SPCA of Wake County Spay/Neuter Vouchers

The SPCA of Wake County works with a group of dedicated local veterinarians to provide lower cost spay/neuter surgery to pet owners who might not be able to afford the one-time cost of spay/neuter surgery.

Redeemable at the participating veterinary clinics listed below, this voucher provides a discount on the surgery fee. Other fees will be associated with this surgical procedure (see FAQ below). The SPCA is grateful to the veterinarians offering the discounted service.

Please take the time to read the FAQ below before you purchase a voucher. We get a lot of questions about the voucher program. The answer to your question can most likely be found below. The link to purchase a voucher can be found at the bottom of the page.


Voucher Program FAQ:

1. Which option does the SPCA have for the LOWEST price on spay/neuter surgery?

The Saving Lives Spay/Neuter Clinic pricing is all inclusive and is lower than the voucher pricing. Make an appointment at the low-cost Saving Lives Spay/Neuter Clinic here. Otherwise, use a voucher that provides a discount on the surgical fees only. Other fees will be associated with the surgery. Vouchers can be used at one of the participating veterinarians listed below. 

Here's an example of other fees that might be associated with the surgery for an adult male dog:

2. What does the voucher cover?
Cost without Voucher (prices are generalizations):
$179.00 Surgical fees (includes anesthesia, suture materials and catheters)
$42.50 Pain relief medications
$47.50 Pre-operative bloodwork
Surgery total without voucher: $269.00 

Cost with Voucher (prices are generalizations):
$57.00 Surgical fees with voucher/cost of voucher (includes anesthesia, suture materials and catheters)
$42.50 Pain relief medications
$47.50 Pre-operative bloodwork
Surgery total with voucher: $147.00 


3. What is the cost of a voucher?

Male Cat: $46.00
Female Cat: $56.00
Male Dog: $57.00
Female Dog: $76.00


4. What are some other fees that might be associated with my pet's vet visit?
Pre-surgical requirements and prices may vary radically from veterinarian to veterinarian. Some vets require pre-op bloodwork, some do not. Some vets require parasite testing (such as heartworms), some do not. Vets will vary on other vaccines that are required pre-surgery. All vets (and North Carolina law) require that your animal is up-to-date on a rabies vaccine. * TIP: If you know your animal needs vaccines, call around to find a vet that will not charge an additional office visit. Many vets will charge a la carte for the vaccines at the same time as the surgery. 


5. What if my cat/dog is in heat?
Most vets will spay an animal in heat but some will not. When a female cat or dog is in heat, there is an increased flow of blood to the uterus. Since the uterus is being removed during spay surgery, the surgery will require extra time, extra care, plus additional suture materials and anesthesia. Therefore, there will be an additional cost.


6. What is an example of an additional fee that may be incurred during surgery?
A female pet in heat is one example (see question above). Occasionally a male animal's testicle will fail to drop and must be removed surgically out of the abdomen.


7. Can I use the spay/neuter voucher at any vet clinic?
No. These vouchers are only good at the participating veterinarians listed below. All of these vets are geographically located in the greater Wake County, North Carolina area.


8. Can the SPCA give me the different prices for the varying fees associated with each vet?
No. You will need to call around to the vets and inquire based on your individual pet's needs. Prices will vary based on your pet's sex, age, weight, vaccine history, and current health. * TIP: Prices may vary greatly from vet to vet. There is nothing wrong with price shopping for these medical services. Call around to find the best fit for your finances and your level of desired service. Please remember all participating veterinarians are already generously providing a valuable service.


9. Why can't veterinarians provide a deeper discount on spay/neuter services?
Veterinarians are committed to helping all animals but veterinarians are also small business owners with employee salaries to pay and fixed costs such as rent and utilities. If veterinarians provided all services at little or no cost, pretty soon they all would be out of business.


10. How do I purchase a voucher?
Click on the appropriate block below to purchase the corresponding voucher. Once your purchase has been completed, you will receive an email message. Your voucher will be attached to that email as a pdf. Please print the voucher and bring it with you to your vet appointment. A hard copy will not be mailed to you. To receive a voucher over email, the system requires one voucher purchase per transaction. You may purchase more than one voucher, BUT you must run your credit card each time in a separate transaction. PLEASE NOTE: There will be an additional charge of $20.00 per lost voucher if you misplace it before using it. Please treat the voucher like cash.

Earlier today we shared information about "conversation spaces" that were planned to support students, faculty, and staff. Given the response and identified need, we will be continuing these. Thursday 11/10 and Friday 11/11 from 10am - 4pm in the Student Involvement Center of Talley we will have staff and counselors available. We will be providing a comfort station with granola bars, snacks, and water. 

Male Cat Neuter Voucher Female Cat Spay Voucher
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Animal Kingdom Veterinary Hospital
336 East Durham Road
Cary, NC 27511

Ansede Animal Hospital
3535 S. Wilmington Street, Suite 107
Raleigh, NC 27603
(919) 661-1515

Complete Pet Care at Falls Pointe
9500-120 Falls of Neuse Road
Raleigh, NC  27615
(919) 841-4211
(919) 841-4678 (fax)
Care First Animal Hospital at Glenwood
5725 Glenwood Avenue
Raleigh, NC  27612
(919) 783-7387
(919) 783-7321 (fax)
Grace Park Animal Hospital
11010 Lake Grove Blvd, Suite 104
Morrisville, NC  27560
(919) 462-1212 or (919) 462-1214

Complete Pet Care at Heritage
941 Gateway Commons Circle
Wake Forrest, NC 27587
(919) 263-9778

Care First Animal Hospital at Oberlin
1216 Oberlin Road
Raleigh, NC  27608
(919) 832-3107
(919) 834-4045 (fax) 

Care First Animal Hospital at Tryon 
6400 Tryon Road 
Cary, NC  27518 
(919) 851-7475   

Cat Clinic of Cary
2464 SW Cary Pkwy
Cary, NC  27513
(919) 469-9000
(919) 481-4259 (fax)
Cozy Cat Veterinary Hospital
3721 Lynn Road, Suite 102
Raleigh, NC 27613
(919) 571-9007
(919) 571-9884

East Wake Animal Hospital 
103 Green Pace Road
Zebulon, NC  27597
(919) 375-4180

Heritage Animal Hospital
3415 Rogers Road
Wake Forest, NC  27587
(919) 435-1978

Lake Wheeler Veterinary Hospital
2720 Lake Wheeler Road
Raleigh, NC 27603
(919) 829-5511
(919) 829-0385 (fax) 

Magnolia Animal Hospital
4200 Capital Boulevard
Raleigh, NC 27604
(919) 873-9190
(919) 873-9510 (fax)

Reedy Creek Animal Clinic
916 NE Maynard
Cary, NC 27513
(919) 467-7848

Safe Care Feline Spay/Neuter Clinic
8411 Garvey Drive, Suite 109
Raleigh, NC 27616
(919) 872-7233
(919) 872-7732 (fax) 

Six Forks Animal Hospital
7130 Six Forks Rd.
Raleigh, NC  27615
(919) 847-5854 
(919) 848-0325 (fax)
Swift Creek Animal Hospital
9412 Penny Road
Raleigh, NC 27606
(919) 851-8387

Tyson Animal Hospital
5415 NC Hwy 55
Durham, NC  27713
(919) 544-8297

Capital Boulevard Animal Hospital and Pet Inn
6471 Triangle Plantation Drive
Raleigh, NC 27616
(919) 948-6666