Humboldt Spay/Neuter Clinic provides high-quality spay and neuter services for dogs and cats at an affordable cost. There's no question that preventing the birth of unwanted animals saves lives. Click here for more information and cost
Keep Your Pet Healthy
Humboldt Spay/Neuter Clinic also provides core vaccines essential to keeping your pet healthy, as well as heartworm testing, feline leukemia and FIV testing and microchipping, all at an affordable cost. These services are offered to animals during their spay or neuter surgery, and anytime thereafter. Click here for a price list and more information.
Basic Health Checks
Humboldt Spay/Neuter Clinic also offers basic wellness exams and minor illness exams for low-income families. We do require proof of low-income and we are very limited in the services we can provide for sick or injured animals. Please call our office at (707)442-7729 for more information.
Feral Cat Assistance
We're reducing Humboldt's homeless cat population by spaying and neutering stray and feral cats. We loan traps and assist with trapping and transportation when needed. We understand the importance of managing feral cat colonies in order to keep cats safe and healthy Most feral cats that come through our clinic are also in desperate need of basic health care, such as flea, parasite and ear mite treatment, wound care, and a Rabies vaccine; all of these treatments are included in the cost, no feral cat will be left untreated. Click here for more information about our feral cat package.
Second Chance at a Happy Life- Adoption is an Option!
Since opening our own spay/neuter clinic, we have assisted in re-homing several stray and abandoned cats and dogs. It's amazing to be able to give these wonderful animals a second chance at the happy and healthy life that they deserve. Placement into a loving home completes the journey for many of the animals that come through our program. We screen applicants to help ensure a successful placement and provide support and education as needed. We work with many volunteers who dedicate their care and time to ensure these animals are ready to be placed into loving homes. If we are unable to house an animal or place them into foster care, then we reach out to other local organizations that will ensure the animals will be placed into loving homes. Check out our adoptable cats here
Trap Neuter Release
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is a method for humanely and effectively reducing feral cat populations. The cats are trapped, sterilized and vaccinated, then returned to their home locations where they are fed and monitored by caretakers. New cats are immediately trapped and altered to prevent breeding. Learn more here.