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

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. Due to Covid-19 we do have some social distancing procedures to follow so check in and check out may take a bit longer. We appreciate your patience!


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

Dog Spay:  
  • $115 for females under 50 pounds.
  • $140 for females 50-99 pounds.
  • $155 for females over 100 pounds. 
Dog Neuter:
  • $85 for males under 50 pounds.
  • $105 for males 50-99 pounds. 
  • $115 for males over 100 pounds.
  • Crypt Neuter: $120 for under 50 pounds, $145 for 50-99 pounds, $160 for over 100 pounds. 
For Cats:
  • Cat Spay: $75. 
  • Cat neuter: $65. 
  • Crypt Neuter: $75. ($25 charge if testicle is abdominal) 

Hours and appointments

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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.


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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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