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Each year, in this country, millions of healthy, adoptable cats and dogs are killed because there are not enough homes for them all. Get your pet spayed or neutered, so your pet doesn’t add to those statistics.

Since 2002, CCLAS has spent over $40,000 helping owners to spay or neuter their pets. We believe this is the one, most important thing we can do to help curb the overpopulation of cats and dogs in our communities. For every animal adopted from the Lakewood Animal Shelter, the new owner gets a certificate giving a discount, up to $75, to have that pet spayed or neutered.

Below is a list of like-minded veterinarians and animal clinics who provide low-cost procedures.

Why should I get my pet spayed or neutered?

Spaying (removing the ovaries and uterus in a female) and neutering (removing the testicles in a male) are veterinary procedures using general anesthesia, and only requiring minimal hospitalization. You can prevent the death of millions of animals by being a responsible caretaker and scheduling an appointment with your vet to have your pet spayed or neutered.

A sterilized animal lives a healthier life. The simple medical procedure can help prevent testicular cancer in males, and pyometra (a disease of the uterus most commonly seen in female dogs, but also seen in female cats) and breast cancer in females.

A spayed or neutered animal makes a better, more behaved pet. Males are less likely to roam, engage in fighting, spray urine to mark their territory, and embarrass you by inappropriate sexual mounting. Females will not go into heat, which usually makes them urinate frequently and yowl all night to attract males.

Local Veterinarians
Accepting the spay & neuter voucher from the Lakewood Animal Shelter
(click here or scroll down for low cost alternatives)

Lakewood Animal Hospital
(216) 226-0440
14587 Madison Ave.
Lakewood, Ohio 44107

Roberts & Wendt
(216) 521-0533
1458 West 117th St.
Lakewood, Ohio 44107

Detroit Dover Animal Hospital
(440) 871-5220
27366 Detroit Rd.
Westlake, Ohio 44145

Bay Village Animal Clinic
(440) 333-9550
627 Clague Parkway
Bay Village, Ohio 44140

River Square Animal Hospital

19855 Detroit Road
Rocky River, Ohio
(440) 331-6511

Low-Cost Spay and Neuter Resources
Do not accept the spay & neuter voucher from the Lakewood Animal Shelter, but are very inexpensive, affordable, and good alternatives!

To find a service by zip code, go to
or call "Spay Ohio" at 1-877-644-OHIO (6446)

NE Ohio SPCA Mention "Referred by Spay Ohio" to Qualify for Lowest Rates
(216) 351-7387
9555 Brookpark Rd.
Parma, OH 44129
$26 for male cats to $45 for female cats
$55 for male dogs up to 40 lbs. to $75 for male dogs over 40 lbs.
$65 for female dogs up to 40 lbs. to $95 for female dogs over 40 lbs.

A Spay Neuter Clinic
(216) 398-1081
4225 Fulton Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44144
Offers low-cost vaccinationsand low-cost spay and neuters of dogs and cats.
Call for an appointment. $26 for male cats to $45 for female cats

H S Sandu DVM Able Animal Hospital
(216) 749-6990
5431 State Rd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44134
(accepts LAS spay & neuter vouchers)

Citizen’s Low-Cost Spay and Neuter Referral Line
Cleveland residents call: (216) 664-2759
Residents outside of Cleveland call: (216) 781-0080
Callers will be referred to the nearest veterinarian participating in this program. All services greatly discounted; varies from clinic to clinic.

Friends of Animals
(216) 587-0476
Callers will be referred to the nearest veterinarian participating in program.
Buy or donate the gift of a spay or neuter with this voucher program.

Cleveland APL has extensive list of resources too:

PetFix Northeast Ohio
(216) 732-7040

Valley Save-a-Pet
Our Have-A-Heart Program provides low cost spay/neuter services to pet owners. Call 440-232-CATS (2287), Monday - Friday, between 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM.




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