Low-Cost Spay & Neuter

TCAP offers low-cost spay and neuter services to cats and dogs across North Texas.

TCAP provides low-cost spay and neuter services to ensure your pets are healthy and safe. Whether you’re a pet owner in North Texas looking for affordable options or someone who believes in responsible pet care, our services are designed for you.

TCAP offers low-cost spay and neuter surgeries, for cats and dogs, by appointment at one of our eight convenient locations across North Texas. When visiting TCAP, dogs must be on a tight leash, and all cats must be in an individual hard-sided carrier.

TCAP’s nonprofit spay and neuter program is only for healthy pets. Pets with pre-existing conditions should see a full-service veterinarian for their sterilization. 

Learn more about our spay and neuter services by selecting your pet's species below!

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The mission of TCAP is to end animal overpopulation and to improve community animal welfare by providing low-cost sterilization and preventative services throughout North Texas.  Our services are up to 87% less expensive than a full-service vet clinic.

To support this mission, we endeavor to keep our costs low so that more pet owners are able to take the necessary step of sterilizing their pets.  We also offer low cost vaccines and pet dental cleanings.  We do so through the generous donations received from individuals and organizations in the North Texas community.

Spay & Neuter FAQ

Spaying or neutering your pet has multiple benefits, including reducing the risk of unwanted litters, preventing certain health issues, and contributing to a longer, healthier life for your pet. It’s an essential part of responsible pet care.

Scheduling an appointment is easy. Simply visit our online booking page or call us at 940-566-5551 to book your pet’s spay or neuter surgery at one of our great North Texas locations. 

TCAP’s spay and neuter program is designed for healthy pets without pre-existing conditions. If your pet has any health concerns, we recommend consulting a full-service veterinarian for their sterilization needs.

When visiting TCAP, please ensure that dogs are on a tight leash and cats are in an individual hard-sided carrier.

Pets should not have any food or water after 10 p.m. the night before their surgery.