Protectors of Animals Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
144 Main St. Unit E
East Hartford, CT 06118
Phone: (860) 206-7922
Fax: (860) 206-5160
Or Call (860) 206-7922
Your dog must be 3lbs./3 months of age to be spayed/neutered. Your dog will receive a brief physical exam prior to surgery. Our veterinarian reserves the right to refuse services if your pet shows signs of illness or injury. All pets 12 weeks and older receiving services at our clinic must be accompanied by a current rabies certificate at the time of surgery admission or a rabies vaccination will be given, at no extra charge. A rabies tag and hospital invoices are not acceptable proof of rabies vaccination. Appointments are required! When making an appointment, please let us know if your dog has special needs, such as fear of other dogs or strangers.
PLEASE NOTE:A $50 non-refundable* deposit is required for all dog appointments.
*Pit Bull/Pit Bull Mix owners with Department of Agriculture Animal Population Control Program vouchers, which cover the full cost of the surgery, will be refunded the $50 deposit when they pick up their dogs after surgery. Also, if we cannot perform the surgery due to medical reasons, we will refund your deposit.
Standard Dog Spay/Neuter Pricing
All Dog Packages Include Surgery, Pain Medication Administered at the Clinic, Rabies & Distemper Vaccines, Nail Trim and an E-Collar.
501c3 Shelters/Rescues Special Pricing!
All dogs up to 80 lbs - $175 (Pit Bulls & Pit Mixes $100)
Pit Bulls & Pit Mixes - $100
Your dog must look like a pit bull. Final determination will be made by our veterinary staff. All Dog Packages Include Surgery, Pain Medication Administered at the Clinic, Rabies & Distemper Vaccines, Nail Trim and an E-Collar.
Low Income Voucher Program
The state of Connecticut's Animal Population Control Program is NOT currently accepting new applications for their low-income pet sterilization program. Please check back with them at the end of June 2017 by clicking here or by calling (860) 713-2507. We will accept any vouchers that have been issued as long as they have not expired.
Additional Services Available at the Time of Surgery
Other Possible Charges
Dog Services & Fees
Protectors of Animals, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Donating to our clinic gives us the opportunity to spay/neuter more animals - strays, feral cats and low-income owners who need assistance with these services.