: For dogs and cats. Call 603-447-1373 or visit www.rozziemay.org. Vaccines also available and has mobile unit that travels to Rochester, Dover and Brentwood April – November.


Animal Welfare Society-Kennebunk, ME

Procedure: Contact  www.animalwelfaresociety.org  or call  207-985-3244 ext. 120

Cats: $60.  Male Dog (under 50lbs): $150, Male dogs (over 50lbs ) $180.  Female Dog (under 50lbs): $200. Female dogs (over 50lbs) $230. Rabies vaccines are available for $10. In addition, there are programs available for low income residents.



Animal Allies-Manchester, NH

Procedure: Open to any cat owner that needs financial assistance getting their cat spayed/neutered. Females are $90 and males are $55. For more info, call 1-800-990-7729. No checks accepted.



Animal Refuge League – Westbook, ME

Procedure: Individuals interested must meet income guidelines to qualify for services. 207-854-9771 ext. 107 for more info and pricing or visit



Salem Animal Rescue League –Salem, NH

Procedure: Contact 603-893-3210 Female cats: $50 and Male cats: $25. Must meet national poverty guidelines. For more info www.sarlnh.org


Manchester Animal Shelter-Manchester, NH

Procedure: Residents of Manchester only - Cats only.

www.manchesteranimalshelter.org.  Call: 603-628-3544,

info@manchesteranimalshelter.org. Program is called Quick Fix and also has Fix a Pit program. Call or email for more info.


Monadnock Humane Society-Keene, NH

Procedure: Cost is $60 for male cats, $70 for female cats. Flea treatment, ear mite treatment and microchips are available for an additional fee. www.monadnockhumanesoc.org.  603-352-9011 ext. 101



Animal Rescue Vet Services-Londonderry, NH

Procedure: 603-425-3928 or visit www.arvsonline.org.

Cats: (Female) $100. (Male) $75, Rabbits (Male and Female) $200

Dogs: (Female) $200-$350, Dogs (Male) $180-$300


Conway Humane Society, NH

Procedure: 603-447-5955 (option 3) or email kmcnulty@conwayshelter.org

Cat (Male) $70 (Female) $85, Dog (Male) $100-175 (Female) $125-175




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