Butte Humane Society's Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic not only promotes education to the public concerning animal care and the importance of spaying and neutering, but it also provides much-needed low-cost, high quality spay/neuter, vaccination services and after-care services to our community.
Click here for information on local voucher programs that can help provide financial assistance with spay/neuter of your pet.
Mon-Fri: animals MUST have an appointment!
Public Appointment Hours
Mon-Fri 9am - 4:30pm
***Euthanasia services are temporarily unavailable.***
All additional services (vaccines, microchips, tests, etc)
Animals must be 8 weeks of age and/or 2 pounds in weight before they can be altered.
To make check-in for your animal's appointment go quicker, you may print out and complete our anesthetic release form ahead of time.
Surgery Price List
|Canine Neuter||Feline Neuter||$45|
|Small Dog (0-25lbs)||$75||Feline Spay||$65|
|Medium Dog (26-50lbs)||$85|
|Large Dog (51-80lbs)||$95||Surgery Additional Costs|
|Extra Large Dog (81-100 lbs)||$105||Feline Cryptorchid Neuter||+$25-$85|
|Giant Breed Dog (100+ lbs)||$125||Feline In Heat / Pregnant / Obese||+$10-$25|
||Canine Cryptorchid Neuter||+$25-$85|
|Small Dog (0-25lbs)||$85||Canine In Heat / Pregnant / Obese / Over 2 years Old||+$15-$50|
|Medium Dog (26-50lbs)||$95||
To see our vaccination & additional services price list, click here.
To see our euthanasia & after-care price list, click here.
|Large Dog (51-80lbs)||$110|
|Extra Large Dog ( 81-100lbs)||$130|
|Giant Breed Dog (100+ lbs)||$150|
Price list as of 1/10/2013. Butte Humane Society accepts cash and all major credit cards. We do not accept checks except for donations. We do not accept Care Credit.
In accordance with California Rabies Laws and Regulations, 12690, item b, every dog over the age of four months shall be vaccinated against rabies. The law does not require rabies vaccinations for cats. However, because of the high incidence of rabies in Butte County, the BHS Spay/Neuter Clinic requires that all cats and kittens over the age of three months be vaccinated. This is necessary for the health of the cat, the safety of family members and friends and our clinic staff. If an unvaccinated cat scratches or bites someone, it must be quarantined for an extended period of time.