The Humane Society of Northeast Georgia’s Spay/Neuter Center is open Tuesday-Friday, and provides low-cost, high-quality surgery for all pet owners with no residency restrictions.
Spay/neuter surgeries are by APPOINTMENT ONLY. To make an appointment, call 770-532-6617 or complete our online appointment form HERE. You also can email SpayNeuter@HSNEGA.org. Call volume may require that you leave a message on voicemail. You will receive an email from us regarding your surgery request within 48 business hours. Please make sure you check your junk mail.
PLEASE NOTE: All surgery appointments at HSNEGA’s Spay/Neuter Center require a $20 non-refundable deposit. One reschedule will be allowed with 72 hours notice before your appointment. If you have a voucher please click HERE.
Surgery fees now include “Go Home” pain medication for dogs and cats. Although, we highly recommend pain injection for cats which lasts for 72 hours for a small fee of $3.00.
|Female over 75 lbs. $100||Female $65|
|Female under 75 lbs. $80||Male $55|
|Male over 75 lbs. $90|
|Male under 75 lbs. $70|
ADDITIONAL WELLNESS SERVICES
- Rabies Vaccine (req. for all pets 12 wks+) $10
- Canine Distemper/Parvo Vaccine $10
- Canine Bordetella Vaccine $10
- Canine Heartworm Test $25
- Feline FVR-CP (feline distemper) Vaccine $10
- Feline Leukemia (FeLV) Vaccine $15
- Feline FVR-CP/FeLV Combo Vaccination $20
- Feline Combo Test $25
- Microchip Implant and Registration $25-30
ADDITIONAL SURGICAL FEES
- E-Collar (cone, all sizes) $5
- Nail Trim $10
- Baby Tooth Removal $10 each
- Anal Glands $20
- Hernia Repair $30
- Ear Cleaning/Plucking $10-15
- Cryptorchid, Pyometra, and 3rd Term $50
- First Term and In Heat $20
- Second Term $35
SPAY/NEUTER CENTER POLICIES
REQUIRED VACCINES: Per the Georgia Dept. of Agriculture, we require a current rabies vaccination on all surgery animals (within the past year). If you cannot provide veterinary proof, the vaccination will be administered at the time of surgery for a charge of $10.
BLOODWORK: Please note that there can be additional surgical risk factors for older animals that often are detected through bloodwork. Bloodwork is highly recommended, and going forward bloodwork is required for all pets 7 years and older. The cost for bloodwork is $40 per animal and must be performed at least 24 hours in advance of surgery. The cost for bloodwork is $40 per animal and must be performed at least 24 hours in advance of surgery.
AGE OF ANIMAL: We perform surgery on animals at least 8 weeks old; kittens must weigh at least 2 pounds, puppies 3 pounds. HSNEGA highly recommends all animals be altered by 4 months old to avoid heat cycles and for faster recovery.
TESTING: We strongly recommend routine heartworm testing for dogs and routine feline combo testing for cats. Surgical complications can arise if your pet is positive for one of these conditions.
PREGNANCY/MEDICAL CONDITIONS: Pregnant females, animals with hernias or cryptorchid (retained testicle) animals will be charged additional fees (see above).
NURSING FEMALES: Female dogs must be scheduled 1 month post nursing, and female cats must be scheduled 2 weeks post nursing. If milk is present during surgery, the incision site is more likely to become infected.
Please have your animal at the HSNEGA Spay/ Neuter Center (the left entrance to the building) on the day of your appointment at 7:45 am for cats and 8:00 am for dogs, no later than 8:30 am. When arriving at the Center, please leave your animal in the car until you have checked in and completed your paperwork. Please advice our staff at if an animal is aggressive check-in. Dogs must be on a leash and cats in a carrier. Feral cats MUST come in a trap. Any animals brought on the day of their surgery after 8:30 a.m. may not be allowed to have surgery that day.
All animals are picked up the same day as surgery. Pick-up time is 4:30 pm.
Before brinigng your pet in for surgery, HSNEGA also asks that you please review our Surgical Admission & Release Form by clicking HERE or downloading the form below. You will be asked to sign this form the morning you drop your animal off for surgery.
AFTER HOURS CARE
PAIN MANAGEMENT: All animals are give pain medication on they day of the surgery. They are also sent home with a supply of pain medication for the recovery period. For an additional fee, cats can receive a three day injection at the time of surgery instead of pills, if desired.
FOOD/WATER: Feed your animal(s) a small dinner and any medications sent home should be given around 7 pm. Meal sizes should be smaller than their regular diet. Give 1/4 of the amount of their food they usually receive beginning at 7 pm and another 1/4 at 7:30 pm. This will lessen the chance of vomiting. They can resume their regular meal schedule the following morning. Start offering small amounts of water one hour after they arrive home. If they keep in down and do not vomit, they can have free access to water.
BATHS: No baths or swimming for at least 10 days after surgery. Make sure the incision site remains dry for one week. Discourage licking of the incision. All animals will have internal stitches that will dissolve on their own and the outside of the incision is secured with surgical glue. If the glue becomes wet, the incision can open. If this happens, please contact a veterinary immediately.
E-COLLARS: Owners can purchase an e-collar to discourage licking of the incision site. We highly recommend an e-collar to ensure the incision heals properly and to reduce the chance of infection from licking.
EXERCISE: No running, jumping or rough playing is allowed for one week. Dogs must be kept indoors and must be walked on a leash. Cats must also be kept indoors.
INTERACTION WITH OTHER ANIMALS: Keep your pet away from the opposite sex for 2 weeks.
INCISION SITE: Check the incision site twice a day. There should be no drainage. Redness and swelling should be minimal.
OTHER SIDE EFFECTS: Adult dogs may have a slight cough from the anesthesia. A depressed, slowly increasing appetite for a few days is not unusual. Vomiting, diarrhea or severe depression are causes for concern and you should contact a veterinarian immediately.