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You can help with the pet overpopulation crisis.

Spay and Neuter

pet_vet-icon--02Preventing unwanted puppies and kittens and reducing the number of homeless dogs and cats is a critical to the Pet Alliance mission of saving more lives. Sterilizing cats and dogs means fewer unwanted pets. Reducing strain on shelter systems also allows us to devote more resources to each dog or cat, thereby increasing each pet’s chance for a new home.

We offer easily accessible spay/neuter services for dogs and cats every day provided by our highly skilled veterinary medical team.

Call (407) 351-7722 to make an appointment.

A $25 deposit is required to reserve a surgery spot.  This fee is applied to the cost of the surgery but is non-refundable in the event of a no-show.

Affordable Spay/Neuter Prices

Our prices include e-collars, and for dogs, a pain injection for the first 24-hours and oral pain medication to go home.  Additional charges may apply depending on the health status of your pet.  All pets 6-years old or older must be seen in our clinic for a pre-surgical consultation prior to the day of surgery.  We reserve the right to cancel surgery for any pet for any reason.

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There are a number of subsidized services for pets belonging to income qualified pet owners, click here to learn more.

Are you a generous donor?  Sponsor a low-cost spay/neuter service in our clinic or on our mobile unit in your neighborhood.  Call 407.351.7722 for more.


drrhoadeswithcatSpaying or neutering your dog or cat has many benefits beyond preventing unwanted puppies and kittens.  Altered pets generally live longer, have fewer health problems related to reproduction, are easier to train and live with, and have less desire to roam, a dangerous behavior in high-traffic areas.  Altered male dogs and cats are less likely to engage in frustrating urine marking behaviors, and tend to be less aggressive; the vast majority of serious dog bites are inflicted by unaltered male dogs.  Unaltered pets also have a higher incidence of preventable reproductive cancers, and the chances of these cancers occurring increases as the pet ages.

Learn more about common myths and facts related to spaying or neutering your pet.