Update: April 26. 2021 – May 6, 2021: Due to the high volume of appointment requests, our Community Spay/Neuter clinic will temporarily be on-hold for new appointment requests. We will be taking this time to honor the requests we have already received. We thank you for your patience and look forward to serving you soon.


APF Community Spay/Neuter Clinic

53 Maple Avenue, Glenville, NY

Located next to the APF Shelter
Hours: Monday-Wednesday and every other Thursday 8:00 am-4:30 pm

Phone: (518) 374-3944, ext. 107
Fax: (518) 982-5246

Please note that due to high demand our phone lines may be busy. Please leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible.

We are unable to accept walk-ins. Please call the clinic to schedule your pet’s appointment.
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Our beautiful, state-of the-art surgical center enables us to further our commitment to providing access to affordable, high-quality, spay/neuter services with the goal of reducing the number of unplanned pets in our community. We provide compassionate care by licensed and skilled veterinary professionals using quality instruments and supplies. There are significant health benefits to ensuring your pet is spayed/neutered. Our staff are standing by to answer questions about these benefits, or any concerns you may have about your pet undergoing surgery.
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This program is intended for those who cannot otherwise afford to have their pets altered. It also supports the work of shelters and rescue organizations and enables Good Samaritans caring for feral cats to manage them humanely and affordably. We are not a wellness clinic. Our focus is on spaying and neutering and the limited additional services we offer are only available in conjunction with surgery.


Spay/Neuter Surgery for Cats

Location

APF Community Spay Neuter Clinic
53 Maple Avenue
Glenville, NY 12302

Hours of operation: Monday -Wednesday and every other Thursday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Closed: Friday, Saturday and Sunday
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Pet Cats

Pet cats are cats you can touch, whether the cat belongs to you, is a friendly stray, or lives in a barn. If you can pick the cat up and put her in a carrier, we consider her a pet cat.
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Community/Feral Cats (Outdoor) 

Feral, outdoor cats are cats you cannot touch. In order to capture the cat, you would need to use a humane trap. Note that this category does not include friendly stray cats.

All feral cats are to come in one per trap.  We will not transfer feral cats from carriers to traps.

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Services and Fees

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All healthy cats over the age of 12 weeks and weighing at least 3 pounds are eligible for surgery.

Standard Female Cat Spay – $180 

Standard Male Cat Neuter – $170

Community/Feral Cat – $75 (includes rabies and mandatory ear tip)

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All Standard Spay/Neuter’s include:

  • Pre-surgery veterinary examination
  • Surgical Pain medication
  • Nail Trim
  • Microchip
  • Ear cleaning (if needed)
  • Surgical Identification (green tattoo on abdomen)

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* With proof of public assistance, a $100 discount will be applied to all spay/neuter’s and a $5 discount to all required rabies vaccines at the time of the appointment. In order to qualify you must present one of the following:

  • CDPHP Medicaid Card
  • Fidelis Care Medicaid Card
  • Long term disability award letter
  • Medicaid card or award letter from New York State Health
  • New York State Benefits Card
  • New York State SNAP card
  • Social Security Income

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Services Available at the Time of Surgery

Please note: These services are available ONLY in conjunction with spay/neuter surgery appointment.

  • $15 Rabies vaccine (required at time of surgery, unless proof provided)
  • $15 Feline Distemper vaccine
  • $8 Elizabethan collar (“cone”)
  • $10 Go home pain medication
  • $25 Feline leukemia/FIV test
  • $5 Revolution (kills fleas and ear mites for 1 month)
  • $30 Hernia repair
  • $25 Cryptorchid (testicle not descended)
  • $10 Cardboard cat carrier

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Make an Appointment 

Appointment required for all cat surgeries.  In order to request your appointment you are required to pay a deposit amount of $30.  (In the event you do not show up for your appointment, this deposit will be forfeited to our clinic as a donation. This deposit is non-refundable.)

You may request up to 3 appointments per day. If you have more than 3 pets you will need to submit another request for a different day.

Please note, we are currently scheduling spay or neuter surgeries for two months out.  We do not have a waitlist/cancellation list.

Book an Appointment

Email us at apfclinic@animalprotective.org with any questions.

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BEFORE SURGERY INSTRUCTIONS

  • Your cat must be in good health. 
  • Please feed your cat 1/4 of their regular morning meal. Water can be available to your pet up until surgery.
  • Cat drop-off is at 7:45 am. Late arrivals will need to be rescheduled.
  • All cats must be safely restrained in individual carriers.
  • All feral cats must arrive in a covered humane (Have-A-Hart) trap.
  • Payment is due at time of drop-off. We accept cash, credit card and debit cards. We do not accept checks.

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REASONS FOR REFUSAL OF SURGERY

Our veterinarians perform a general physical examination on every patient prior to surgery and reserve the right to refuse service to any animal for which surgery is deemed a health risk.

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Reasons for refusal may include, but are not limited to:
  • Animals who clinic staff cannot safely handle.
  • Animals on medications for anxiety, long term conditions, etc. (At DVM’s Discretion)
  • Feral cats who are brought in any container except a humane Have-A-Hart trap.
  • Animals with known health issues, such as a heart murmur, may be referred to a full-service veterinary hospital.
  • Dogs who are nursing. Adult dogs under 5 Lbs. or over 90 Lbs.
  • Animals showing any signs of illness such as coughing, sneezing, runny eyes, or diarrhea.
  • Kittens younger than 12 weeks OR smaller than 3 pounds.

*If any of these situations apply to your animal, please discuss this with a clinic staff member before your appointment. We may be able to make special arrangements if we know the issue in advance. This is for the safety of your animals and our staff.

Spay/Neuter Surgery for Dogs

Location

APF Community Spay Neuter Clinic
53 Maple Avenue
Glenville, NY 12302

Hours of operation: Monday -Wednesday and every other Thursday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Closed: Friday, Saturday and Sunday

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Services and Fees

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All healthy dogs over the age of 12 weeks and weighing at least 5 pounds are eligible for surgery.

Standard Female Dog Spay 5-50lbs – $220

Standard Female Dog Spay 51-90lbs – $240

Standard Male Dog Neuter 5-50lbs – $195

Standard Male Dog Neuter 51-90lbs – $220

Please note: Dogs 90lbs-100lbs will have an additional fee of $40. Dogs are scheduled at the discretion and approval of our vet.

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All Spay/Neuter’s include:

  • Pre-surgery veterinary examination
  • Pain medication
  • Nail Trim
  • Microchip
  • Ear cleaning (if needed)
  • Surgical Identification (green tattoo on abdomen)

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* With proof of public assistance, a $100 discount will be applied to all spay/neuter’s and a $5 discount to all required rabies vaccines at the time of the appointment. In order to qualify you must present one of the following:

  • CDPHP Medicaid Card
  • Fidelis Care Medicaid Card
  • Long term disability award letter
  • Medicaid card or award letter from New York State Health
  • New York State Benefits Card
  • New York State SNAP card
  • Social Security Income

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Services Available at the Time of Surgery

Please note: These services are available ONLY in conjunction with spay/neuter surgery appointment.

  • $15 Rabies vaccine(required by law if not up-to-date)
  • $20 Heartworm test * Heartworm testing is mandatory if your pet is over one year old and has not been tested within 6 months, or is not currently taking heartworm preventative)
  • $5 Topical Flea and Tick Treatment (kills fleas and ticks for 1 month)
  • $30 Hernia repair
  • $25 Cryptorchid (testicle not descended)
  • $10-$12 Elizabethan collar (“cone”)
  • $10-$20 Go home pain medication
  • $5 Go home calming medication

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Make an Appointment 

Please read all the “Online Scheduling Notes” below before clicking the “Book an Appointment” button below.

A $75 non-refundable deposit is required for Spay/Neuter appointments, payable when you schedule the appointment. You may reschedule 48 hours before your appointment with no additional deposit or penalty. Your deposit will be applied to your service fees the day of your appointment. The remainder of your payment is due during check-in on the day of your appointment. If you give us less than 48 hours notice before you cancel/reschedule or no call/no show, you will lose your deposit.

Please note we are currently scheduling spay or neuter surgeries for two months out. 

Online Scheduling Notes

  • Currently we book up to two months in advance and appointments fill very quickly, new appointment dates are added every weekday.
  • Fields with an asterisk (*) are required and must be filled in order to submit your request.
  • Pre-surgical bloodwork is required for dogs 8 years +. Bloodwork will need to be completed with your vet and sent to the clinic before requesting an appointment for spay/neuter.
  • For the protection of all pets in the clinic, dogs need to be current on their DHPP vaccine. Please have proof ready to upload when requesting your appointment. All other vaccines/services can be provided by the APF on the day of surgery. 

Book an Appointment

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Email us at apfclinic@animalprotective.org with any questions. 

Fax: 518-982-5246 

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BEFORE SURGERY INSTRUCTIONS

  • Your dog must be in good health. 
  • Please feed your dog 1/4 of their regular morning meal. Water can be available to your pet up until surgery.
  • Dog drop-off is at 8:00 am. Late arrivals will need to be rescheduled.
  • All dogs must be safely restrained on a leash.
  • Payment is due at time of drop-off. We accept cash, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and debit cards. We do not accept checks.

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REASONS FOR REFUSAL OF SURGERY

Our veterinarians perform a general physical examination on every patient prior to surgery and reserve the right to refuse service to any animal for which surgery is deemed a health risk.

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Reasons for refusal may include, but are not limited to:
  • Animals who clinic staff cannot safely handle.
  • Animals on medications for anxiety, long term conditions, etc. (At DVM’s Discretion)
  • Feral cats who are brought in any container except a humane Have-A-Hart trap.
  • Animals with known health issues, such as a heart murmur, may be referred to a full-service veterinary hospital.
  • Dogs who are nursing. Adult dogs under 5 Lbs. or over 90 Lbs.
  • Animals showing any signs of illness such as coughing, sneezing, runny eyes, or diarrhea.
  • Kittens younger than 12 weeks OR smaller than 3 pounds.

*If any of these situations apply to your animal, please discuss this with a clinic staff member before your appointment. We may be able to make special arrangements if we know the issue in advance. This is for the safety of your animals and our staff.

Support the Clinic

Contributions to the Community Spay/Neuter Fund and donations of supplies are greatly appreciated and enable us to help more animals.

Make a Donation