Spay Arkansas provides affordable, quality spay/neuter services to qualifying low-income clients with no residency restrictions and no maximum number of animals per household. We serve residents of Washington, Benton, Madison, and Carroll counties, as well as Southern Missouri and Eastern Oklahoma. Local rescues, shelters, and those doing feral cat Trap-Neuter-Return are also welcome to use our services. Our clinic is staffed by licensed veterinarians and trained veterinary technicians and assistants. Surgery dates will vary, but typically we are only open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7:00 AM--5:30 PM. We are located at 1909 W Huntsville Ave in Springdale, Arkansas. Please see Clinic Dates for more information.
• Unless special arrangements have been made in advance, all animals must be dropped off during intake hours (7 AM to 8 AM) on the day of the surgery, and picked up later the same day before we close (between 2:00-5:30 PM).
• Please leave your pet in the car when you arrive and come in and fill out the paperwork.
• Cats must be in secure carriers labeled with your name and cat’s name on it (we have carriers available to loan).
• Dogs must be on leashes even if being held in your arms.
• All animals scheduled for surgery must be in good health. Please discuss any health concerns with us when scheduling your pet’s appointment. If an animal is not in good health, we will offer a voucher for an exam at one of our partnering full service veterinary clinics.
• CASH is the only form of payment. We do not accept debit/credit cards or checks.
• Puppies and kittens can impregnate and become pregnant as early as 5 months of age, so do not delay in making an appointment!
• Dogs and cats are at higher risk of infection if spayed while lactating. They may require post-op antibiotics for an additional fee. If possible, it is best to keep puppies or kittens off the mother for 2 weeks before her spay surgery to avoid this risk.
• We can sometimes spay females as young as 2 pounds (about 2 months old) but this is often only done when the animal is going into rescue or is being transported to another owner. Ideally you should wait until 4 months of age. The veterinarian will determine if the animal is large enough for the spay incision to be made. All decisions regarding the size and health of the animal are made by the veterinarian.