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Alaska SPCA Spay and Neuter Clinic Fees, Hours & Location

The Alaska SPCA Spay/Neuter and Vaccination Clinic was opened in 1978 with the ethic of Prevention not Destruction in mind.

Since inception the Alaska Spay/Neuter and Vaccination Clinic has spayed and neutered over 100,000 dogs, cats and rabbits in Alaska.


Alaska SPCA provides low-cost spay/neuter surgeries with the conviction that prevention of unplanned litters is the most direct way to prevent cruelty to animals.

Alaska SPCA is the expert sterilization surgery center with more than 40 years of experience and compassionate care for dogs, cats and the occasional rabbit. 


Alaska SPCA provides low-cost feline distemper and leukemia vaccinations. We also give canine bordetella, distemper, parvo, and feline/canine rabies vaccinations. 

Vaccinations keep your loved one protected from illness and transmittable disease. 

Alaska SPCA is committed to helping our community have easy access to low-cost vaccinations. 


  • Alaska SPCA microchips dogs and cats, conducts feline leukemia testing, provides free cat nail trimming and implements an easy process for getting your Municipal Dog License. 
  • These services keep you and your pet legal and help get your pet home if they are ever lost.

Financial Aid Available

Friends of Pets in Anchorage offers a voucher to help offset the cost of a spay or neuter surgery through their S.N.A.P. program.

Click here to download the financial assistance form (PDF)

Surgery Fees:

Due to pharmaceutical price increases the Alaska SPCA must increase our prices.
We are still committed to low-cost, high quality services for your pets.
All vaccines and test increases will take effect on March 1, 2016
New spay/neuter costs will take effect on appointments made after March 1, 2016

Our spay-neuter clinic serves the general public with low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to help prevent unplanned litters of dogs and cats. Dogs and cats over the age of one year must be spayed or neutered to receive vaccinations from the Alaska SPCA.


  • Female Spay: $85
  • Male Neuter: $60
  • Rabies: $16
  • Distemper: $12
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccine: $15
  • Feline Leukemia Test: $20
  • Cat Nail Trim: FREE
  • AVID Microchip: $30



  • Female Spay: $100
  • Male Neuter: $85
  • Rabies: $16
  • Distemper / Parvo: $18
  • Bordetella: $15
  • AVID Microchip: $30
  • Municipal Dog License starting at $15



Rabbit Male Neuter: $85 




Effective 03/01/2016

Alaska SPCA Clinic:
549 W. International Airport Rd.
Suite B-2
Anchorage, AK 99518
(907) 562-2999

Alaska SPCA Spay/Neuter Surgeries:
(by appointment only) 
Call (907) 562-2999 
Closed Sat & Sun

Alaska SPCA Vaccination Clinic Hours:
Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm
Please remember to bring in a copy of Rabies Certificate.
Walk-in vaccinations,
microchipping, cat nail trims
Closed Sat & Sun

Alaska SPCA Clinic Staff:
Paula Schmidt, D.V.M. 
Lori, Clinic Manager 
Sherrie, Vet Assistant
Sandra, Vet Assistant
Nessy, Receptionist
Sarah, Receptionist
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