Low-Cost Spay & Neuter

The NHS Spay & Neuter Center is dedicated to providing you and your pet with affordable, high-quality spay and neuter services.

NHS Spay & Neuter Center

*Due to a burst fire suppression pipe that flooded our shelter medical area, our Spay/Neuter Center is currently not open to the public. It is, instead, being used to provide medical services to shelter animals.  We hope to begin flood renovation soon! Thank you for your patience. 

The Nebraska Humane Society Spay & Neuter Center is dedicated to providing you and your pet with affordable, high-quality spay and neuter services. Our center is staffed with highly-trained, caring individuals who will treat you and your pet with the utmost care and respect. 


Check the services and fees pages for a full list of options »

Dog Spay:  
  • $120 for females under 50 pounds.
  • $155 for females 50-99 pounds.
  • $175 for females over 100 pounds. 
Dog Neuter:
  • $90 for males under 50 pounds.
  • $110 for males 50-99 pounds. 
  • $120 for males over 100 pounds.
  • Crypt Neuter: $125 for under 50 pounds, $145/$150 for 50-99 pounds, $160/$165 for over 100 pounds. 
For Cats:
  • Cat Spay: $80
  • Cat neuter: $70
  • Crypt Neuter: $80 ($25 charge if testicle is abdominal) 

Hours and appointments

We are unable to schedule appointments right now due to an unforseen flood. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

Learn more about the process

Put your mind at ease before and after your pet has surgery by reading about our process »


Spay and neuter surgery is very safe. Although uncommon, post-op emergencies can occur. In these cases, close monitoring and quality care is essential to identifying an emergency. Learn more »

Feral Cats

If you decide to bring your cat(s) to the NHS Spay & Neuter Center (SNC) to be sterilized, please note the following information:

  • One or two feral cats may be dropped off between 7:30 and 9 a.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays. No appointment is necessary. Feral cats are not accepted on Thursdays.
  • All feral cats brought in for surgery MUST be in individual raccoon size traps. No feral cats will be accepted in carriers, kennels, boxes, etc. Only one cat per trap.
  • Cover the trap with a towel or sheet to minimize the cat’s stress level and view of its surroundings.
  • Cats will stay overnight and must be picked up between 7:15 and 9 a.m the morning after surgery.


There are many myths surrounding spaying and neutering pets. Test your knowledge »

For Veterinarians

Our process is high volume, but still high quality. We encourage you to learn more about the services we provide to the community. Learn more »

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