Operation SPOT, Stop Pet Overpopulation Today
Missouri 501(c)(3) since 1995

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PO Box 29563 St Louis, MO 63127 - ph: 314.995.8678 - fax: 636.629.0835



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Low-Cost Resources

Operation SPOT's "TenSPOT Fix"

Held each March and September, this program has participating veterinary clinics throughout the area who will spay or neuter any healthy cat and any healthy dog under 50lbs for $10. Additional charge for larger dogs and some clinics require proof of vaccination or they can be purchased from the clinic. Call 314-995-8678 to find out more. [ Download current flyer ]


This is a referral service provided by Operation SPOT, which lists all area veterinary clinics who have pledged to provide low-cost spay neuter to healthy animals at the following rates:
Male cat = $30
Female cat= $40
Male dog= $50
Female dog= $60
Does not include vaccinations, which some clinics require. Call 314-909-VETS for a listing of clinics.

Nooterville Big Dog Program

Free or low-cost spay or neuter for qualified owners of dogs over 40 pounds. Call 314-776-SPAY (7729) for more information.

BARC's low-cost spay/neuter program

Email barcspay@aol.com for pricing information and to make an appointment.

St. Louis County Animal Control

St. Louis County residents may be eligible for the new St. Louis County Reduced Cost Spay/Netuer Voucher Program. Ask your veterinarian if he/she is participating. Vouchers will be available at Hope for the Animals Day on August 16th in Tower Grove Park.

Humane Society of Missouri - "SNIP"

Low-cost program for St. Louis city and county residents. Call 314-802-5700.

Low-Cost Vaccinations: OpSPOT's "Hope for the Animals Day"

$10 distemper vaccinations and $10 rabies vaccinations for dogs and cats. All cats must be in a sturdy carrier, all dogs on a leash.

Low-cost microchips: OpSPOT's "Hope for the Animals Day"

$10 microchips implanted by Avid. Cost includes registration.