Low-Cost Spay/Neuter, Vaccines and Microchips for Owned Pets:
We are not directly affiliated with any of the organizations below and cannot guarantee assistance from any of them. Contact each organization directly for pricing, services, and availability.
- The Spay & Neuter Center of Southern Nevada schedules spay/neuter surgeries: (702) 240-7729
- Heaven Can Wait schedules spay/neuter surgeries: (702) 655-4800
- Las Vegas Valley Humane Society schedules spay/neuter surgeries: (702) 434-2009
- The Animal Foundation schedules spay/neuter surgeries, vaccines, and microchip clinics: (702) 955-5955
- The Dewey Veterinary Medical Center offers twice-weekly vaccination and microchip clinics: (702) 873-3458
- Hearts Alive Village has a full service, affordable, high-quality clinic, offering more than just spay/neuter and vaccines. For complete services, visit their website or call (702) 780-0002.
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