The Humane Society     I    121 Humane Lane    I    Columbia, SC 29209    I    803.783.1267
Spay/Neuter Clinic Fee List

Dog Spay         
Dog Neuter       
Cat Spay  
Cat Neuter                        
Feral Cat                                 
Feline Complications                    
Canine Complications                   

Feline Services
FIV/Feline Leukemia Combo                     
Feline Leukemia Vaccine                          
Feline Leukemia Booster           
Rabies Vaccine (1 Yr)                                
FVRCP Vaccine (Distemper,                      
upper respiratory)    

Canine Services      
Heartworm Test                                       
Rabies Vaccine(1 Year)                             
Bordatella Vaccine                  
(Kennell Cough)

Other Services
AKC Microchip                                   $20               
(Includes Registration)
Pre-anesthetic Test                             $30              
De-Wormer                                      (By weight)       
---$5 and Up--
---$10 and Up--
*Discounted youth fees may apply to puppies and kittens five months or younger as evidenced by the presence of baby teeth and/or at the sole discretion of the attending veterinarian.
Spay/Neuter Clinic FAQs

What types of payment do you accept?
Visa, Mastercard, Discover and cash.

Can I put multiple cats in a carrier?
No.  Cats must come in separate clean, hard plastic cat carriers with working gated front doors.  This policy ensures the safety of each cat, when they are waking up from surgery.

Can I bring my cat in a soft carrier?
No.  For the safety of your cat and our staff, each cat must come in a separate clean, hard plastic cat carrier with a working gated front door.

Does The Humane Society recognize home-administered vaccinations?
Yes. The Humane Society will honor home-administered vaccinations; however, we will not accept any proof of rabies vaccination unless it was administered by, or under the supervision of, a licensed veterinarian. With respect to all other vaccinations, we require proper documentation including:  manufacturer, lot number, expiration date and day given.  All such documentation must be very clearly associated with the pet being brought in for surgery.  If it is unclear, it will not be accepted.  The Humane Society will accept home-administered distemper vaccinations although proper verification is required.

What vaccinations are required for surgery?
Each pet is required to have rabies and distemper vaccinations in order to receive surgery. Pets can receive these vaccinations the day of surgery, if valid proof of vaccinations cannot be provided.   Rabies tags do not suffice as proof. Individuals must be prepared to produce paper work from a licensed veterinarian regarding the rabies vaccination.

Can I pay for the entire procedure in advance?
We are not able to accept payment for your pet's procedure in advance

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Tyl;er Ryan Group

HSPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic
now offers vaccines and routine testing

Vaccinations and Testing is available
Monday through Friday between the
hours of 8:30 AM and 10:00 AM.