The SPCA is immensely proud of its Simpson Spay/Neuter Clinic which provides reduced-cost surgery and vaccinations and has helped to dramatically reduce the pet overpopulation problem in our area.
Recognizing the absolute necessity to cut down on the number of unwanted animals and the cruelty cases that arise from indiscriminate breeding, the SPCA raised funds for over 10 years to finance construction of this clinic.
Perhaps the greatest testament to our success is the fact that the SPCA is no longer filled with unwanted puppies and kittens. We can now focus our attention on older dogs and cats who desperately need homes. A puppy or kitten is cute, but grown dogs and cats have so much to give!
The Simpson Clinic offers reduced-cost spay/neuter procedures for the general public's animals. Through our weekly Wellness days, we also offer the following services:
Physical (mandatory) $10
Frontline Treatment (ticks) $15
Nail Trim $10
Fecal Exam $10
Ear Mite Treatment $15
Giardia Fecal Test $15
Dog Spay begins at $275
Dog Neuter begins at $225
Rabies vaccine $20
Heartworm/Lyme/E.Canis blood test $45
Bordetella $20 (series of 2)
Cat Spay $150
Cat Neuter $125
Rabies vaccine $20
FIV/FELV test $40
FeLV vaccine $20
FVRCP vaccine $20
*Every Thursday by Appointment ONLY (10am-4pm)
To make an appointment for your pet, please call (914) 941-2896 ext. 10.
SPCA Trap/Neuter/Release Feral Cat Program
Two cats, their kittens and their kittens’ kittens…if none are ever neutered or spayed, can add up to 80,000 homeless cats in 10 years! That's a lot of cats subject to disease and starvation, predation by coyotes and dogs, and vulnerable to cars and trappers. But you
can stem this tide and save the lives of over 80,000 cats and kittens by spaying one female feral cat for $50 and neutering one male feral cat for $35 at our Low-Cost Simpson Clinic.
Please call our Clinic at (914) 941-2896 ext. 10 to borrow a Have a Heart Feral Cat Trap and to learn more about our Trap/Neuter/Release Program. Although we can’t keep feral cats here at the shelter we can still put an end to the needless suffering by spaying and neutering the feral cats in our community. Please note, all feral cats trapped and in need of altering must have an appointment in order to come to our Clinic.