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Los Angeles Area Spay/Neuter Resources

Sterilizing, or "fixing", your pet is imperative if we are to be successful in limiting the number of healthy, adoptable animals euthanized each year. And in Los Angeles, it's also the law. All dogs and cats, with a few specific exceptions, must be sterilized by the age of four months old (eight weeks). Spaying/neutering eliminates accidental litters, in addition to making your pet healthier and happier. More information on spaying and neutering and why you should do it, visit the Found Animal Foundation's page on the topic.

There are a number of resources for Los Angeles pet owners that need assistance in getting their pet spayed or neutered. Below is a list of local programs and organizations that provide support (in alphabetical order).


The Amanda Foundation - The SpayMobile travels to under-served communities and conducts sterilization surgeries on-site in their mobile van. Their schedule varies monthly and is available online. You must call their toll free number to make an appointment. - 1-888-349-7388.

Angel Dog Foundation - Their mobile van has a varying schedule each month. Pets must weigh at least 2 lbs. and be at least 8 weeks old. Call 888-504-SPAY to make an appointment.

Clinico - Provides spay/neuter services to the public that are based on which zip code you live in. The following zip codes are included: 90710, 90744, 90731, 90660, 90201, 91331, 91335, 91406, and 91605. Check their website to confirm locations and services offered.

LA County Department of Animal Care and Control - Has a PDF available of participating veterinarians that offer low-cost spay/neuter surgeries. County shelters do not provide spay/neuter surgeries to the public. Please check the organization's website for updates to the list.

Fixnation - Provides free spay/neuter services to homeless stray and feral cats with their "Free Feral Program." They also offer discounted services for tame and owed cats. They also offer discounted vaccination programs.

Friends of Animals - Offers a pre-purchased certificate redeemable for a spay/neuter surgery at one of their participating veterinary hospitals. They can be ordered online or by calling 1-800-321-PETS (1-800-321-7387).

Golden State Humane Society - Provides low-cost spay/neutering and other minor treatments. Call the Garden Grove office at 714-638-8111 or the Long Beach office at 562-423-8406 for more information

LA Animal Services - Discount and free vouchers are available at each of the six LA City animal shelters and are redeemable at participating veterinary offices. Surgeries are also made available through their mobile van. You must call 888 349-7388 for the mobile's dates and times. Lastly, spay/neuter surgeries are offered at four of the six LA City animal care centers locations.

Pasadena Humane Society - Offers low-cost spay/neuter surgeries through their SNIP program. They serve the cities of Arcadia, Glendale, La Canada Flintridge, Pasadena, San Marino, Sierra Madre and South Pasadena. Call to make an appointment. They also offer a feral cat TNR program.

Pet Assistance Foundation - Provides assistance for spay/neutering. Call 877-772-9738 and the appropriate extension (see link) for more information.

Sam Simon Foundation - Provides free spaying and neutering in addition to non-orthopedic surgeries to low-income families. To schedule an appointment, call 1-888-364-7729. (As of 6/30/11, their website states they are no longer accepting appointments for sterilization - only other types of surgeries. However, they still list the information regarding spay/neuter surgeries.)

SNAP - Offers low-cost spay/neuter surgeries from their mobile van in Pasadena. The services are only available to Pasadena residents.

spcaLA - Offers spay/neuter surgeries to the public, have a discount program and accept LA Animal Services discount coupons. They also offer a feral cat sterilization program. Lastly, the ASPCA offers an extensive database and map that lists not only the above spay/neuter programs, but individual hospitals that also offer discounted surgeries to the public.

If you would like to submit a spay/neuter program to the list, please email us.

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