In 2014, the ASPCA opened our first stationary spay/neuter clinic in the City of Los Angeles. One of our goals is to reach animals most at risk of cruelty, neglect, shelter intake, and euthanasia at the source—in the heart of the city's local communities. Our newest clinic provides subsidized spay/neuter services to at-risk animals in South Los Angeles.
The ASPCA Los Angeles Spay/Neuter Clinic is located at the South LA Animal Care Center at 1850 West 60th Street, Los Angeles, CA, 90047, and fees are fully subsidized for residents of South LA.
Check back soon for the latest information about the ASPCA LA Spay/Neuter Clinic and our appointment policy.
For additional information, please call our Client Services line at (855) SPAY-SLA (772-9752) or search our national database for affordable spay/neuter services in your area.
Will my cat or dog qualify for surgery at the LA Spay/Neuter clinic?
The ASPCA LA Spay/Neuter clinic is fully subsidized for residents of South LA. We do not take Los Angeles County residents.
What services will be provided at the LA Spay/Neuter clinic?
- Spay or neuter surgery
- Rabies vaccine
- FVRCP vaccine for cats/DA2PP vaccine for dogs
- Nail trim
- Small tattoo, placed close to the incision site when an animal is spayed/neutered
How can I make an appointment?
We accept public appointments on a first come first serve basis Tuesday through Saturday beginning at 7:00 A.M. Space is limited so please arrive early; we do not take anyone past 7:30 A.M. Please call our Client Services line at (855) SPAY-SLA for more information. Please have photo I.D. and a $70 voucher or a $30 coupon from the South Los Angeles City Animal Shelter.
How much does the surgery cost?
Fees for services are fully subsidized, which means all services are provided at no cost to the owner.
I live in New York City. Where can I get my pet spay/neutered?
Visit our Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics calendar to find affordable services for your pet.