Surgeries are by appointment only, unless it is a humanely trapped community cat (see our feral/community cat section for more information)
Full payment of services is due on the morning (at drop-off) of your pet’s appointment. Spay Memphis accepts cash and credit/debit cards for payment. Checks ARE NOT accepted for payment of services.
Grants or other discounts may be available to offset these costs. You can view available grant funding here.
Dogs (must be at least 8 weeks old)
Spay (female) or Neuter (male) $100 (includes an e-collar, nail trim, pain injection, and take home pain medication)
Cats (must be at least 8 weeks old AND must weigh at least 2 lbs.)
Spay (female) or Neuter (male) $55 (includes nail trim and pain injection)
Feral cat spay/neuter $35 (includes rabies vaccination, ear tip, pain injection, and penicillin shot). Feral cats must be in a live, humane trap (like a raccoon trap) and only one cat can be in a trap. No appointment is required, but we only accept feral cats Tuesday – Thursday from 7:30-8:30 am. Please review our feral cat policies for more information.
For domestic cats and dogs 5 years and older, Pre-Op blood work ($25) is required.
Beginning April 1, Spay Memphis has suspended all scheduling of rabbit and pig spay/neuter surgeries to re-evaluate time and cost of these surgeries. Any surgeries already scheduled will be honored on the appointment date they are scheduled for currently.
If you do not already have an appointment scheduled, we recommend the following:
- Rabbits: Berclair Animal Hospital, Barks & Medication, & English Veterinary Care
- Pigs: Berclair Animal Hospital
An additional complicated surgery fee may be incurred if your pet needs hernia repair or other major complications unrelated to spay/neuter.
*Prices are subject to change as needed and are not guaranteed until an appointment is made*