Findlay, OH 45840 USA

Spay and Neuter Clinic

Low-cost Spay and Neuter Clinic

The Humane Society & SPCA of Hancock County hopes to decrease the number of homeless animals by providing access to high quality, low cost spay and neuter services.

Surgeries are performed in the Kirk Surgery Suite at the shelter by highly skilled, licensed veterinarians.  The same high quality products that are found in full-service veterinary facilities are used in our clinic. 

Important Information

  • Surgeries are by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling 419-423-1664 or clicking the SCHEDULE NOW button.
  • An overnight stay for your pet is required. Pets are to be dropped off the day before surgery.
  • Payment is due at the time of drop off. Only cash or credit/debit are accepted. No checks.
  • All animals must arrive properly restrained. Dogs must be on a leash and cats must be in an adequate carrier.
  • Animals must be at least 4 months old to qualify for surgery.
  • Surgery dates are subject to change due to weather or veterinarian availability.
  • If unable to keep your appointment, please contact us at 419-423-1664 as soon as possible to cancel or reschedule.

What are the benefits to spaying and neutering?

Your pet can live a longer healthier life.

Spaying helps prevent uterine infections and breast tumors, which are malignant or cancerous in about 50 percent of dogs and 90 percent of cats. Spaying your pet before her first heat offers the best protection from these diseases. Neutering your male companion prevents testicular cancer and some prostate problems.

Shouldn't I wait until my pet is a little older to have him or her fixed?

Your pet can live a longer healthier life.

Numerous studies have found that pediatric spay and neuter surgeries are safe and lead to effective control of accidental or indiscriminate breeding
Association of Shelter Veterinarians
American Animal Hospital Association
American Veterinary Medical Association

Spaying and neutering is the effective way to prevent unwanted litters and reduce the number of homeless animals.