We have several programs that reduces the overall cost. If you receive medicaid or food stamps then the cost of the spay/neuter is free. You pay a $10 transport fee and for vaccines, if needed. Please call our spay/neuter phone line at
(336) 237-0131 and leave a message for a volunteer to get back to you.
We can give you a better idea of the cost when we speak with you.
Q: How do I qualify for spay/neuter assistance?
A: You must fill out an application. You may download the application(s) on this page or call us and we will mail you one.
Q: If I fill out a voucher application, do I have to make a separate appointment for the transport?
A: Yes. Receiving a voucher does NOT reserve a spot on the transport for your pet. You still need to call the Spay/Neuter Transport line at 336.237.0131 to schedule an appointment.
Q: Can anyone use the transport?
A: All residents of Davidson County may use the transport.
Distemper/Parvo (DALPPv)- $10
Heartworm Test- $18
Feline Distemper (FVRCT)- $10
Feline Leukemia (FELV)- $10
Feline Combo Test- $18
FeLV Vaccine- $10
Over the years, we have saved the lives of thousands of animals. We have also prevented the births of thousands of unwanted puppies and kittens through our spay/neuter programs, thereby working to reduce the serious problem of pet overpopulation.
Spay/Neuter Financial Assistance Programs
The Humane Society of Davidson County (HSDC) also works with Planned Pethood, a low-cost, high volume spay-neuter clinic in Greensboro, on a transport which takes place the third Wednesday of each month at 1114 Piedmont Drive in Lexington. In order to use the transport, you must call the HSDC at 336-237-0131 and make an appointment. You do not need to fill out an application in order to use the Transport unless you are seeking financial assistance.
Anyone may use the transport. In some cases, we provide financial help. To receive a voucher, you must fill out an application and send to P. O. Box 1791, Lexington, NC 27293. If approved, vouchers for animals on the transport cover a portion of the total cost of the operation.
Filling out an application and or receiving a voucher for financial help does NOT reserve a place for pets on the transport. You must call and schedule an appointment. If your pet has a current Rabies certificate, bring a copy instead of the original. It may not be returned to you.