Spay and Neuter Clinic
(Updated May 18, 2022)
Upcoming ClosuresDue to limited staffing, the clinic will be closed on Fridays until further notice.
May 30th - Memorial Day
June 13th-June 17th
Current COVID-19 Information
We are open during COVID-19. However, for staff and customer safety, the clinic building is employees only. There are no public restrooms available at this time.
We are now using a QR system to allow you to check in from your vehicle so you won’t need to wait in line. There are instructions on posts at each parking spot on how to check in on your cell phone. Please practice physical distancing.
Walk-Up Clinic Hours - Spay and Neuters are appointment only
Monday - Thursday 1 -3:30 p.m.
The City of Eugene Spay and Neuter Clinic is open for limited walk-in hours between 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. , Monday through Thursday. Please note that we check in the last patient no later than 3:30 p.m. (earlier if we have a large amount already checked in).
At this time, we are offering dewormer, flea, tick, and heartworm preventatives, FeLV/FIV testing, heartworm testing, vaccinations with an updated brief physical examination. We are giving clients information on how to get their licenses updated for the city or county online, through Greenhill, LCAS or the police department, depending on their location.
We are accepting appointments for dogs and cats for surgeries. No vouchers at this time. Thank you and we look forward to helping our valued clients. Please call and leave a message to schedule. For any further medical needs, please reach out to your regular full service veterinary clinic.
One of the City of Eugene's public safety missions is to control the dog and cat population within the City limits in order to ensure a safe community environment.
The City operates the Spay and Neuter Clinic which provides low cost spays and neuters, vaccinations and flea control products for cats and dogs. The clinic is a successful prevention strategy in helping to control Eugene's overall pet population.
The clinic is unable to provide medical services to sick or injured animals. If your pet needs medical attention, please contact your regular veterinarian. For after hours care, please contact the Emergency Veterinary Hospital in Springfield.
*If your dog or cat is too aggressive and we are unable to safely examine your animal here, we reserve the right to refuse service.
Payment is due at the time of the service. The following forms of payment are accepted:
- Discover Card
- Personal check
Lane County Animal Services
The phone number for LCAS the animal enforcement team is still 541-682-3645. The number for what used to be the 1st Avenue Shelter lost pet and adoption services is 541-844-1777. They moved up to the Greenhill location and all lost and adoptable animals are at that location. The shelter's animals are featured on Greenhill's website.