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Fix Your Dog for $105

The Wisconsin Humane Society Spay/Neuter Clinic is an affordable, high-quality spay/neuter clinic open to the public. 

To schedule an appointment at the Spay/Neuter Clinic 
in West Allis, please complete this form 
-OR- call us at (414) 323-6163. 
Drop-off times are listed below. 

Services

Please note that all animals scheduled for surgery must be healthy, between two months and 7 years old, and at least 2 pounds. 

Dog Spay/Neuter - $105

(Dogs over 100 lbs. - $130)
Includes pre-surgical exam, spay/neuter, pain medication, complimentary nail trim. 

Cat Spay/Neuter - $75

Includes pre-surgical exam, spay/neuter, pain medication, complimentary nail trim. 

Additional services
(available only with spay/neuter appointment)

  • Rabies vaccine - $10 (required for surgery; can also bring proof of prior vaccination)
  • Canine distemper/parvo (DHPP) vaccine - $10
  • Bordetella - $20
  • Feline distemper (FVRCP) - $10
  • Microchipping - $25
  • Flea treatment - $5
  • Plastic e-collar - $5 dog/$3 cat
  • Umbilical hernia repair - $10
  • Cryptorchid (undescended testicle)  -  add $20 
     

Hours/Schedule an Appointment

To schedule an appointment, please request an appointment online or call (414) 323-6163.  As we are a high-volume clinic, the phones are very busy. Please leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible. Please note that all animals scheduled for surgery must be healthy, between two months and 7 years old, and at least 2 pounds. Cats must be in a carrier and dogs must be on-leash or in a carrier. 

Monday-Friday

8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. by appointment only

  • Cat drop-off at 8:00 a.m.
  • Cat pick-up, same day at 5:00 p.m.*
  • Dog drop-off at 8:30 a.m.
  • Dog pick-up, same day at 4:00 p.m.*

*Please note the clinic is not staffed overnight.  If you do not retrieve your animal before we close, a $39 boarding fee will be charged and your animal may have to spend the night.

Tattoo Policy

A small tattoo – a simple line next to the incision scar, or on the animal’s underside – is provided to every animal we sterilize. Tattooing at the time of spay/neuter surgery is very common, as it serves as a universal marker that an animal is sterilized, helping to prevent unnecessary surgery in the future. Although your animal may have a surgery scar, some surgical incisions heal so well that no evidence is left behind that sterilization surgery was ever performed, and scars can be indicative of other types of surgery and/or injuries, as well. A tattoo is the best way to indicate that an animal has been sterilized.   

Location

We are located at the corner of Lincoln and National in West Allis. There is a large parking lot in front of the building. 

Wisconsin Humane Society 
Spay/Neuter Clinic
9400 W. Lincoln Ave
West Allis, WI 53227
(414) 323-6163
clinic@wihumane.org

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