We are not currently scheduling spay/neuter appointments.
To help safeguard the community and meet the needs of the animals that depend on us, we have implemented several modifications and temporary cancellations for a number of AHS services. Full details and most recent updates are available here.
The Margaret McAllister Brock Veterinary Clinic will be closed on Saturdays in March. To schedule an appointment, please call 602.997.7585 ext. 4000.
Benefits of Spaying or Neutering Your Pets
Neutering your male pet prior to maturity and spaying your female pet prior to her first heat cycle (both at 4-6 months old) offers the best protection against serious health issues and the establishment of negative behaviors.
Spaying Your Female Dog Or Cat:
- Helps prevent serious medical conditions, such as uterine infections, uterine/ovarian cancer and breast cancer.
- Is far less expensive than the cost of treating an infection, having an emergency c-section, treating cancer or raising a litter of puppies or kittens.
Neutering Your Male Dog Or Cat:
- Helps prevent serious medical conditions, such as testicular cancer and often has a positive effect on your pet’s behavior.
- Makes pet less likely to mark his territory or spray urine throughout the house.
- Tends to make pet less aggressive and less likely to roam.
Spay/Neuter Financial Assistance Available
Thanks to our generous grants, we are able to offer Spay/Neuter assistance for customers in financial need. Please call either clinic listed below closest to your home, and ask a team member about various options for your pet. Low-cost spay/neuter vouchers are made possible by generous grants from PetSmart Charities, Circle of Friends and Fix. Adopt. Save.
Gimme’ 10: 10 percent off clinic services for those with military ID, in law enforcement or firefighters
1 for 5: 5 percent off surgery if you bring in one of five items (paper towels, NEW dog or cat toys, unopened wet or dry dog/cat food, NEW treats or office supplies)
Schedule your appointment
Ready to spay or neuter your pet? Please review Pre-Surgery Instructions.
Pet Age: 2 months-8 years with a healthy veterinary exam. Pre-anesthetic bloodwork required for animals 5-8 years old.
Pet Weight: 3-120 pounds
Margaret McAllister Brock
1521 W. Dobbins Road
Phoenix, AZ 85041
602.997.7585 Ext. 4000
1311 W. Hatcher Road
Phoenix, AZ 85021
602.997.7585 Ext. 4001
*Due to to our veterinarian’s severe allergy to the Shar-Pei breed, we cannot spay/neuter Shar-Peis or Shar-Pei mixes at our Marge Wright Veterinary Clinic. Appointments for this breed must be made at our Margaret McAllister Brock Veterinary Clinic.
Furry Family Fix
In our continued efforts to combat pet overpopulation by increasing spay/neuter resources, AHS offers the Furry Family Fix program, aimed at helping families that have had litters of puppies and kittens.
Under the Furry Family Fix program, AHS will waive the surrender fee for litters of puppies and kittens, while offering the pet owner a free spay/neuter voucher, through our Circle of Friends, for the litter’s mom and/or dad that can be used at one of our public clinics. Learn more.
Spay and Neuter Also Helps Control Pet Overpopulation
There is a pet overpopulation problem in our community, as Valley shelters take in more than 50,000 animals every year. Spaying and neutering is the most effective way to reduce the number of homeless pets in our community. The Arizona Humane Society offers a variety of high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter options to the public. Each year, our skilled veterinarians, who have more than 200 years of combined veterinary experience, perform more than 16,000 spay/neuter surgeries for owned pets at our public clinics and spay/neuter surgeries on shelter pets. The Arizona Humane Society spays/neuters 100 percent of the adoptable dogs and cats in our care.
Fix. Adopt. Save.
The Arizona Humane Society is a proud partner of the Alliance For Companion Animals, a group of five local animal welfare agencies who have teamed up for the “Fix. Adopt. Save.” campaign – a collaborative effort to encourage responsible pet ownership, and to dramatically increase spay/neuter and pet adoption rates in the Valley.