Free and Low Cost

Spay/Neuter Programs


For Pets of “Qualified” Pet Owners


Animal Defense League of Texas

11300 Nacogdoches Rd

San Antonio, TX  78217

210 655-1481


Hill Country Animal League SPCA

924 North Main Street

Boerne, TX  78006

830 249-2341


Texas Veterinary Hospital

2325 NW Military, Ste 111

San Antonio, TX  78231

210 349-2121


San Antonio Humane Society

4804 Fredericksburg Rd

San Antonio, TX 78229

210 226-7461


SNAP – San Antonio Spay-Neuter and Animal Wellness Clinic

6758 Ingram Rd

San Antonio, TX  78238

210 673-7722


SPAY San Antonio

16155 Laredo St

San Antonio, TX 78237

210 351-7729


Animal Care Services

4710 State Highway 151

San Antonio, TX 78227

210 207-4738




Neutering helps pets live longer, lessens the probability of certain physical ailments (some

as serious as cancer) and influences hormonally related behaviors in dogs like digging, escaping,

fence jumping, breeding, fighting, false pregnancies, mounting or humping, and urine marking.

Ordinarily it does not cause major personality changes, make dogs less protective, or

automatically cause obesity.  Neutered or not, overfed and under-worked dogs get fat.