Spay/Neuter Clinic

Our clinic is focused on providing free spay/neuter services to Pets Only for the Prince George’s County residents who meet at least one of the following:

If you feel that you meet any of the above requirements please complete our online form.

If you do not qualify for free spay/neuter services, you may request a paid appointment through the online form. The fees are $70 to spay or neuter a cat and $150 to spay or neuter a dog. (There is an additional $50 fee for dogs over $100 pounds) If your pet has not had a rabies shot, we will administer one for $15.

Alternatively, you may call 301-262-5625, extension 9. In either case, a volunteer will call you back to confirm availability and eligibility. You do not have an appointment until you hear from us.

We are not providing spay/neuter services to those who reside outside of Prince George’s County. See the Referrals List below if you need spay/neuter services.

Please be aware, we have a huge backlog due to having been closed for several months. The wait for appointments may be as long as two months. If you need services sooner, see the Referrals List below.

Can I bring a Feral Cat to the Spay-Neuter Clinic?

Our free spay/neuter program is for pets only. Feral animals are not free.

For a fee of $50, feral cats will be altered, given a rabies shot, a first distemper shot, and ear-tipped.

To request a reservation, email Give us your name, address, and phone number, and tell us how many cats you want to bring in. For each cat, please list a name, coloring, and your best guess of sex and age. Feral cats must be brought in a trap (except for young litters, which may come in a carrier).

Other affordable spay-neuter providers?

There are several affordable spay/neuter providers in the area:

Our Location


Directions: Take the Capital Beltway (I-495/I-95) to MD-4 North/West/Pennsylvania Ave (Exit-11B- towards Washington) and turn RIGHT onto Forestville Rd/Ritchie Rd. At the third stoplight, turn RIGHT onto D’Arcy Rd. The clinic is on the left side directly across from the former Prince George’s County animal control facility.