Operation SaVE (Sterilization and Vaccination Effort) is our low-cost spay/neuter clinic in Little Rock. Wellness services are available for animals only at the time of surgery. There are no income or residency restrictions
to participate in the program, but all surgeries are by appointment only. To request an appointment on-line, click the link at the bottom of this page. Someone will reach out to you to go over appointment details and confirm it for you!
Although there are no residency restrictions, Pulaski County provides subsidies from the contributions made through the Give Five! Campaign for their residents to reduce the costs for surgery and rabies vaccination as a way to promote spay/neuter to reduce the unwanted and homeless pet population
at Operation SaVE. We also have reduced pricing for feral/community kitties that are to be trapped/neutered/returned. For people who do not qualify for these assistance programs, but still cannot afford the cost of surgery
for their pet, please ask us how we can help!
Our pricing schedule is as follows:
Female Dog Spay: $90 Male Dog Neuter: $90
Female Cat Spay: $60 Male Cat Neuter: $55
For Pulaski County residents:
(Proof of residency required. Discount is applied at the time of service.)
Female Dog Spay: $50 Male Dog Neuter: $50
Female Cat Spay: $30 Male Cat Neuter: $25
If your pet does not have current proof of rabies vaccination, one will be provided at the time of surgery for an additional cost.
Other Services available at the time of Spay/Neuter:
Rabies Vaccination: $10 ($5 for P.C. residents) Annual Vaccination: $15
Bordetella (Kennel Cough): $15 Nail Trim: $5
Heartworm Test: $15 FeLV/FIV Test: $20
SNAP 4 DX Test: $30 (Tests for Heartworms and Tickborne diseases in dogs)
Pre-Anesthetic Blood Panel: $45 (strongly recommended for senior pets over 7 years of age)
Microchip: $25 (includes registration)
There is no additional charge for females in heat or pregnant.
Additional fees may be added for cryptorchid males, extra large dogs (over 70 pounds) and aggressive dogs.
Help end the cycle of pet homelessness by spaying or neutering your pet!
Note: Pets should be at least 3 months old and weigh at least 5 pounds for surgery (2 pounds for kittens).