Veterinary Services

Spay & Neuter Services

Our veterinary services are a key tool in the war on overpopulation in Nova Scotia.  Our three animal hospitals and clinics focus on providing spay and neuter services at affordable and subsidized rates for low-income families and individuals for cats and dogs.

Our Spay & Neuter Program services
low-income families and individuals.

By making spay and neuter services affordable and accessible it helps pet owners keep their pets with them long term, reducing unwanted behaviours and an overall happier and healthier pet and owner!  Our veterinarians accomplish a high volume of spay and neuters per day, making a real difference in the number of unwanted litters in the community.

Dartmouth SPCA

High Volume Spay & Neuter Clinic
5 Scarfe Court Dartmouth NS B3B 1W4
vet@spcans.ca | 902-706-4155

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Cape Breton SPCA

High Volume Spay & Neuter Clinic
401 East Broadway, Sydney, NS B1P 6J1
hospital@spcans.ca | (902) 241-2240

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Yarmouth SPCA

High Volume Spay & Neuter Clinic
298 Hardscratch Rd, Yarmouth, NS B5A 4B3
yarmouthclinic@spcans.ca | (902) 742-9767

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Testimonials

“They were always kind and patient if we called with more questions and answered everything to our specifications. Very caring and concerned with making it an easy transition away from home for kitty.”

“The process was really easy. The communication was clear. The woman with whom I spoke with on the phone and at the clinic was friendly, knowledgeable and professional.”

“Prompt and courteous service. Staff kind and caring. Explained procedures and aftercare as well as what to expect and look out for. Very happy with the service.”

No-Kill Principles

The SPCA ensures essential medical care to every animal that comes through our doors.  Through our veterinary hospitals and clinics, we are able to perform surgeries and treat in-house, keeping costs as low as possible.

We follow no-kill principles which means we do not euthanize animals for space.

Before adoption, kittens and cats undergo a complete physical exam, FeLV test, 1st distemper vaccine, flea treatment, worm treatment, 24Hour Pet Watch Microchip, 8-week trial of SPCA Pet Health Insurance, and are spayed or neutered.

Likewise, puppies and dogs receive a complete physical exam, 1st distemper vaccine, flea treatment, worm treatment, 24Hour Pet Watch Microchip, 8-week trial of SPCA Pet Health Insurance and are spayed or neutered.