Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative (SNKI) doesn’t have a clinic – SNKI has been attempting to “facilitate” the opening of one here in Kingston, but unfortunately continued to not be successful.

Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative

If you are in need of low cost spay/neuter for your cat and/or dog, please continue reading:

If you live within the amalgamated boundaries of the City of Kingston, the City of Kingston has a voucher system ($250.00 off the cost of spay/neuter) for low-income individuals through the Municipal Fee Assistance Program. For more information, call: 613-546-2695 ext. 4906. The recommendation is to call right away, funds for this program are limited.

There are some lower cost spay/neuter clinics nearby, check out each website for pricing:

Lanark Leeds & Grenville (Brockville) 613-345-7729

Southeastern Ontario Spay Neuter (Trenton) 613-392-7729

Kingston Humane Society is offering lower cost spay/neuter service for cats only: 

If you are concerned about the medical care costs for your pet, there is the Farley Foundation for those pet owners who cannot afford medical care for their sick or injured pet, and who fall into one of the categories listed on their website. It is recommended you should speak to your veterinarian about the availability of Farley Foundation funding: 

If the above options don’t work for your situation, we suggest you call around to the local vets and those vets outside of your area to compare prices, asking what is absolutely essential to the surgery. Many things are offered, but not everything is necessary. This may bring the cost down somewhat. You can have your pet fixed across the border in the U.S., where it is considerably cheaper than in Canada, but you will have to contact Customs to see what vaccinations are required both to cross into the States AND to bring them back into Canada. They will check.

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