February is Spay and Neuter Awareness Month. To celebrate, we are offering 10% off any spay or neuter appointment created in February. Please note that the appointment just needs to be made in February, but may take place later.
IMPORTANT: Our vaccination scheduling system only books out for one month at a time; however, new appointments open up daily. If it is showing that all appointments are booked, please try on the next day. We apologize for the inconvenience.
We offer affordable vaccination, microchipping and euthanasia services for all pet owners, and spay/neuter services for the cats and dogs of New York State residents who receive public assistance. See below for details and to request services.
|Microchips and Vaccines|
|Tech Exam (required before services are administered)||$25|
|Microchip (free with spay or neuter surgery)||$25|
|Cats or Dogs: Rabies Vaccination||$25|
|Cats: FVRCP/HCP (based on availability)||$25|
|Dogs: DA2PPv (Distemper)||$25|
|Dogs: Bordetella (Kennel Cough)||$25|
|Cats: FELV/FIV SNAP Test||$50|
|Dogs: 4 DX (Heartworm, Lyme, Anaplasma, Ehrlichia)||$50|
|Income Qualified Spay/Neuter|
|Cat Spay Surgery||$165|
|Cat Neuter Surgery||$165|
|Dog Spay Surgery||$265|
|Dog Neuter Surgery||$265|
|Cat/Small Animal Euthanasia||$50|
|Private Cremation||Starting at $165|
Brachycephalic breeds will incur a $100 surcharge in addition to the regular surgery rate. Brachycephalic breeds include, but are not limited to, English and French bulldogs.
Dogs weighing 90lbs and over will incur a $100 surcharge in addition to the regular surgery rate.
Cryptorchid surgery will incur a $60 surcharge in addition to the regular surgery rate.
- If your pet is not microchipped, you must agree to allow MHHS to implant a microchip at the time of surgery.
- Dogs and cats are required to be up to date for rabies and distemper vaccination prior to being admitted for surgery. If your dog or cat is not up-to-date for both vaccines, your pet will need to be scheduled for vaccinations before you can qualify for surgical services. You can self-schedule your pet for vaccines below. Please note that new appointments are always being added. If there are none available today, please check back tomorrow.
- The person presenting the animal for spay/neuter services must provide proof of participation in one of the following programs:
- Nutritional Assistance
- Supplemental Social Security
- Housing Assistance
- Family Assistance
- Safety Net Assistance
- Medical Assistance
IMPORTANT: You are REQUIRED to bring proof of NYS residency and proof of benefits with you for your appointment. Your proof will be verified by staff upon check-in. If you do not bring the documentation with you to check-in, we cannot provide services for your pet and you will forfeit your deposit.
Vaccines and Microchips
These services are available to all members of the public, and can be self-scheduled by following the link below. Please note all services require pre-payment in full at the time of scheduling, and that we require 48 hours notice of cancellation or your pre-payment will be forfeited. You can self-schedule your pet for vaccines below. Please note that new appointments are always being added. If there are none available today, please check back tomorrow.
Spay/neuter services are available only to New York State Residents who receive one of the approved forms of public assistance listed above under "Qualifying for Spay/Neuter Services." You will be required to provide proof of residency and public assistance to check-in on the day of services. If you do not bring proof, we will not be able to perform surgery.
Dogs and cats must be up-to-date for rabies and distemper vaccinations before being admitted for surgery. If your pet is not up-to-date for these vaccinations, please follow the link above to self-schedule your pet's vaccinations. If your pet is up-to-date for these vaccinations, proceed to the link below to apply for services.
Please note all services require pre-payment in full at the time of scheduling, and that we require 48 hours notice of cancellation or your pre-payment will be forfeited.
Losing a friend is hard. To help people deal with the loss of a beloved companion animal, we offer a free pet bereavement support group on the first Wednesday of each month from 6 to 7 pm. This meeting will take place on Google Meet.
The group is led by Estelle Giles-Monroe, MSW, LCSWR, and made possible through generous support from In the Comfort of Home >>, a house call pet euthanasia service.
All are welcome to join us; reservations are not required.