We are a spay/neuter clinic that offers low cost, professional, high-quality care for dogs and cats.

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Our Mission
To provide professional, subsidized spay/neuter services to eliminate the unnecessary euthanasia of cats and dogs due to overpopulation and lack of resources while empowering communities to care responsibly for their pets.

Services and Pricing

Spay/Neuter

Female Dog
$80
Male Dog
$70
Female Cat
$60
Male Cat
$50
*Spay/Neuter surgery includes anesthesia and pain medication at time of surgery. Includes rabies vaccination if needed. Additional fees may apply for cryptorchid or pregnant animals, dogs in heat, pyometra, exploratory surgery or additional medications or services as needed. Additional fees for dogs over 80lbs.

Services available at time of surgery

E-collar
$10
Bordetella Vaccine (Kennel Cough) Dog________________________
$10
Fecal Test
$5
Nail Trim
$5
Deworming - Dog
$10
Deworming - Cat
$5
FeLV/FIV Test-Cat
$20
Heartworm Test- Dog
$15
DAPPv-Dog & HCP- Cat
$15
Microchipping
$20

Feral Cats

  • $30 for male or female
  • Must come in humane trap (NOT a carrier)
  • May be dropped off Monday & Tuesday between 8:30am-9am
  • Only 2 cats per person
  • Will receive rabies vaccination and eartip

Walk-in Vaccine Clinics 10am-2pm

* Thursday, May 12th

* Thursday, May 26th

* Thursday, June 9th

* Thursday, June 23rd

* Thursday, July 14th

* Thursday, July 28th

Services offered during this time:

Microchips
$15
DAPPv -Dog
$15
HCP- Cat
$15
Rabies
$10
Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
$10
Dog Dewormer
$10
Cat Dewormer
$5

Petco Love 2021-2022

Do you have a Pit Bull or Pit mix that needs to be fixed? Do you live in Hamilton County? Then we have a grant to help spay or neuter them for free! Thanks to Petco, we are able to do this at no cost and any necessary vaccines needed at the time of surgery. Give us a call today to schedule your appointment before funds run out!

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The Clinic

In February of 2017 our team, comprised of individuals with years of experience in animal welfare, opened the clinic out of a response to the growing need for high-quality spay/neuter services in Chattanooga. We partner with over 150 other clinics in the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance to make a significant impact on the homeless pet population.
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