Companion Animal Hospital

Spay & Neuter

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Empowering Pet Owners to Reduce Overpopulation & Support Pet Health

Affordable, Quality Fixing Vet Care

Over many years, our expert veterinary team has performed 50,000+ surgeries, each backed by the depth of our experience, and warmth of our compassion.

We're tackling animal overpopulation in Hamilton and Burlington. Spaying or neutering your pet is the most critical and impactful component to managing a responsible pet population. It also decreases the risk of many cancerous diseases, and improves balanced and calm behaviours, optimizing the health and happiness of your pets.

Our promise to you and your pet is simple: high-quality care at a price that embraces every corner of our community.

Our licensed Veterinarians and Registered Veterinary Technicians (RVTs) are highly skilled and passionate about every animal's life. Our supplies, medications, and standards mirror those found in any leading veterinary hospitals.

What's Included?

Unique Programs for Everyone

We have 3 unique programs dedicated to serving the diverse members and partners in our network.

Our Pet Health Community Outreach Program is designed specifically for low-income-verified pet owners, to ensure that cost never becomes an impediment to accessing quality surgical care.

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, partners and volunteers, our Subsidized Local Community Program supports population control and health across Hamilton and Burlington.

And finally, understanding that veterinary care can be challenging to find across Ontario, we support non-local residents who need our help with our Out-of-Community Capacity Program.

Regardless of which program you choose, they each come at one comprehensive, integrated price.

Pet Health Community Outreach Program

Everyone should have access to affordable and high-quality veterinary services.

Income-qualified individuals can attend an initial Outreach Clinic with us to obtain updated vaccinations and veterinary support.

After attending your first Outreach Clinic, you may be eligible to receive a referral for our Low-Income Spay & Neuter Services.

Income is qualified based on your CRA Notice of Assessment.

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Subsidized Local Community Program

Thanks to our generous donors, community partners, and volunteers, we provide daily Subsidized Spay & Neuter Services.

This is available for every local companion animal in Hamilton and Burlington that is healthy, and between 4 months and 6 years of age.

Cats (Felines)
Spay for $275
Neuter for $175

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Out-of-Community Capacity Program

Veterinary care can be challenging to find across Ontario.

Our mission drives us to support the greater animal welfare need, recognizing the importance of Spay & Neuter Services towards animal health and wellness.

Cats (Felines)
Spay for $500
Neuter for $400

Dogs (Canines)
Spay for $800+
Neuter for $700+

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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Spaying is the surgical removal of a female animal's ovaries and uterus, while neutering (or castration) is the surgical removal of a male animal's testicles. Both procedures are commonly performed to prevent pets from reproducing.

Yes, spaying and neutering are essential components of responsible pet ownership and help prevent unwanted litters, which contribute to pet overpopulation. By spaying or neutering your pet, you can help reduce the number of homeless animals in shelters and communities.

Spaying and neutering is an important medcial procedure that helps to reduce unwanted litters and help control pet overpopulation. Additionally, spaying and neutering have numerous health and behavioral benefits for pets. They can prevent certain reproductive cancers and reduce the risk of diseases of the reproductive system. Spaying and neutering can also help reduce unwanted behaviors such as roaming, aggression, and marking territory.

Pets who are spayed or neutered may be less likely to show undesirable behaviours such as urine marking and roaming. However, it's essential to note that spaying or neutering alone will not completely eliminate behavioral issues, and additional training and socialization may be necessary.

Spaying and neutering are routine surgical procedures performed by trained veterinarians under anesthesia. While no surgical procedure is entirely risk-free, spaying and neutering are considered safe when performed by a qualified veterinarian in a controlled environment.

Spaying and neutering have been shown to have numerous health benefits for pets, including reducing the risk of certain reproductive cancers and diseases. While there may be some minor risks associated with anesthesia and surgery, the long-term health benefits generally outweigh the risks.

Once you register for your appointment above, you'll receive an email with all the details you need, including prepping your animal for the appointment. You will be provided with a specific drop-off time (generally between 8 am and 9 am) and pick-up time (generally between 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm) prior to your appointment.

Become a Student Veterinary Volunteer!

Our clinic has a regular roster of university student volunteers and we provide valuable clinic experience for Ontario Veterinary College applications.

Most of our volunteer openings occur in the spring and fall, however we often need additional volunteers throughout the year. Please send your cover letter, resume, class schedule, and availability to us below!

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