It’s easy to apply for low-cost spay or neuter. If you live in Alachua, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy or surrounding counties, and the cost of spay/neuter would be a hardship for you, you will qualify for our program. Click “Apply Online” below, or print and mail an application form with a check made out to “Fix Them All”. The co-payment for cats is $30 and for dogs is $50. The co-payment is due when the application is submitted. Please note only 2 cats per family are allowed.
The application form will ask which veterinary practice you prefer. All veterinarians will require you to bring proof of current rabies vaccination; if you do not have this, they will vaccinate your pet at the time of surgery at your expense. The rabies vaccine cost is $10. See our Veterinarians page for particulars for each veterinary clinic.
Once we process your application, we will notify you by phone, text or email. A surgery certificate will be emailed to you and the veterinary practice. All you have to do is contact the veterinary practice within three working days to schedule the appointment then notify us of the appointment date.
Please be advised that your pet's surgery fee covers the procedure and a 24 hour injectable pain medication, only. Should the veterinary clinic find that your pet to be in heat, pregnant, or to suffer from conditions such as pyometra or cryptorchidism (undescended testicle), or any other condition which would require medical attention in order to perform a spay or neuter procedure, THOSE CHARGES WILL BE IMPOSED BY THE CLINIC TO YOU, PAYABLE TO THE VETERINARY CLINIC AT THE TIME YOUR PET IS DISCHARGED.
To participate in spay/neuter offered by Access Veterinary Service Mobile Unit, you will find the venues, dates and sign-up instructions on our Mobile Unit page.