ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance

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Thank you for visiting the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance page. Due to the ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19, the unique requirements of our tight surgical spaces, and the safety of our staff, we have temporarily suspended all training programs for the remainder of 2020, and have also suspended all public appointments for spay/neuter surgery until at least Labor Day 2020.

Beginning in July, we will start to offer a very limited number of spay/neuter surgeries for shelter and foster animals. We will be working with our transport partners and other community groups to address the needs of these vulnerable animals in an effort to avoid unnecessary pet surrenders, euthanasia, abandonment, and suffering. The ASPCA is committed to prioritizing the health and safety of the community, the animals we care for, and our staff and will closely monitor the situation. Based on the recommendations of public health officials and the ongoing developments of our own internal protocols, we will slowly phase in more staff and surgical teams, increase surgical capacity, and begin taking public appointments as quickly as possible. Our goal is to return to “new normal” operations in the last quarter of this year. Until then, if you are looking for spay/neuter services for your pet, please call your local veterinary office to see who may be providing them. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience and ongoing support. We encourage you to check back again in late August or early September for updated information.

We are still providing free access to urgent veterinary care for residents in Western North Carolina. These services include urgent veterinary needs on an outpatient basis (none requiring hospitalization), such as treatment for ear and eye infections and acute vomiting and diarrhea. Access to urgent veterinary care is by appointment only. The location for services will be provided when an appointment is made.

Appointments can be requested by calling the following ASPCA hotline between between 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM: (855) 434-9285

Important Details:
  • Urgent veterinary care services are open to residents of Western North Carolina.
  • Residents should not come if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness. They may send a family member or friend in their place.
  • Masks are required on our campus, all individuals must stay in their vehicle while their animals are taken inside for treatment, and all safety protocols must be followed.

ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance offers high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter services to the communities of Western North Carolina at our stationary clinic in Asheville, North Carolina. A transport service is available through our partnerships with local shelters and rescue organizations in 18 surrounding counties.
 

or call (855) 434-9285

Important Instructions for Patients
Before Surgery   |   After Surgery

Surgical Fees

There is no additional cost for pregnant, in-heat, or cryptorchid animals, or community cat ear tips.

Female dog$65
Male dog$65
Female cat$50
Male cat$35
Microchip$15
Umbilical hernia repair$15
Nail trim$5

We accept cash, credit cards, or checks. Financial assistance may be available. Please call for details.
 

Vaccine Fees

Administered only with surgery.

Required Vaccines

Rabies (if not up-to-date)$15

Optional Canine Vaccines

DA2LPPv (distemper/parvo)$15
Bordetella (kennel cough)$15

Optional Feline Vaccines

FVRCP (distemper/upper respiratory)$15

 
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ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance adheres to the standards for Spay/Neuter Medical Care Guidelines developed in 2008, and updated in 2016, by the Association of Shelter Veterinarians' Veterinary Task Force to Advance Spay/Neuter.

About Us

ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance has worked to provide a solution to pet overpopulation in Western North Carolina since 1994, and we continue to expand our reach nationally through spay/neuter training programs.

Our 15 licensed veterinarians and 40 medical support staff are leaders in providing high-quality spay/neuter procedures and have been described as “setting the gold standard” across the nation by those who have trained with us. All of our veterinarians are compassionate animal lovers who have collectively performed hundreds of thousands of spay/neuter operations. At the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance, your beloved pet is in safe, caring, and professional hands.
 

Hours

ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance is open from Monday 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.; Tuesday through Thursday 7:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.; Friday (no public) 7:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M; closed Saturday and Sunday.
 

Tour Our Facility

Take a virtual stroll through ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance's campus

 
Contact Us

Call us at (855) 434-9285 or email [email protected]

Directions

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From the North

Take the US 19/US 23 South to the I-240 West, exiting at 3A (Patton Avenue). Turn right onto Leicester Highway and drive approximately 7/10 mile, turning right onto Heritage Drive (between the GO Grocery and the Enmark gas station). Bear right at the fork, then left, following the signs for "Building A."

From the East

Take the I-40 West to the I-240 West, exiting at 3A (Patton Avenue). Turn right onto Leicester Highway and drive approximately 7/10 mile, turning right onto Heritage Drive (between the GO Grocery and the Enmark gas station). Bear right at the fork, then left, following the signs for "Building A."

From the South

Take the I-26 West to the I-240 East, exiting at 3A (Patton Avenue). Turn right onto Leicester Highway and drive approximately 7/10 mile, turning right onto Heritage Drive (between the GO Grocery and the Enmark gas station). Bear right at the fork, then left, following the signs for "Building A."

From the West

Take the I-40 East to the I-240 East, exiting at 3A (Patton Avenue). Turn right onto Leicester Highway and drive approximately 7/10 mile, turning right onto Heritage Drive (between the GO Grocery and the Enmark gas station). Bear right at the fork, then left, following the signs for "Building A."

Free Transportation Services

We offer a free transport service, which is provided through our 20 animal welfare transport partners in 18 counties of Western North Carolina.

Our highly skilled and dedicated employees pick up scheduled patients at a pre-arranged location that is supervised by a local transport partner. The patients are then brought to our facility in safe, climate-controlled vehicles for surgery, and then returned to the drop-off location the next day.

If you are interested in having your pet transported to our clinic, please contact your local humane organization, listed below, to ask about the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance transport schedule.
 

CountyOrganizationPhone
AveryAvery County Humane Society(828) 733 - 6312
BuncombeSelf-Transport Only(828) 252 - 2079
CaldwellCaldwell Humane Society(828) 499 - 0289
CherokeeValley River(828) 837 - 2304
GrahamGraham County Animal Advocates(828) 479 - 9791
HaywoodHaywood Animal Welfare Association(828) 452 - 1329
HendersonSpay Neuter Incentive Program(828) 698 - 4481
JacksonCashiers Highlands Humane Society(828) 743 - 5752
JacksonJackson County Humane Society(828) 293 - 5377
LincolnHumane Society of Lincoln County(704) 732-9022
MaconMacon County Humane Society(828) 524 - 4588
MadisonFriends Of Madison County(828) 649 - 9798
MadisonMadison County Animal Shelter(828) 649 - 3190
McDowellPaws And Claws(828) 756 - 4811
MitchellMitchell County Animal Rescue(828) 765 - 6952
RutherfordtonHumane Society of Rutherford County(828) 625 - 9361
RutherfordtonPAWS of Rutherford County(828) 429 - 0457
SwainPlacing Animals Within Society(828) 488 - 0418
TransylvaniaTransylvania Animal Alliance Group(828) 883 - 4085
WataugaWatauga County Humane Society(828) 264 - 7865
YanceyYancey County Humane Society(828) 682 - 9510

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