The ASPCA offers free and low-cost spay/neuter surgery via five Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics that travel to many New York City neighborhoods. The mission of the ASPCA is to put an end to the tragic euthanasia of adoptable animals within the five boroughs of New York City by addressing the animal crisis at its sourcein the heart of the city's local communities.
Recognizing that many of the most serious overpopulation and animal health crises arise in neighborhoods with limited access to veterinary care and animal care education, the ASPCA brings spay/neuter services directly to such communities.
Spay/neuter surgery is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis, so please arrive at the mobile clinic between 7 AM - 8 AM to schedule your pet. Pets will be ready for pick-up at 3:30 PM.
There is NO CHARGE for Pit Bulls, Pit Mix or large mixed-breed dogs.
Low-income pet owners and seniors in New York City, with proof of public assistance such as welfare, Medicaid, Medicare, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), disability, food stamps, TANF qualify for FREE spay/neuter services for their cat or dog of any size or breed. Those on unemployment do not qualify for free service.
If you do not have proof of public assistance, a $99 fee per animal is required.
A Rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine for cats/DA2PPV vaccine for dogs and nail trim is also included.
For more info, call Allie Feldman at Senator Peralta’s office (718)205-3881 or (877) SPAY-NYC or visit http://www.aspca.org/aspca-nyc/mobileclinic/