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Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic Serving Eastern North Carolina

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Services

spayneuterservicesSpay 2 Save provides high quality, low-cost spay/neuter services to local communities with our state-of-the-art mobile clinic. All spay/neuter surgeries are performed by a qualified and licensed veterinarian. Every patient receives a physical exam by the veterinarian prior to surgery. Patients who require additional veterinary care may be referred to local full-service veterinary clinics.

Spay 2 Save adheres to the standards for Spay/Neuter Medical Care Guidelines developed in 2008 by the Association of Shelter Veterinarians' Veterinary Task Force to Advance Spay/Neuter.  Additionally, the staff has participated in extensive training through the ASPCA National Spay/Neuter Mentorship Project.

How to make an appointment

  • Appointments are required for all animals. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept walk-ins.
  • We only accept CASH for services. All cash payments must be made on the morning of your scheduled appointment, at the time of drop-off.
  • We recommend that you have your dog vaccinated for Distemper-Parvo & Bordetella & your cat vaccinated for Distemper at least two weeks prior to your scheduled appointment so that he or she will be better protected from these diseases. However, if you are not able to have your pet vaccinated prior to your appointment, Rabies & Distemper vaccinations are included in the price of the spay/neuter. Owners of animals that are current on their Rabies vaccination must show proof of vaccination (the Rabies certificate or paperwork from the vet, not the Rabies tag). If no proof is available, a one-year vaccine will be given to animals estimated to be 4 months or older. Optional additional services are available to our surgery patients at additional cost. See our fee schedule below for details.

What's the Cost?

$95 Dog Spay or Neuter *$25 additional if >50lbs
$60 Cat Spay or Neuter
$40 Feral Cat Spay or Neuter



Included with each surgery:

  • A complete physical exam
  • Dog: DA2PP vaccination (Distemper/ Parvo)
  • Cat: FVRCP vaccination (Feline Distemper)
  • Rabies vaccination (required by law)
  • Pain Medication

Notes: We accept area shelter vouchers to cover the cost of the spay/ neuter. There may be minimal additional charges if the pet is cryptorchid. There will be an additional charge of $5 for administering flea treatment to any animals infested with fleas.  (Flea infestation interferes with the sterility of the surgery

Spay 2 Save is not a full-service clinic. Vaccines and other services are only available on the day of surgery. 



Additional Options:

$25 FeLV/FIV Test
$20 Heartworm Test (if over 6 months old)
$25/$30/$35 Heartworm Prev (Iverhart MAX, 6 mos.)
$15 Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccine
$15 FeLV (feline leukemia) vaccine (negative test required)
$15 Ear cleaning
$10 Cat Deworming
$15 Dog Deworming
$30 Cat Flea/Tick Prev (Frontline, 3 mos.)
$35 Cat Flea/Heartworm Prev/Ear mite treatment (Revolution, 3 mos.)
$35 Dog Flea/Tick Prev (Frontline, 3 mos.)
$65 Dog Flea Prev (Comfortis (oral), 6 mos.)
$25 Microchip [includes lifetime registration]
$5 E-Collar

Note: If you would like to print and fill out our registration form before your appointment, click here.

Our Mobile Clinic

The Mobile ClinicThe state-of-the-art mobile clinic is managed and operated by a skilled, compassionate staff including a NC-licensed veterinarian. Our staff monitors patients before and during surgery, as well as throughout the recovery period.

  • 33’ state of the art mobile surgery clinic
  • Climate-controlled kennels 
  • The most current surgical techniques, anesthesia, and equipment. 
  • Our facility has passed a thorough inspection by the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board and meets the highest standards for care.

 

Thanks to the North Carolina Community Foundation for their grant toward the purchase of cabinets and stainless steel counters in the mobile clinic.