Requirements and Restrictions
Cats must be 12 weeks of age and must weigh at least 2 lbs.
Dogs must be 12 weeks of age or older.
All animals must pass a vet exam prior to surgery, and animals 7 years or older are subject to further restrictions. The Charleston Animal Society Spay and Neuter Clinic has the right to refuse service to any animal to whom surgery is deemed a health risk. Animals that cannot be handled will receive a visual exam only, and some medical problems that may complicate anesthesia may be missed during a visual exam.
Please note, we are unable to accept certain breeds of cats and dogs in our Spay/Neuter Clinic:
- Hybrid cats including: Bengals, Savannah cats, Toygers, and Pixie Bobs
- Hybrid dogs including: Wolf dogs and Wolf dog crosses
Commited to Ending Overpopulation
Charleston Animal Society Spay & Neuter Clinic is committed to ending companion animal overpopulation by providing high quality, high volume, spay and neuter services. We use the highest standards to ensure the safety and comfort of your pet during his or her stay at the Clinic. If you do not have transportation to get to our clinic, we offer transportation to residents in certain areas of Charleston County. We also offer online booking for your convenience!
Each month, Charleston Animal Society veterinarians take their spay-neuter expertise to rural communities, using the Simon Greer Mobile Spay-Neuter Clinic. The cornerstone of our “Helping Hands for Rural Paws” outreach, we offer spay-neuter services to areas that don’t have veterinarians nearby.