Low Cost Spay/ Neuter Options:

The Kingston Humane Society

Offers a Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic for Cats once a month. Current limit is 10 cats per month, but they are looking to increase this in the future.

Please see their Spay/ Neuter Options page on their website for more information.

Lanark Leeds & Grenville Spay Neuter Clinic

Phone : 613-345-7729, located at 4099 County Road 29, RR#4 Brockville, ON   

This is a private self-funded clinic focused on providing affordable spay & neuter to the community.

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Southeastern Ontario Spay Neuter Clinic

Phone: (613) 392-7729, located at 764 Old Highway 2, between Belleville and Trenton, ON

This is a private self-funded clinic focused on providing affordable spay & neuter to the community.

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The OSPCA has two low-cost high-volume spay/neuter clinics:

  • 905-898-6112 (Ontario SPCA Centre Veterinary Hospital, Stouffville – just outside of Newmarket)
  • 705-734-9882 (Ontario SPCA Marion Vernon Memorial Animal Clinic, Barrie)


The Kingston-Napanee Spay Neuter Clinic

613-352-333 – temporarily located at Kingston West Vet Hospital, 2165 Bath Rd, Kingston, Ont

This is a privately owned clinic. https://www.kingstonnapaneespayneuterclinic.com/

The Toronto Humane Society

The Toronto Humane Society operates a low-cost high-volume spay/neuter clinic

  • Phone: 416-392-2273 and press #2 to reach the spay/neuter services.

Further discounts available to those receiving ODSP, OW, GIS or CIS To find out more visit their website

Local Vets

Call around to local vets to compare prices. Ask if vaccinations are required prior to, and what is essential to have in order to have your pet spayed/ neutered at their clinic.

There is assistance to low-income individuals living within the boundaries of the City of Kingston. The City has a $250 voucher program through the Municipal Fee Assistance Program for spaying and neutering. For more
information, call: 613-546-2695 ext. 4906.

Across the U.S. Border

There is the option to have your pet fixed across the border in the U.S., where it is considerably cheaper than in Canada, but you will have to contact Customs to see what vaccinations are required both to cross into the States and to bring them back into Canada. Info below:

Bringing Pets into Canada Info

Bringing Pets into the U.S. Info