HSSV’s Medical Center will be closed all day on Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Humane Society Silicon Valley (HSSV) offers affordable spay and neuter surgery for healthy dogs and cats up to the age of 8. Surgery is by appointment only and includes take home pain medication for dogs. Cats receive an injectable pain medication that lasts 3 days.

Schedule an Appointment

  • Surgery appointments are available Tuesdays – Saturdays
  • Surgery drop-off time is 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. and pick-up is 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
  • All dogs must be on leash. Cats must be in carriers.
  • Please let us know in advance if your pet has any medical conditions, is currently taking any medication, or is aggressive with other animals or people.
  • Optional laboratory tests can be performed on the day of surgery. Additional fees apply.
  • Please note: Given the high demand for low cost spay/neuter, our schedule fills up quickly! We are currently offering appointments as early as November 2019.

To make an appointment, fill out the form below

Interested in Scheduling a Spay/Neuter Appointment?

 

Fees

Canine Surgery Pricing

 FemaleMale
under 50 pounds$130$110
51-75 pounds$160$130
76-100 pounds$190$160
101-120 pounds*$250$200
 

Feline Surgery Pricing

Female: $100
Male: $80

Requirements

  • Fill out the Spay/Neuter Surgery Release form in English or Spanish at home if someone else is bringing in your dog.
  • Cats and dogs must have proof of vaccinations in order to be admitted for surgery. It is recommended that your dog be vaccinated for the Canine Influenza Virus prior to surgery, but not required.
  • If your pet is not current on their vaccines, rabies and parvo/distemper vaccines will be administered at an additional cost on the day of surgery.
  • Additional charges may apply for any animal that is pregnant, in heat, cryptorchid, or overweight.

Additional Services

(available only at time of surgery, additional charges apply)

  • CBC & Blood Chemistry
  • FeLV/FIV testing for cats
  • Heartworm testing for dogs
  • Deciduous tooth extraction (at vet discretion)
  • Umbilical hernia repair (at vet discretion)

Post Surgery Recovery Care

Recovering after spay or neuter surgery requires special care and attention. Read all about Humane Society Silicon Valley (HSSV)’s post-surgery recovery care for dogs and cats.

FREE Spay/Neuter Services

We have partnered with San Jose Animal Care & Services to offer Portia’s Targeted Spay/Neuter Program: free spay or neuter surgeries (normally $85-$170) to all dogs in select zip codes.

How to Qualify

  • The owner must:
    • Reside in one of these San Jose zip codes: 95111, 95112, 95116, 95122, 95127
    • Present identification that proves residency at time of service (e.g. utility bill, driver’s license)

Requirements

  • Fill out the Spay/Neuter Surgery Release form in English or Spanish at home if someone else is bringing in your dog.
  • If your pet is not current on their vaccines, rabies and parvo/distemper vaccines will be administered, free of charge, on the day of the surgery. A Bordetella vaccine is available at a discounted price of $20 (a $5 savings!).

Schedule an Appointment

  • Ensure you qualify for this service
  • To schedule an appointment at HSSV’s medical center in Milpitas, e-mail medicalcenter@hssv.org, call 408-262-2133 English: x108, Spanish: x381 or fill out the form below.

To schedule an appointment at the City of San Jose Animal Care Center in San Jose, visit their website.

Free Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic

As part of this program we also offer free spay & neuter surgeries for Dogs (40 lbs and under) through our Mobile Clinic at different locations in San Jose. Fill out the form above or call to make your appointment: 408-262-2133, English: x108, Spanish: x381. Please check back for newly added dates.

Interested in Scheduling a Spay/Neuter Appointment?

 

rotary club donation story

Rotary Club of San Jose was so inspired by HSSV’s work that they sponsored multiple spay/neuter clinics for the pets of community members experiencing homelessness. Thanks to their support, unhoused individuals can keep their pets healthy and ensure they get to keep their best friend.

 

Additional Programs

Looking to spay or neuter your rabbit? Visit one of these veterinary clinics:

  • Central Animal Hospital
  • Parktown – Neuter only, not spay
  • Animal Medical Clinic
  • Santa Clara Pet Hospital
  • San Jose Animal Hospital

Community Cat Spay/Neuter Program

What is TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return)? Read more about HSSV’s TNR services.

HSSV’s Medical Center will be closed all day on Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Vaccinations & Microchipping

We offer vaccinations, deworming, and microchipping services on a walk-in basis, during our vaccine clinic hours, at our Medical Center. No appointment is necessary.

Canine Vaccinations and Services

These vaccine protocols are general guidelines. You should discuss your pet’s specific needs with your veterinarian.

Canine Influenza Virus H3N2/H3N8 (CIV) - $35
Starting at 8 weeks of age, then again 2 to 4 weeks later, then once annually.
DA2PP - $25
Starting at 6 to 8 weeks of age, every 3 to 4 weeks until 20 weeks of age, and then annually. Over 20 weeks of age, once, then annually.
Bordetella - $25
Starting at 8 weeks old, or older, to protect against kennel cough.
Rabies - $20
Must be at least 3 months (12 weeks) old. First vaccine is good for one year and from then on the vaccine will be valid for 3 years.
De-worming
$15 Puppy (under 20 weeks):
Roundworm/hookworm de-wormer recommended to be repeated in 3 weeks after initial dose.

Roundworm, Tapeworm, and Hookworm de-wormer:

$30 Dogs less than 25 pounds
$40 Dogs 26 - 60 pounds
$55 Dogs 61 pounds and over

Feline Vaccinations and Services

These vaccine protocols are general guidelines. You should discuss your pet’s specific needs with your veterinarian.

FVRCP - $25
Starting at 6 to 8 weeks of age, every 3 to 4 weeks until 20 weeks of age, and then annually. Over 20 weeks of age, two vaccines 3 to 4 weeks apart and then once annually.
Rabies - $20
Must be at least 3 months (12 weeks) old. First vaccine is good for one year and from then on the vaccine will be valid for 3 years.
FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus) - $25
Recommended for all cats that go outside 12 weeks and older. Initial two vaccines given 3 weeks apart and then annually.
De-worming
$15 Kitten (under 20 weeks):
Roundworm/hookworm de-wormer recommended to be repeated in 3 weeks after initial dose.

$25 Cat Roundworm, Tapeworm, and Hookworm de-wormer

Microchipping

Protect your companion animal with nationwide coverage with a HomeAgain Microchip, the nation’s largest database. A permanent identification chip that is administered similar to a routine vaccine that allows your pet to be identified if lost.

  • $45 regular price
  • $25 at time of spay or neuter surgery

*Prices of services subject to change without notice. Additional services are available at time of Spay/Neuter.