ASPCA Spay/Neuter Mobile Clinic Waitlist

Last Updated 4/23/21

**The ASPCA is committed to prioritizing the health and safety of the community, the animals in our care, as well as our staff. Please note that we have adjusted our services as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis:
Safety Notice: In order to help us continue to serve pets in need, we ask that pet parents who have recently traveled to a high-risk state or country, had any exposure to symptomatic or confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, are confirmed positive themselves, or are feeling ill, to please have another caregiver/family member bring your pet or wait until a later date.**

Before you begin, visit our monthly calendar to check what clinics are available today.

 
Step 1: Add your name to the virtual waitlist beginning at 5:30AM.
There is high demand for our services, you may see that we have closed the waitlist shortly after 5:30. If the waitlist is closed, we have reached our maximum for the day. Please look for another date and location that works for you.

Step 2: We will see the first person on the waitlist at 7:30AM. Make sure you are no more than 10 minutes from the clinic location by 7:30. You will receive a notification when the onsite ASPCA team is ready for you. If you do not arrive for check-in within 10 minutes of the notification, your name may be removed. There is no advantage to arriving onsite prior to this time.

Step 3: Pets will be admitted in the order of the waitlist. We will send a text message notification when we are ready for you to approach the clinic. At that time, an ASPCA representative will provide you with paperwork to fill out and ask you questions about your pet's health.

Step 4: Complete your pet's paperwork and wait for the ASPCA staff to retrieve it along with your pet.

Step 5: You will receive confirmation from the ASPCA representative that your pet's intake is complete and notified what time to return for discharge that afternoon.
 

Before you sign up: Check that your name and phone number are correct before clicking "Submit". ASPCA Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics serve approximately 20-25 dogs and cats per day. Space is limited and we accommodate as many animals as possible, however, we cannot guarantee service on any mobile clinic.