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The SPCA stands firm in its belief that the spaying and neutering of all dogs and cats is essential to alleviate the tragic consequences of unwanted animals. Since establishing our clinic in 1983, we have spayed/neutered and provided low-cost wellness care to more than 100,000 dogs and cats, successfully reducing the number of homeless animals in our area.

CLINIC (914) 941-2896 ext. 110

Through Cody’s Clinic, the SPCA offers low-cost spay/neuter surgeries, examinations, vaccinations and testing for disease in an effort to help people keep their canine and feline companions healthy. We also assist local cat rescue organizations and the public by offering spay/neuter surgeries to feral cats through our Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program every Monday, by appointment only. Click here to learn more about Feral Cat TNR.

*DISCLAIMER
Before visiting our SPCA Clinic you will need to complete and submit the appropriate forms a minimum of 72 hours prior to your scheduled appointment. Forms can be emailed to Clinic@spcawestchester.org or faxed to (914) 762-8312 or mailed to our address. If emailed, forms must be attached as documents in word or pdf format and not inserted into the body of the email. A Pain Medication form is required for all spay and neuter appointments. If you have any questions please call our Clinic. Thank you.

Please note, we do NOT treat sick or injured animals. All services provided through our Clinic are strictly by appointment only.


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Spay and Neuter surgeries take place on Tuesdays and Fridays Only, by Appointment. *Pets must be 6 months of age or older.

Wellness Services are Thursdays Only, by Appointment.

Click here to learn about our Friends of Ferals TNR Program in Yonkers

Cody’s Clinic is named after a very special dog adopted from SPCA Westchester. Sadly, Cody was born with a liver shunt and suffered with epileptic seizures. He required 24/7 care. Cody endured years of treatments with a brave and spirited attitude that showed his family what it meant to appreciate and celebrate life. He was also known as “Happy Baby” because of the way he lit up a room and brought happiness to everyone around him. Cody’s sweet nature combined with his medical issues made him very vulnerable, which further bonded him with his loved ones. To the people who knew him, Cody was a combination of great friend; daily companion and buddy; reassuring presence; and son. By his nature, he was always happy with his life; a true “happy baby.” His memory will live on through the many animals who will receive help and support through Cody’s Clinic.

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