Spay/Neuter Assistance

For Dogs & Cats in Low-Income Families:

Thanks to Pet Friendly Services of Indiana's Spay/Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP), low-income Indiana residents can apply to get vouchers for $25 spay or neuter surgery. We accept these vouchers at our Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic! (Many other vets accept them as well. Click here for the full list.)

Visit the Pet-Friendly Services website to apply and pay online! *Please note that mailed-in paper applications are no longer accepted.*

To help "spay it forward" and provide surgeries for pets in poverty, get your Pet-Friendly Plate here!

For Nursing Moms:

Last Litter Program

Did your dog or cat have an unwanted litter? The Vanderburgh Humane Society's Last Litter program offers free spay surgery for moms and guarantees adoption of her puppies/kittens after 8 weeks of age as long as no life-threatening health issues arise.

To participate in Last Litter, owners must surrender all puppies/kittens in the litter to the VHS. Then, once all puppies/kittens have arrived and been signed over, our Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic will schedule an appointment to spay the litter's mom for free!

It’s a win-win: FREE placement of the puppies/kittens, and FREE spay surgery for mom!

To inquire about Last Litter appointments, call our Intake Department at (812) 426-2563 extension 208.

For "Pit Bull"-Type Dogs:

Pit Stop Program

Vanderburgh County residents can get their pit bull-type dogs spayed or neutered for free through the Pit Stop program! A $17 rabies vaccination is required if not current and a $17 DA2PP vaccination is highly recommended.

To inquire about Pit Stop appointments, contact our Spay & Neuter Clinic at (812) 426-2563, option 1.