Spay/Neuter Assistance Program

The need-based Spay/Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) was created several years ago in an effort to provide the low-income public with an affordable way of spaying and neutering their animals, and thus preventing unwanted litters. In 2011, 340 owned dogs and 170 owned cats were spayed/neutered through this program.

OLHS partners with the Animal Clinic of Oxford and Crossroads Animal Hospital to provide these services to the public. We are able to spay/neuter animals Monday through Friday (no holidays). If you are low-income and need assistance spaying/neutering your animal, please call the shelter at (662) 236-7631 to make an appointment. Once an appointment is made, your animal(s) will need to be dropped off at the shelter at 8:00 AM the morning of surgery, and picked up between 4:30 and 5:00 PM the same day. Please do not feed your animal(s) after midnight before surgery, although he/she can still have water.

All spay/neuter fees must be paid by cash, debit or credit card.  We will no longer accept personal checks.

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S.N.A.P. Application download here.

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Spay/Neuter Assistance Program Fees

Feline: 

     Neuter (male): $55

     Spay (female): $70 

Canine:

     Small (1-25 lbs): $70

     Medium (26-50 lbs): $80

     Large (51-70 lbs): $90

     X-Large (71-100 lbs): $105

Complication Surcharges* (all pets):

     Including, but not limited to,

     Pregnancy, Estrus and Cryptorchid:  $40 (and up)*

Rabies Vaccination**: $20

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*The fee for all surgical complication services are charged at the discretion of the veterinarian performing the surgery.  These fees MUST be paid in FULL at the time of pick-up.

**Written proof of a current Rabies Vaccination is required and must accompany the animal at drop-off.  Failure to provide written proof will result in the administration of a Rabies Vaccination for a $20 charge. Rabies tag WILL NOT suffice as proof of current rabies vax.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 September 2017 13:09