SCOTT COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY SPAY/NEUTER PROGRAM
The Scott County Humane Society partners with the Margaret B. Mitchell Spay and Neuter Clinic, in Bristol, Virginia to offer low-cost spay/neuter for dogs and cats in Bristol, VA and surrounding areas. This service is offered through the Scott County Humane Society on a monthly basis. Our spay/neuter days are the 2nd Tuesday of each month. You must reserve a space for your pet by calling 276-452-7247. This is a voice mailbox. Please leave your name, phone number that you answer, and the nature of your call. Your call will be returned in a timely manner.
Should you call the number above to make a reservation and we cannot accommodate you in a timely manner, the Margaret B. Mitchell Spay/Neuter Clinic now offers online registration here. Prices for services are higher if you go directly through the clinic.
DISCOUNTED PRICES THROUGH SCHS ONLY:
Male or female dogs: $55
Female cats: $50
Male cats: $35
Vaccinations $8 (available at this price only on day of surgery)
Supplemental pain medication $2, but SCHS covers this cost for its participants
Other services including heartworm tests, FeLV/FIV combo tests, microchipping, and flea/tick treatment are also available on the day of surgery.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
We have limited space available each month. You must reserve your spot by contacting us. A rabies shot is required (unless you pet has been vaccinated in the past 12 months).
Pets must be transported in an appropriately sized hard-shell kennel. Wire kennels are not allowed. Multiple cats can be placed in one carrier as long as they get along, and the carrier can comfortably hold them. Only one dog per carrier is allowed. Please do not bring food or toys. IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT ALL CARRIERS BE LINED WITH NEWSPAPER OR AN OLD TOWEL. The spay/neuter coordinator will go over all the details with you prior to the date of your appointment.
Since February 08, 2008, SCHS has sent 4673 dogs and cats to be spayed/neutered through the Margaret B. Mitchell Spay/Neuter Clinic.
Year-To-Date through May 18, 2021, SCHS has sent 150 dogs and cats to be spayed/neutered through the Margaret B. Mitchell Spay/Neuter Clinic.