Did you know that in 6 years, one female dog and her offspring can be the source of 67,000 puppies! Or that in 7 years, one female cat and her young can produce 420,000 kittens!
Companion animal overpopulation is a serious problem in most areas of the United States. Millions of animals are euthanized each year because there are not enough homes for all of the animals born each year. SVACA strongly urges animal guardians to spay or neuter their companion animals.
Spaying or neutering has many benefits such as: prevents the addition of more animals to the overpopulation problem, increases the likelihood that a companion animal will live a long and healthy life, and reduces the chance of unwanted behaviors, i.e. spraying in cats and roaming in dogs.
SVACA Spay & Neuter Clinic
WHO - SVACA operates a low cost spay and neuter clinic for residents of Campbell, Monte Sereno, Mountain View and Santa Clara. Affordable services are also available to residents outside of SVACA’s jurisdiction. See restrictions below.
WHEN - Surgeries typically take place on Wednesdays and Fridays. Appointments are required and you can schedule an appointment online. You may also call us at (408) 764-0358 but please note this line is not regularly answered. We will return messages as soon as possible.
WHERE - SVACA’s spay/neuter clinic operates out of our Animal Care Center located at 3370 Thomas Road in Santa Clara.
The cost of surgery (see table below) includes a rabies vaccination for residents of the cities of Santa Clara, Campbell, Mountain View and Monte Sereno; animals, excluding Mountain View cats, must also be licensed before or at the time of surgery. Learn more about animal licensing. Residents of other cities can purchase a rabies vaccination if needed and license within their city. Be sure to microchip at the time of surgery for only $10!
For More Information - Contact SVACA’s medical team at (408) 764-0358.
|Cat Neuter (male)
|Cat Spay (female)
|Dog Neuter (male under 50 lbs)
|Dog Spay (female under 50 lbs)
|Dog Neuter (male 50-80 lbs)
|Dog Spay (female 50-80 lbs)
|Microchip at Surgery
|Rabies vaccination (dog or cat)
|Cat Vaccination - FVRCP
|Dog Vaccination - DA2PP
|FIV/Feline Leukemia Test
Animals must be between four months and six years of age and weigh between four to eighty pounds to be considered for surgery.
Other restrictions may apply, please call (408) 764-0358 for more information.
The Friends of SVACA offers spay/neuter surgery vouchers to low income Campbell, Monte Sereno, Mountain View and Santa Clara residents.
Santa Clara County offers spay/neuter vouchers for Santa Clara County residents.
The Palo Alto Humane Society offers spay/neuter surgery vouchers to low income residents and rescue organizations.
For SVACA Clients
Pre and Post-Op Instructions
Other low cost resources for spay/neuter services follow: