Dog Spays $150 – Dog Neuters $125
Cat Spays $100- *Cat Neuters $65
Spay and neuter services are available by appointment only.
You must bring proof of rabies vaccination or purchase one at the time of the procedure.
Your pet should not eat after 10 pm the night before surgery nor the morning of surgery. Drinking water is fine.
Fee includes post-op pain medications.
Please call for details. To schedule by phone please call 202-726-2273 and leave a message if our lines are busy or we’re not available.
Potential Additional Charges:
- Obese (overweight) Animal: +$25
- Senior Animal (more than eight years old): +$25
- Aggressive Animal (requiring restraint): +$25
- Animal In-Heat: +$25
- Cryptorchid Neuter (non-descended testicles): +$80
Why Spay and Neuter?
Each year, millions of dogs and cats are euthanized in U.S. shelters. Millions more are abandoned in both rural and urban areas, left to starve and suffer. Most of these animals will die before they have the chance to find loving homes, but before they do, they will reproduce, further contributing to the already rampant animal overpopulation epidemic.
In response to this crisis, The Washington Animal Rescue League provides reduced-cost spay and neuter services. By spaying and neutering these animals, WARL is working to reduce the number needing homes and thereby reduce the number of animals who suffer and die.
Are there really millions of animals euthanized each year? That seems like a lot.
Experts estimate that the number of animals euthanized in the United States each year could be in excess of four million.