Our waiting list is long but we are helping where we can.
We are able to schedule Feline (Cat) Surgeries, easier and faster than Canine (Dog) surgeries.
If you wish to move forward with your dog's surgery, please fill in the form below.
Due to funding sources and the loss of sponsorship and donations toward our Low-Income Spay/Neuter Programs are raising our charges for services. Currently, we have no grants or sponsorships toward our spay/neuter surgeries.
Due to the rise in cost and the passing of our seniors who made yearly sponsorships toward surgeries the price of our clinics must go up. We may need to charge extra fees to cover the cost of additional services.
Rabies Vaccine - Only animals 3 months plus will receive rabies. By law, every animal over 3 months must be vaccinated against Rabies, so you will have to schedule an appointment at a vet for their Rabies Vaccine.
Follow Up Boosters - If this is your pet's 1st vaccine, please schedule a booster at your vet for 3-4 weeks after surgery for a follow-up booster.
Please note that prices will change with cost of clinic.
- Feline Neuter surgeries $175.00 which include neuter, deworming, flea treatment, microchip, vaccinations.
- Feline Spay surgeries $175.00 which include spay, deworming, flea treatment, microchip, vaccinations.
FIV/Felv test is an additional $20.00
Canine Spay or Neuter surgeries are $250 plus depending on size of dog, age of dog, sex of dog, and more.
With the price of gas, please think about donating an extra $5 to help with our fuel costs.
Please Be Patient with us! We are trying to help as many Owner Pets, TNR, Barn Cats as possible BUT ...
Keeping with the guidelines of COVID-19 reopening and restructuring we are still limited to the number of animals taken to our scheduled clinics.
You may experience a delay in getting a call back or you may receive a call to postpone your clinic to another day if we have urgent surgeries to be done on Shelter Animals.
Note: Those who have requested and paid for clinics have been set dates and will be hearing from our staff to make all the arrangements.
We are booking surgeries as we have room and will contact those on our waiting lists.
Simcoe and District Humane Society Wants to help!
We want to assist low-income families and seniors spay/neuter their pets, and help folks spay/neuter Barn Cats, Colonies, TNR.
When we have space in our scheduled clinics, we will publish it on this page. Animals will be booked in order of request (not including those booking early for babies or those recovering from illness or injury).
We have raised our prices, mentioned above, to cover the raised cost of care and materials as we are not funded by the government or grants. Please think about giving an extra $5 to help us cover the cost of gas while the prices are so high.
You must book an appointment. When your appointment is confirmed, you will be given the dates for dropping off and picking up. You may e-transfer, pay at shelter with cash debit, Visa, Mastercard. Payment must be prepaid and may be made at drop off. Please fill in the form below and a volunteer will be in touch before each clinic.
Your cat or kitten, dog or puppy must be over 1.5kg.
Drop off and Pick up Information
You will drop off and pick up at the shelter location 24 Grigg Drive, Simcoe, ON unless other arrangements are made.
When you arrive, please call 519-428-9161 press 1 or 519-428-2287
Due to the COVID-19 Virus and trying to help our volunteers, Veterinarians, and other staff stay healthy and safe, please wear your mask, and stay by your vehicle.
- The day before surgery your cat/kitten may be dropped off 11am - 3pm. If you cannot drop off during these hours, please speak to us to schedule a more convenient time.
- Pick up is usually 7:30 - 8pm on the day of surgery.
- Please be prepared to wait (with a coffee and enjoyable book) due to veterinary clinic release times, traffic, emergencies.
All Feral cats or Barn Cats MUST be in a covered live trap
Feral or barn cats should be dropped off in live-trap the day of surgery 6:30 - 6:45 am which will reduce the stress on the animal.
YOUR CAT MUST BE IN A CARRIER when brought to the shelter.
We prefer 19" or 21" hard carriers to protect your pet during transport!
ALL CLINICS MUST BE PREPAID.
Once date is confirmed, your payment for services must be paid.
Although you may request a specific date, SimcoeDHumane may schedule differently. You will be notified which day is booked for your animal.
Payments are non-refundable - If you miss your clinic date without reason, we may not be able to schedule you into another date. We will do our best to reschedule within 1-3 months.
Low-Cost Spay Neuter Clinic Application
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