Low Cost Clinics

The Humane Society of Greater Miami runs two low-cost spay and neuter and preventive health care clinics to serve the pets of Miami-Dade County.


No Large Dog Left Behind

Special offer at North and South Dade clinics: No Large Dog Left Behind

For all dogs weighing 50 lbs or more: spay/neuter surgery and Rabies and DHPP vaccines = $32




Current Specials at the South-Dade clinic

Say OK2 SPAY special

  • owned dogs: spay/neuter surgery = $30*
  • owned cats: spay/neuter surgery = $15*

*offer excludes complications.

FREE Spay/neuter services and vaccine for:

  • owned pets with proof of low-income and
  • for free roaming cats – Community Cats.

Click here to learn more and make an appointment today.

North-Dade Clinic

Soffer and Fine Adoption Center
16101 West Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach, FL 33160
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 Vaccinations: Walk-ins only
To schedule a Spay or Neuter appointment:
click here to make an online appointment request or
call 305-749-1827
Walk-ins on space-available basis.
Spay/Neuter Clinic Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
Check-in: 8:00AM
(please note that check-in takes approximately one hour)
Pick-up: 3:00PM – 4:00PM

South-Dade Clinic

South Clinic at Cutler Bay
10700 S.W. 211 St.
Miami, FL 33189
Vaccinations: Walk-ins only
To schedule a Spay or Neuter appointment:
click here to make an online appointment request or
call 305-749-1854
Walk-ins on space-available basis
Spay/Neuter Clinic Hours:
Tuesday through Saturday
Drop off 7:00AM – 8:30AM
(please note that check-in takes approximately one hour)
Pick up 3:00PM – 6:00PM

Vaccine Services hours of operations for both clinics

Tuesday through Friday
9:00am – 11:30am
1:00pm – 3:30pm
9:00am – 3:30pm
Sunday and Monday
Vaccinations, tests and prevention medication:
Walk-ins only

2 breeding bunch

What is spaying/neutering and why should I have it done for my pet?

Spaying and neutering are the surgical sterilization of an animal. It is a routine surgery performed by a veterinarian while an animal is under general anesthetic. The procedure consists of removing certain reproductive organs: in females, the uterus, oviducts and ovaries; in males, the testicles. Under proper veterinary care there is little risk. The animal is usually up and about within one or two days. “Spaying” refers only to female animals; “neutering” can be used in reference to both male and female animals.

A spayed or neutered pet will live a longer, healthier, happier life, will listen better and be easier to train, will be calmer and more affectionate, will be less likely to roam, run away or fight with other animals and will NOT add to the pet overpopulation problem.

Check-in for surgeries with appointments is 8:00am at our North clinic and 7:00am to 8:30am at our South clinic (check-in can take 30-60 minutes, so please plan accordingly). After 8:30 am, all surgeries with appointments lose their priority status and become walk-ins subject to space available.
In preparation for all surgeries, pets must be fasted (NO food or treats – water is ok to prevent dehydration) from 8pm the night before surgery.

Basic Products & Services

Microchip (includes Registration)$20.00            
Heartworm PreventionPrice varies according to size            
Prescriptions for Heartworm Prevention$5.00            
Flea & Tick PreventionPrice varies according to size            
Nail Trim$10.00+            
Fecal Test$15.00            

In the best interest of your pet’s health, all vaccines and dewormers must be administered 2 weeks prior to surgery.

Services for Cats

Vaccines:Rabies (1 year)$15.00
Rabies (3 year)$35.00
3-in-1 (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia)$25.00
Spay/Neuter:Female Cat$50.00
Male Cat$25.00
Additional Surgery Charges for Felines (if applicable)
Retained Testicle$30.00
In Heat$20.00
Nemex (hook and round worms), per dose$7.00
Panacur (hook, round and whip worms), price per 3-day dose$15.00
Droncit (Tapeworms)$10.00

**Please Note: If your cat has a pyometra, the doctor will decide whether or not we can perform the surgery. If surgery is performed, the additional cost to the regular spay price can range from an additional $50 to $500. We are NOT equipped to perform emergency pyometra; please go to a private veterinary hospital, emergency clinic, or veterinary surgical hospital.

Services for Dogs

In the best interest of your pet's health, all vaccines and dewormers must be administered 2 weeks prior to surgery. If a female is "in heat", there will be an additional $20 charge; if she is pregnant, there will be an additional $20 charge. If a male has one or both testicles retained, there will be an additional $50 charge.
Vaccines:Rabies (1 year)$15.00
Rabies (3 year)$35.00
4-in-1(Distemper, Adenovirus II, Parainfluneza, Parvo)$25.00
License: (Please note: as of October 2008, license fees have changed.)Miami-Dade County License - Required by Law
Unaltered (not spayed/neutered)$66.00
Altered (spayed/neutered)$32.00
Replacement Tag$6.00
Spay/Neuter:Female 0-25 pounds$90
Female 25-50 pounds$100
Female 50-75 pounds$110
Female 75-100 pounds$120
Male 0-25 pounds$60
Male 25-50 pounds$70
Male 50-75 pounds$80
Male 75-100 pounds$90
Additional Surgery Charges for Canines (if applicable)
Dewormers:Nemex (hook and round worms), price per dose
0-25 pounds$7
25-50 pounds$9
50-75 pounds$11
75-100 pounds$13
Panacur (hook, round and whip worms), price per 3 day dose
0-25 pounds$15
25-50 pounds$20
50-75 pounds$25
75-100 pounds$30
Droncit (Tapeworms)
0-25 pounds$10
25-50 pounds$15
50-75 pounds$20
75-100 pounds$25
Other:Nail trimming$10+

Euthanasia & Care of Remains*

*These prices do not include the fee for cremation. Euthanasia will be performed only for medical reasons. You will need a physical and/or visual confirmation from a private veterinarian stating that euthanasia is in the best interest of the animal.
Euthanasia Injection            $25.00
Care of Remains0-25 pounds$35.00
26-50 pounds$40.00
51-75 pounds$45.00
76-100 pounds$50.00

What is Microchip Identification?

Proper identification could mean the difference between life and death for your dog or cat! Approximately 15 million dogs and 9 million cats enter shelters throughout the United States each year as strays, according to the American Humane Association. Tragically, only 19% of the dogs and 3% of the cats are ever redeemed by their owners. These percentages would increase dramatically if more pets were properly identified.

A microchip ID is a small chip, the size of a piece of rice, injected into the fleshy area between your pets shoulder blades. This chip contains an identification number unique to you and your pet. Shelters and veterinarian offices are armed with scanners that will show your pet’s ID number when scanned and return him home quickly and safely. As of August 17, 1998 all cats and dogs purchased or adopted in Miami-Dade must be microchipped.

Equip your dog or cat with a microchip at the Humane Society for only $20.00. Microchip with spay/neuter surgery is only $10.

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