Spay & Neuter Clinic

For those taking part in the HSCC’s In-Clinic spay/neuter program, please be prepared with the following information:

  • Yearly income for the household (must be prepared to bring proof of income to clinic)
  • Weight of your dog(s)
  • Please bring dog(s) and cat(s) in carriers or kennels
  • Please DO NOT give the pet anything to eat or drink after midnight on the night before the procedure

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic for Low Income Families in Cherokee County

The Humane Society of Cherokee County (HSCC) sponsors spay/neuter clinics for cats and dogs for residents of Cherokee County only.

Clinics are open to pet owners who have a total household income of up to $25,000 per year. The pet owner’s cost is based on a sliding scale according to income, and proof of income must be provided. Pet owner must be prepared to have their part of the cost on the day of the appointment and the payment will be made at the clinic.

Call 918.457.7997, email or fill out the form below and someone from the HSCC will contact you. Please be prepared to list your income and the weight and sex of the animal.

Or, you may fill out this form and a volunteer will contact you as soon as possible:

 Spay/Neuter Program Form:

Please email humanecherokeecounty[at] or fill out this form and submit it to receive more information and/or apply for the Spay Neuter Program.

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Currently There are Two Other Options to Help Low-Income Oklahomas Spay/Neuter Their Pets:

(1) Oklahoma Veterinarian Medical Association Pet Over Population Control Program

The following will qualify a person for the OKVMA program; you must send a copy of your letter or card along with your application:

  • a Medicaid (not Medicare) care card
  • Social Security Award Letter (this is the original letter you get when you go on Social Security that says “NOTICE OF AWARD” and it is the only Social Security document they will accept)
  • an EBT Card (food stamp card) plus a recent Notice of Certification
  • a letter from DHS stating what type of assistance you receive and confirming low income
  • a current Sooner Care health card

Download and print application.

The OKVMA issues denials throughout the month but they only send out letters of approval around the end of the month. Once you receive your approval letter, you must have your pet altered within 15 days of the date of the approval letter. Local veterinarians that participate in the OKVMA program are Dr. Elliott (456.8281), Dr. Horn (453.2655), Dr. Ullum (456.8555).

OKVMA Contact Information:
Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 14521
Oklahoma City, OK 73113
Phone: 405.478.1002
Fax: 405.478.7193

(2) Spay Oklahoma
This is a (mostly) privately funded program to spay and neuter dogs & cats for families that earn less than $40,000 a year (there is a sliding scale). The basic cost is $40 for adult dogs and $30 for cats. Kittens and puppies under 5 months old are 1/2 price and they will fix them as young as 8 weeks old. They will spay and neuter animals from anywhere in Oklahoma but you have to drive to Tulsa to have the procedure done.

501 E. 36th Street North
Tulsa, Oklahoma