Placer SPCA's Mobile Spay & Neuter ClinicIn partnership with AnimalSave, we offer Mobile Spay and Neuter Clinics at our Intake Center (150 Corporation Yard Rd. in Roseville).
You must choose only one date to register an animal. If you register the same animal for more than one clinic, your registration will be canceled and you'll be prevented from signing up for future clinics. At this time, we have a two animal limit. If you have more than two animals that you would like to make appointments for at our mobile clinic, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can put your additional animals on a wait-list for the date you’d like to make an appointment for.If you live in rural regions of Placer County and would like the opportunity to receive low-cost spay and neuter services at your local participating vet, please visit www.placerspca.org/snap.Drop off: 8:30 am - 8:45 amPick up: 2:30-4:00 pm (same day)***Following your registration, you will receive a confirmation email from Placer SPCA with additional information and instructions. You MUST reply to that email to confirm your appointment. Failure to reply will result in a canceled appointment.***
Information for cat owners:
Kittens must be at least eight weeks old or weigh a minimum of two pounds to be safely spayed or neutered. You are encouraged to have your own cats altered through this program.
Additional services, such as vaccinations and other medical treatment, will be at your expense.
Subsidized cat spay and neuter for Placer County residents will continue while funds are available.
Owned Cats: $10.00 Co-pay (Payment due at time of service)If you have registered for a clinic and are no longer able to attend, please notify us by email at email@example.com. Include your name, animal type, and registration date in the email. Please notify us promptly if you are not able to attend so that we may offer the space to another animal.
We partner with Animal Save to provide spay and neuter services. SNAP is funded by the generosity of donors and through foundations and other grantors who share our goal of bringing an end to pet overpopulation.