FULL! May Spay & Neuter Clinic
May Spay & Neuter Clinic
UPDATE: Our May 27th clinic is now FULL for all appointments. We will be hosting another low-cost clinic next month, keep an eye on our Facebook & website for more details to come.
Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter will be hosting another small, low-cost spay & neuter clinic! This is not a drop-off clinic and an appointment is required to attend. We will begin taking appointments on Monday, May 1st at 8 AM. Sign-ups for the Spay & Neuter Clinics are now ONLINE ONLY. We will not be making any appointments in person or over the phone. Click here to schedule your appointment.
Date – Saturday, May 27th
Clinic Location – YVAS’s Learning Center, 2010 Grand Avenue Suite #1
Dog spay/neuter – $85
Cat spay/neuter – $55
Vaccinations (Bordetella, Distemper, & Rabies) – $15 for one vaccine, $20 for two vaccines, or $25 for three vaccines.
Microchipping – $20 (includes registration)
Other considerations – The safety of your animals is of the utmost importance to YVAS staff and volunteers. Due to the fast pace of this clinic, it is not appropriate for female animals over the age of 4 years or males over the age of 7 years. Dogs must be under 90 lbs. Cats must be at least 2 lbs, dogs must be at least 3 lbs. We do not accept brachycephalic breeds (i.e. smooshed snouts such as French Bulldogs, Bulldogs, Persians, etc.). If you have any questions about whether your animal is a candidate for surgery at our clinic, please contact the shelter.
Our Clinics’ main goal is to provide veterinary services to those who are in financial need and/or those who would not be able to get their animals altered through any other means. YVAS will also be offering limited scholarships for this Clinic. Scholarship applications can be picked up at the shelter (proof of income is required).
Aside from preventing unwanted litters, spaying/neutering your pet has many health and behavioral benefits. If you are unable to attend our Clinic, please contact your veterinarian or contact YVAS for a list of Billings veterinarians.