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We are now in our new SCHS Mary Gaylord McLean Clinic!

Click HERE for a tour! (see map below)

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic

Every Tuesday we offer a low cost spay/neuter clinic beginning at 9:00 am. This clinic is open to the public. For an appointment, please contact us at 502-633-4033 or e-mail us.

Killing isn't the answer... SPAYING or NEUTERING IS!

Vaccinations are also available!
Neutering: Male cats $25


Neutering: Male dogs $65**

Dogs DA2PP

Spaying: Female cats $45*

Rabies cat/dog

Spaying: Female dogs $75* **

Microchipping for identification

*Add $10 to spay for pregnant pets    
**Add $20 to spay/neuter for dogs over 60 lbs.    

Additional charges apply for animals who are pregnant as well as for dogs weighing in excess of 60 lbs. Proof of current rabies vaccination or a rabies shot is required.

Every Tuesday is Vaccination Clinic from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm, no appointment necessary.

If you would like to donate specifically to support spay/neuter and vet services for our animals, please use the PayPal button below:

Map to Mary Gaylord McLean Clinic



We are working to keep Shelby County a no-kill county. In order to achieve this goal, Shelby County Humane Society is working with the Shelby County No Kill Mission and Shelby County Animal Shelter. The first step to maintaining our no-kill goal is to have all animals at Shelby County Animal Shelter vetted and spayed/neutered. By doing this, the changes of adoptions and rescues increase significantly. This also will prevent accidental or unwanted litters of animals in the future.

Please help Shelby County become a no-kill county! Please consider donating/sponsoring an animal at Shelby County Animal Shelter. Click on the Dog House below to visit the No-Kill Mission website!

No-Kill Mission 




Every time you search the web, use the button below and they will make a donation to our organization to help us help the animals. How nice is that?