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Spay/Neuter Clinic

The services in our clinic are available to any dog or cat owner or caretaker of feral/barn cats and are focused on the prevention of pet overpopulation and pet disease.

We are a nonprofit, high-quality, subsidized (low-cost) clinic. All of our spay/neuter procedures are performed by licensed, Colorado veterinarians with a tremendous amount of experience performing spays and neuters. We perform more than 6,000 spay and neuter procedures each year! We are able to provide our services at such a low cost because we are a nonprofit organization and we receive donations and grant-funding from our many supporters.

Surgery days are typically Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, with limited availability on Fridays and Saturdays. To schedule, call 970-484-1861. Check our Calendar to see the dates we are closed in addition to Sundays.

Rest assured that your beloved pet will be well cared for by animal-loving professionals during their stay!

We offer all of the following clinical services:

Schedule a Surgery

Surgery days are typically Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, with limited availability on Fridays and Saturdays. Appointments are required. To schedule an appointment or for more information, please call us at 970-484-1861. [Hablamos español; llama al 970-672-3550.]

Rabies vaccine is required: All animals serviced at our clinic must be up-to-date on their rabies vaccination, or receive the vaccination in our clinic at the time of surgery for $20. If your pet is up-to-date on rabies you will need to bring proof on the day of their appointment in the form of a rabies certificate from a qualified veterinarian. Rabies tags will not be considered proof of inoculation.

Females are tattooed: Your pet will receive a small, green tattoo near the incision site. This tattoo is not another incision – it is just a small score in the top layers of the skin filled with tattoo ink and covered with surgical glue. The tattoo will ensure that anyone examining your animal will know they have been previously spayed, and it's especially helpful if your pet were ever lost and found. When your pet's fur grows back after surgery, the tattoo isn't normally visible.

Good to Know: Please bring prior vaccine records for your pets if you have them. All cats must be in carriers, and all dogs must be on leashes. Please note we accept only Cash and Credit Cards (no American Express, no checks).

Spay/Neuter Financial Assistance

If you are on government assistance or are low-income and need help with the cost of services, you may apply for financial assistance through our Prevent A Litter Plus (PAL+) Program.

Feral & Barn Cat Procedures

Feral and barn cats are welcome in our clinic for surgery on regular surgery days, and pricing includes spay/neuter, pain medication, rabies and FVRCP vaccinations, and ear-tip (required).

If you do not want the cat to be ear-tipped, you will be asked to pay our regular fees. FCCRSNC believes that sterilizing feral cats is a very important piece of ending pet overpopulation which is why we offer this community service at such a low price. Appointments are required, so please call us ahead of time if you are planning to trap feral cats for surgery in our clinic! Click here for more information on the services we offer for feral cats.

We are now a retailer for Tru Catch Light Duty Animal Traps, which are perfect for trapping cats for transport to our clinic. They are available for purchase from our shelter for $70 each and are the same style used by our Community Cat Program.

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