Low-Cost Clinic


Affordable Yet High-Quality Spay/Neuter & Vaccines

At Ramona Humane Society, we offer low-cost spay, neuter, vaccinations, flea prevention, microchipping and deworming by appointment.

Our working hours are 9:00 am to 2:30 pm Wednesday through Saturday.

Low-cost, High quality Spay and Neuter

By Appointment Only

Female $95 $110 $150 $200 $65 $125
Male $90 $100 $125 $175 $50 $100
Umbilical Hernia Repair Quoted by Doctor Quoted by Doctor
Obesity $25-60 $10-30
Pregnancy $30-80 $20-50
Pyometra $60-100 $25-40
Cryptorchidism $50-100 $25-40

Additional Services Offered During Spay & Neuter Visits:

  • Pain Medication $20
  • E-collar $10
  • Nail Trim $5

Schedule Spay or Neuter

Click the appropriate link below to make an appointment

Low-Cost Vaccines and Other Services

By Appointment Only

DA2PPV (4-1) $16 FVRCP (3-1) $16
Bordetella (Kennel Cough) $16 FeLV Vaccines $16
FeLV/FIV Test $28
Rabies (Required for dogs over 12 weeks) $12 Rabies $12
  • Microchip with Registration $25
  • Pain Medication $20
  • Flea and Tick Treatment-Prices vary based on weight

690 Humane Way, San Jacinto CA 92582 (951) 654-3110

Frequently Asked Questions

Does my cat/dog need to be fasted?

Yes, your pet should be fasted from midnight of the evening prior to their surgery. You should still offer them dinner, pick up food and water at bedtime/midnight. Female rabbits should also be fasted.

Do I need to bring my pet back to get sutures removed?

Pets do not require a second visit to remove sutures; unless mentioned at pickup.  Female rabbits will need to return two weeks after procedure to have sutures removed. 

What time do I drop my pet off?

Cats and rabbits drop off time is 7am. Dogs drop off is 7:30am.

Do I need an appointment for vaccines?

We highly recommend making an appointment for vaccines.  We do take walk ins, however appointments have 1st priority which could equate to a long wait when you walk in.

What age can my pet start their vaccinations?

6-8 weeks of age

Do you issue licenses?

We do not issue licenses at the clinic; licenses are issued at the main office of Ramona Animal Shelter and at the Ramona Animal Control Building. (San Jacinto/Hemet city)

Do you treat sick pets?

We do not treat sick pets or complete wellness exams, we are a low cost spay/neuter and vaccine clinic.

How do I make an appointment for my pet?

You can follow this link to make your appointment online.

What time do I pick up my pet?

Cats pick up time daily is between 3-5pm. Dogs; we will call you after your dog’s procedure and give you the pickup time frame.

Do I need to bring anything with my pet?

All cats and rabbits do need to be in their own carrier. Rabbits also need a small bag of their food brought with them.

Do you offer cat carriers?

Yes, you can purchase a cardboard cat carrier for $8

How long until my pet recovers?

Many pets recover from the effects of anesthesia by the next day. Some will take up to 48 hours to recover.  Most pets are healed from procedure in 7-10 days.

How old does my pet need to be to be spayed/neutered?

Cats and dogs need to be 8 weeks and older and in good physical health.

Do you only spay/neuter cats and dogs?

We also spay/neuter rabbits. They must be at least 4 months old.

Do I have to get my dog a rabies vaccine?

When it comes to required dog vaccinations in California, the only mandatory one is the rabies vaccine. State law dictates that dogs older than three months must receive the rabies vaccine.

What does pre surgical bloodwork check?

Liver function, kidney function, CBC and blood glucose.  Pre surgical bloodwork can show us underlining issues that require the surgery be done at a full service veterinary hospital.

Do I have to have bloodwork completed?

We strongly recommend that small breed dogs over 7 years old, large breed dogs over 5 years old, and cats over 7 years, have bloodwork done before surgery. Of course, if there are any concerns, bloodwork can be done at any age in adult pets.

Upon pre surgical exam Dr may require bloodwork prior to surgery.


Spay & Neuter Costs Assistance

  • The Herdina Fund can help pay for spay, neuter, vaccinations, other medical problems for people 66+ in the San Jacinto/Hemet/pass area, whose individual income does not exceed $1,700 per month. Funding availability is limited.
  • Check resource guide below for more assistance