Stop Pet Overpopulation Today program
An important part of fulfilling our mission at
the Idaho Humane Society is accomplished through our vigorous spay and neuter
programs. That is why every dog, cat and rabbit adopted from the Idaho Humane
Society shelter is spayed or neutered before leaving for a new home.
Our Veterinary Medical Center also provides
high-quality, affordable spay and neuter surgeries for public animals. Through the SPOT (Stop Pet Overpopulation Today) program, our
medical center performs nearly 10,000 spay and neuter surgeries each
your pet live a longer, healthier life by scheduling a spay or neuter surgery today! Our Medical Center performs the procedures
7 days a week, all for affordable prices. Please click here to see the IHS Veterinary Medical Center price list.
Fee Spay/Neuter Packages
Click here for more details about our low-income qualified reduced fee veterinary medical programs.
- Feline spay: $40 (Regardless of income; any household qualifies)
- Feline neuter: $30 (Regardless of income; any household qualifies)
- Low-income qualified canine spay: $95
- Low-Income qualified canine neuter: $65
To schedule your pet for a spay or neuter surgery, contact the IHS
Veterinary Medical Center at (208) 342-3599.
for pit bull dogs and feral cats
The Idaho Humane Society sees an abundance of pit bull type dogs relinquished by their owners or arriving as strays, as well as feral
cats from all across the Treasure Valley. The IHS Veterinary Medical
Center offers extremely reduced fees to spay and neuter these specific animals. This
program for pit bull dogs and feral cats is NOT income-qualifying; any
household is eligible to participate.
$10 spay or neuter (cats must be in a trap and traps are available on loan).
Schedule by calling (208) 968-1083 or emailing SPOTferalcats@idahohumanesociety.org.
Pit bull type dogs: $25 spay or neuter. Schedule by calling or texting Jenn at (208) 866-1629 or emailing SPOTpitbulls@idahohumanesociety.org.
Please “Spay it Forward" and donate to help support the SPOT program and the vital, low-cost, spay/neuter services it provides.