Spay & Neuter Clinics
For information about our clinics, as well as how to make an appointment, please click on the link to see our current brochure:
Tuesday night reservation sessions
Important!!! Under no circumstances is anyone to go to Horizons Elementary School/Freedman Cultural Center during school hours (7am - 4pm) looking for info on the spay/neuter clinic. Caldwell Humane Society volunteers are ONLY there for the Tuesday night reservation sessions (dates and times available on our Facebook page and here). Clinic information can be obtained by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by leaving a message at (828) 499-0289 (a volunteer will return your call).
OUR NEW LOCATION FOR CLINIC SIGN-UP IS: THE FREEDMAN CULTURAL CENTER LOCATED AT 332 GREENHAVEN DR.NW IN LENOIR (ENTER AT RIGHT SIDE OF HORIZONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL)
The next reservation sessions (times to make a clinic appointment) are on Tuesday, March 3rd and Tuesday, March 10th from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM. There are spots available for the FREE ICare program. This program covers the cost of the surgery. Clients are responsible for the cost of all other services and vaccines if necessary. To qualify you must live in Caldwell County and meet the household income requirement or someone in your household must be on Medicaid or the EBT program. YOU MUST HAVE YOUR HOUSEHOLD INCOME PROOF, OR CURRENT YEAR MEDICAID OR EBT CARD, OR MEDICAID ELIGIBILITY LETTER WITH YOU AT THE TIME OF RESERVATION! WE CAN NOT SIGN YOU UP WITHOUT THESE! If you are applying for the SPOT program you must live in Caldwell County and bring proof of income to the reservation session. If your pet has a current rabies certificate bring that with you to the reservation session. All fees for surgeries, other services and vaccines are due THE NIGHT OF RESERVATION. We accept cash or personal check only. Surgery cost: Regular cost $50, SPOT cost $25 and ICare no cost. All vaccines are $10. Thank you for helping to control the pet population of Caldwell County. Together we are making a real difference! One animal at a time...