KHS Spay & Neuter 

Spaying or neutering is a surgical procedure for pets to prevent unwanted litters and help pets live healthier lives. This is why we offer dog neuter, dog spay, cat neuter, and cat spay services!

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The Kansas Humane Society spays or neuters all dogs and cats prior to adoption and offers services for qualifying members of the public. We have been fortunate enough to receive a grant from the Bernice Barbour Foundation, Petco Foundation and Lewis H. Humphreys Charitable Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee to help underwrite costs, which allows us to offer quality surgical care with greatly reduced prices through this incredible program.

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The Kansas Humane Society offers discounted spay and neuter services for those in the community who can provide proof of financial need. By offering these much-needed services, we help save animal lives by preventing unwanted litters and work towards reducing Wichita's pet overpopulation problem.

Our Spay/Neuter Fees

All Dog Spay & Dog Neuter - $85 
All Cat Spay & Cat Neuter - $60

You must have an annual household income of $40,000 or less to use our services and provide one of the following proof of income to qualify for our services:

Previous Year's Tax Return
Vision Card
Medicaid Card
Unemployment Benefits Letter
Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits Letter

*income qualification does not apply to feral cats. Learn more.

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Is your pet spayed or neutered?

Yes   No

Spaying or neutering helps your pet live a longer and healthier life and is vital in reducing the number of unwanted pets in our community.

You've saved hundreds of animal lives.

Thank you for being a responsible pet owner. By spaying/neutering your pet, you've helped reduce pet overpopulation and, by reducing the number of unwanted pets in our community, you’ve saved hundreds of animal lives.

Is your household income $40,000 or less annually?

Yes   No

Thanks to generous donor underwriting, we are able to help those in the community who might not be able to afford a spay/neuter surgery for their pet elsewhere.

We're sorry, but you do not meet the qualifications to participate in our program.

View Other Low-Cost Options in the Area

Unfortunately, due to our program requirements, you are not eligible to participate at this time. Please click the link above to locate other low-cost options in the area.

What type of pet do you have?

Dog   Cat

How much does your dog weigh?

80lbs. or more   Less than 80lbs.

You qualify! Click the link to get started.

Sign Up & Prepay

You meet the qualifications to participate in our donor-subsidized spay/neuter program. Please click the link above to make your appointment and payment. You must bring your Proof of Income with you to your pet’s surgery appointment.

You qualify! Click the link to get started.

Sign Up & Prepay

You meet the qualifications to participate in our donor-subsidized spay/neuter program. Please click the link above to make your appointment and payment. You must bring your Proof of Income with you to your pet’s surgery appointment.

Is your cat easy to handle? Can you easily put it in a carrier?

Yes   No

If you can easily place your cat in a carrier, you may use our donor-subsidized spay/neuter program. If your cat is generally difficult to handle and impossible to put in a carrier, you may have a feral cat. Feral cats require special handling. Spay/neuter services for feral cats are provided through our TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) program. Please call (316) 220-8719 to make arrangements.

You qualify! Click the link to get started.

Sign Up & Prepay

You meet the qualifications to participate in our donor-subsidized spay/neuter program. Please click the link above to make your appointment and payment. You must bring your Proof of Income with you to your pet’s surgery appointment.

Your cat may be considered feral.

Sign Up & Prepay

A feral cat is one that is born and raised in the wild or one that has been forced to revert to wild ways in order to survive. Feral cats require special handling. Spay/neuter services for feral cats are provided through our TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) program. Please call (316) 220-8719 to make arrangements.

Other Low-Cost Options

If you do not qualify for our program, there are other options in the Wichita area. The following local veterinarians and clinics designate themselves as low-cost. You can contact them directly. If you are concerned about cost, we recommend that you ask for an estimate of the surgery charges including anesthesia, pain medications, etc. in your initial conversation.

 

Spay/Neuter Kansas

(316) 263-4200

319 N. Hydraulic

 

Mulvane Animal Clinic

(316) 777-4283

10231 S. Rock Road

 

El Paso Veterinary Clinic

(316) 788-1561

233 S. Georgia Avenue

 

Hutton Veterinary Clinic

(316) 681-0261

2828 E. 31st Street S.

www.huttonvet.com

 

Best Friends Pet Clinic

(316) 729-4226

9424 W. Central

Pets Adopted

from the Kansas
Humane Society

Since January 1, 2017

5,235