All About Our Spay/Neuter Clinics
Bringing a pet in for surgery? New policies. Find out how to prepare here.
At All About Animals, we are spay/neuter specialists; sterilizing over 300,000 cats and dogs since 2005 and over 31,000 in 2020 alone. All About Animals Rescue is the largest high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter animal welfare organization in Michigan. Our surgery centers are located in Warren and Flint.
Warren: Performing surgery 5 days a week for your convenience!
Welcome to All About Animals Rescue’s 13,000 square foot stationary spay/neuter surgery clinic in Warren. The clinic is located at 23451 Pinewood St., Warren, MI 48091.
Surgery check in for dogs and dental procedures is 8 am. Check in for cats is 8:30 am. Check in for TNR/trapped cats is between 9 am and 10 am. Monday through Friday. Dogs go home the same day between 4 pm – 5pm. Cats are our guests for the evening and go home the next morning between 7:15 am – 7:30 am; 8:30 am on Saturday.
Flint: Performing surgery 5 days a week for your convenience!
Welcome to All About Animals Rescue’s 15,000 square foot stationary spay/neuter surgery clinic in Flint. The clinic is located at 507 W Atherton Road, Flint, MI 48507.
Dogs and cats check in at 8 am; TNR/trapped cats is between 8:30 am – 10 am (8:30 am – 9 am preferred for TNR. Tuesday through Saturday for spay/neuter. Dogs go home the same day at 5 pm. Cats are our guests for the evening and go home the next morning at 7:15 am.
How much is Spay/Neuter?
$80 for dogs and $40 for cats
For funded specials, please be sure to check this page.
How old does my pet have to be?
Our veterinarians specialize in pediatric spay/neuter and sterilize pets as young as 8 weeks old weighing 2 or more pounds. Cats can get pregnant at 4 months of age and can have up to 3 litters a year. Puppies can get pregnant by 5 months of age and have up to 2 litters a year.
What services are provided with spay/neuter?
Spay/neuter, nail trim and pain medication are included in the surgery fee. Flea prevention, heartworm prevention, de-wormer, heartworm testing, FELV/FIV testing, microchipping and vaccines are available at an additional cost. Click here for more available services and pricing.
Community Cats (feral, barn cats, free-roaming):
Yes! We will spay/neuter!
The regular cost is $40 for spay/neuter, $15 for rabies vaccine and eartipping is free. We hold Trap Neuter Return training every month. Taking the TNR class entitles you to discounted spay/neuter for TNR cats: $25 which includes a rabies vaccine, mandatory eartip and pain medication injection.
Please note that shelter is essential to these cats, especially if any are getting spayed/neutered over the winter. While their hair is growing back in after surgery, they really need dependable shelter. We hold shelter building workshops a few times during the year. For more information on community cats, shelters or Trap Neuter Return click here.
All animals are examined by a Licensed Veterinarian before surgery. Licensed Veterinarians perform the surgeries and oversee all aspects of the clinic to ensure all pets are well cared for.
We follow “The Association of Shelter Veterinarians veterinary medical care guidelines for spay-neuter programs” which is nationally recognized and endorsed by the ASPCA.
All clinic equipment has been reviewed by Licensed Veterinarians to ensure that it meets their high standards.
What’s the difference between a Transport, Mobile, Warren or Flint appointment?
Click here to find out!
Cash or credit card only – checks and American Express cards are NOT accepted.
Should you miss surgery check in, there may be a $25 overnight charge to take care of your pet and we will spay/neuter them the following day. Check in is at 8 am. Pick up for dogs is 5 pm the same day as surgery and 7:15 am the next day for cats (Saturday pick up times vary between 7:15 am or 8:30 am. Please confirm the pick up time at the time of your appointment).
***Spay/neuter typically costs $200 or more, so you are getting about a $160 savings!****