Spay and Neuter Options

Pets Lifeline Spay/Neuter Clinic (for qualifying pet owners) 

Appointments are required. 

Next date: January 21, 2022 (FULL)

Now accepting appointment requests for February 2022, date TBD. 

Qualifications for Pets Lifeline's Spay/Neuter Clinic: 

  • You must be a resident of the Sonoma Valley, having one of these zip codes: 95416, 95433, 95442, 95452, or 95476. If you have a zip code other than one of these five options you do not qualify for participation. 

  • Your annual household income must not exceed the following:

    • 1 person: $37,800 

    • 2 persons: $43,200 

    • 3 persons: $48,600 

    • 4 persons: $54,000 

    • 5 persons: $58,350 

    • 6 persons: $62,650 

    • 7 persons: $67,000 

    • 8 persons: $71,300 

  • Dogs must weigh less than 25 pounds (we cannot accommodate larger dogs during these clinics. See the bottom of this page for spay/neuter options if you have a dog weighing more than 25 pounds). 

  • Kittens must weigh at least 2 pounds. 

  • Puppies must be at least 4 months old. 

  • The maximum age of pets is 7 years old. If your pet is 8 years or older, we recommend taking your pet to a veterinarian so that additional assessment and bloodwork can be done prior to surgery. 


If the qualifications listed above do not describe you or your pet, please see the bottom of this page for other spay/neuter options. If you meet the qualifications listed above, please submit a Spay/Neuter Appointment Request form. If you have multiple pets to be spayed/neutered, submit one form for each animal. 

What is included: 

  • Spay/neuter surgery 

  • Microchip (if pet is not already microchipped)

  • Rabies vaccine (if needed) 

  • FVRCP vaccine (if needed, cats only) 

  • DAPP vaccine (if needed, dogs only) 

  • Take-home pain medication for your pet

  • E-collar (if needed) 


Pets Lifeline's spay/neuter clinic is free to participants, and is made possible by our generous donors. Donations are always welcome, and help us offset the cost of this program. You can donate online HERE



Clinicas de esterilizacion son gratis y se requiere una cita. Regístrese AQUÍ.

No esterilizamos perros que pesan mas de 25 libras. 

Veterinary Care Financial Assistance for Seniors (Tender Loving Paws)

Pets Lifeline has a financial assistance program for qualifying seniors in Sonoma Valley to pay up to $200 toward veterinary care. This can be used to spay/neuter a pet through a local veterinary clinic. 

To learn more about this program and to see if you qualify please call us at (707) 996-4577.  

Feral/Community Cat Spay/Neuter

Pets Lifeline has a free feral/community cat spay/neuter service for the Sonoma Valley. Please CLICK HERE to be redirected to our webpage detailing this program. 

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Other Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinics

Humane Society of Sonoma County 

(707) 284-3499 

For residents of Sonoma County. 

CLICK HERE for information and pricing. 

Napa Humane 
(707) 252-7442 

For residents of Napa County (occasionally open to out-of-county residents). 

CLICK HERE for information and pricing. 

Low Cost Veterinary/Wellness Clinics

VIP Community Clinic at Pet Food Express, Sonoma 

(707) 935-0777


CLICK HERE for more information.

Community Veterinary Clinic at Humane Society of Sonoma County 

(707) 284-1198 

For eligible low-income residents of Sonoma County. 

CLICK HERE for more information and eligibility criteria. 

Napa Humane 
(707) 252-7442

For residents of Napa County. 

CLICK HERE for information and pricing. 

Sonoma Valley Veterinary Hospitals 

Arroyo Veterinary Hospital 

(707) 996-1054 

18501 Highway 12, Sonoma 

Sonoma Animal Hospital

(707) 996-4561 

19275 Arnold Dr, Sonoma

Sonoma Valley Pet Clinic

(707) 938-8198 

20080 Arnold Dr, Sonoma

Sonoma Veterinary Clinic 

(707) 938-4455 

21003 Broadway, Sonoma

Valley of the Moon Veterinary Hospital 

(707) 939-9957 

975 Boyes Blvd, Sonoma