Thanks to the Responsible Pet Owners Alliance for providing this information!


Free and Low Cost

Spay/Neuter Programs


For Pets of “Qualified” Pet Owners


Gladys Harborth Animal Resource Center

Phone:  (210) 351-SPAY or 351-7729  

A partnership of Animal Care Services, Animal Defense League,

Humane Society of Bexar County, and Veterinary Medical Association of Bexar County

Residents on Public Assistance – Free

Residents with less than $10,000 annual income – Free

Residents with less than $19,000 annual income - $25

1615 S. Laredo


Man & Beast, Inc.

(210) 590-PETS

Contact for Fee Schedule.

Coupon Program for discounted surgeries at participating veterinarians.


Spay-Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)

(210) 673-7722

Mobile Clinic:  Contact for fees and schedule.

Free with proof of participation in following programs:

Food Stamps, AFDC, WIC, SAAF, SSI/SSD,

Major VA Disability (50%+), Medicaid or Section 8 Housing


Animal Defense League Animal Care Center

 1655-1481   X 104 or X 109

Contact for Fee Schedule.


Gladys Harborth Animal Resource Center


Free spay/neuter surgery for pets one Saturday each month. 

Qualification is by zip codes.  Call for more information and appointment!

1615 S. Laredo



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.