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Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinics


Looking for low cost spay and neuter services in Cincinnati? Check here for clinics and voucher programs that can help you.



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HAMILTON COUNTY

All Creatures Animal Hospital
8451 Beechmont Ave., Anderson Twp, OH 45255
513-474-5700
Website

Noah's Ark Animal Clinics
accepts vounchers
6340 Colerain Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45239
513-923-4400
Website    Facebook

SPCA Cincinnati
3949 Colerain Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45223
513-541-6100
Website   Facebook

UCAN (United Coalition Of Animals)
2830 Colerain Avenue, Cincinnati, OH  45225
513-721-PETS (7387)
Website

   Wags to Riches
   Non-profit consignment for furniture, home goods, accessories
   and jewelry.
   All proceeds support the UCAN Nonprofit Spay/Neuter Clinic

   9697 Kenwood Road, Blue Ash, Ohio 45242
   513-793-7387
   Website


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BUTLER COUNTY

All About PetCare
(Cats AND Dogs) This is a M.A.R.X. certificate program. To purchase, you may call or stop by the office.
3410 Tytus Avenue Middletown, OH 45042
513-424-1626
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Animal Adoption Foundation
Tranport to UCAN Clinic
2480 Millville-Ross Rd., Hamilton, OH 45013
513-737-PETS
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Animal Friends Humane Society
Transport to UCAN Clinic
1820 Princeton Road, Hamilton, OH 45011
513-867-5727
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Noah's Ark Animal Clinics
accepts vounchers
8675 Cincinnati Columbus Rd , West Chester, OH 45069
513-779-6100
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PAWS (Progressive Animal Welfare Society)
Transport to UCAN Clinic
2790 Cincinnati-Dayton Road, Middletown, OH
513-422-PAWS
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CLERMONT COUNTY

Bethel Community Pet Hospital
680 W. Plane St., Bethel, OH 45106
513-734-PAWS (7297)
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Bethel Animal Health and Spay/Neuter
120 E. Plane St., Bethel, OH 45106
513-734-SPAY (7729)
Website   Facebook

The League for Animal Welfare
Transport to UCAN Clinic - Voucher program
4193 Taylor Rd., Batavia, OH 45103
513-735-2299
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WARREN COUNTY

Humane Association of Warren County
230 Cook Rd., Lebanon, OH 45036
513-695-1176
Website   Facebook

Mason Family Pet Hospital
770 Reading Rd., Suite B, Mason, OH 45040
513-398-8700
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NORTHERN KENTUCKY

Friends of the Shelter
Website   Facebook

Highland Heights Animal Hospital
accepts vouchers
2717 Alexandria Pike, Highland Heights, KY 41076
859-781-2577
Website

Noah's Ark Animal Clinics
accepts vounchers
3339 Madison Pike, Ft. Wright, KY 41017
859-426-0426
Website    Facebook

Wags and Whiskers (Wilson Rescue)
offers discount vouchers
Kentucky
859-363-0388
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OTHER

Brown County Veterinary Service
7932 US Hwy 62, Russellville, OH 45168-8945
937-377-5050
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RASCAL Mobile Unit
Dublin, Ohio
614-791-SPAY
Website   Facebook

Spay Ohio
a database of low-cost spay/neuter resources
877-644-6446
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Why should I spay or neuter my pet?

Provided by UCAN

  • Animals that are fixed are less likely to roam, bite, fight and urine-mark.
  • Animals that are fixed have a significantly decreased risk of certain types of cancer.
  • Spaying will eliminate the incessant crying, nervous behavior and unwanted male suitors that can occur during a female pet’s heat cycle.
  • Spaying or neutering at an early age can result in a more affectionate and happy pet.
  • Because it's the right thing to do for your pet and your community. Every year, more than 33,000 unwanted animals are euthanized in the Greater Cincinnati area simply because there are not enough homes.
Do your part. Fix your pet!