Mulberry Public Clinic
Spay/NeuterVaccine Clinics

Make an appointment online – schedule now!

You can now schedule an appointment for spay/neuter, drive through vaccines at our Mulberry Clinic, or vaccines in Loveland at Hank’s Pet Food Market through our online scheduler. Please have your records handy when scheduling and be prepared to pay the fee or deposit in advance.  A non-refundable veterinary exam fee is required for all vaccine appointments ($10 per animal). Spay/neuter surgery requires a $50 non-refundable deposit per animal. If you need financial assistance, please do not use the online scheduler, please visit our PAL+ program page, email pal@savinganimalstoday.org, or call (970) 666-7085.  

We are looking forward to assisting you and your pet and we thank you for being a responsible pet parent!  We are continuing to operate using curbside/drive-thru service at our Mulberry Campus, so please remain in your vehicle for the duration of your visit.  Masks are encouraged but not required at this time.

Spay / Neuter Clinic

The services in our clinic are available to any dog or cat owner or caretaker of feral/barn cats and are focused on the prevention of pet overpopulation and pet disease.

We are a nonprofit, high-quality, subsidized (low-cost) clinic. All of our spay/neuter procedures are performed by licensed, Colorado veterinarians with a tremendous amount of experience performing spays and neuters. We perform more than 6,000 spay and neuter procedures each year! We are able to provide our services at such a low cost because we are a nonprofit organization and we receive donations and grant-funding from our many supporters.

Public surgery days are typically Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and one Saturday a month. Schedule online here. Check our Calendar to see the dates we are closed in addition to Sundays.

Rest assured that your beloved pet will be well cared for by animal-loving professionals during their stay!

We offer all of the following clinical services:

  • Spay/neuter surgery for dogs and cats
  • Vaccinations (Weekly clinics, learn more here)
  • Blood testing
  • Heartworm testing & preventative*
  • De-wormer
  • Microchipping
  • Nail trims (only during surgery)
  • And more!

If the fees are at ALL prohibitive to your ability to spay or neuter your pets, we have an assistance program (PAL+) – learn more here.  Note: wait times are often longer when using our PAL+ Program.

Schedule a surgery online now

An appointment and payment of a $50.00 non-refundable deposit (per animal) are required. The deposit will be taken at the time of scheduling and will be applied toward the cost of services. If you need to reschedule, call at least 48 hours prior to your appointment and we can apply the deposit to your rescheduled appointment. Schedule online here. [Hablamos español; llama al 970-484-8516 ext. 1146]

Rabies vaccine is required: All animals serviced at our clinic must be up-to-date on their rabies vaccination, or receive the vaccination in our clinic at the time of surgery for $25. If your pet is up-to-date on rabies you will need to bring proof on the day of their appointment in the form of a rabies certificate from a qualified veterinarian. Rabies tags will not be considered proof of inoculation.

All animals Animal Friends Alliance performs a spay-neuter on are tattooed: Your pet will receive a small, green tattoo near the incision site. This tattoo is not another incision – it is just a small score in the top layers of the skin filled with tattoo ink and covered with surgical glue. The tattoo will ensure that anyone examining your animal will know they have been previously spayed or neutered, and it’s especially helpful if your pet were ever lost and found. When your pet’s fur grows back after surgery, the tattoo isn’t normally visible.

Good to Know: Please bring prior vaccine records for your pets if you have them. All cats must be in carriers, and all dogs must be on leashes. Please note we accept cash, Scratchpay, CareCredit, and other major credit cards (no checks).

Spay/Neuter Financial Assistance

If you are on government assistance or are low-income and need help with the cost of services, you may apply for financial assistance through our Prevent A Litter Plus (PAL+) Program.

Feral & Barn Cat Procedures

Feral and barn cats are welcome in our clinic for surgery on regular surgery days, and pricing includes spay/neuter, pain medication, rabies and FVRCP vaccinations, and ear-tip (required).

  • BARN CAT (friendly and able to handle): $60 (male or female)
  • FERAL CAT (untamed and requires trapping): $35 (male or female)

If you do not want the cat to be ear-tipped, you will be asked to pay our regular fees. Animal Friends Alliance believes that sterilizing feral cats is a very important piece of ending pet overpopulation which is why we offer this community service at such a low price. Appointments are required, so please call us ahead of time if you are planning to trap feral cats for surgery in our clinic! Click here for more information on the services we offer for feral cats.

If you need to purchase a trap for cats, we recommend Tru Catch Light Duty Animal Traps that can be purchased here.

Schedule a vaccine appointment here

Vaccine Clinic

Animal Friends Alliance holds vaccine clinics approximately once a week in Fort Collins (at our clinic, 2321 E. Mulberry St., Unit 3) and once a month at Hank’s Pet Food Market in Loveland (2287 W Eisenhower Blvd, Loveland, CO 80537).  

    Vaccines are available by appointment only and require a non-refundable veterinary exam fee ($10 per pet for 1-3 pets, $5 per pet for 4+ pets) to reserve your slot and time. Schedule online here.

    Always check our Calendar of Events for dates and locations.

    Important Information for vaccine clinics
    • We accept credit/debit cards (including CareCredit and Scratchpay) and cash. We are unable to accept checks.

    • If your pet has had previous vaccinations, please bring any and all records you have with you. Vaccine durations are based on prior vaccine history. We are unable to provide 3-year rabies vaccines and/or other CORE vaccinations (FVRCP/distemper-parvo vaccinations) without legal proof of prior records.

    • Animal Friends Alliance recommends annual heartworm testing and year-round (monthly) heartworm prevention. Our veterinarian must examine your dog for you to receive heartworm prevention. Please inquire within for other policies on dispensing requirements.

    • All cats need to be in secured carriers. Cats cannot be loose at any point while on our property.

    • All dogs need to be on a leash and under control at all times.


    We are in Loveland at Hank’s Pet Food Market on the first Saturday of every month (unless otherwise scheduled – check our Calendar of Events) .

    Scheduled Appointments for Hank’s
    Schedule online here and be sure to select Hank’s Vaccine Clinic Appointment. These will be from 9:00AM to 1:00PM  at the 5 minute interval. Wait times can be from 15 minutes to 60 minutes, please plan accordingly.

    Walk In Appointments
    Effective November 5th: We will no longer be accepting walk-in appointments for our Hank’s Vaccine Clinics. This is due to the feedback from clientele over the past year.

    Please schedule online or call 970-484-1861 for any further questions.