Helping Pets Get the Care They Deserve
One of the biggest barriers to pet ownership is the cost of initial and ongoing veterinary care. In addition to ensuring all of our adopted pets have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped, we also offer low-cost veterinary services to the public. Explore our vet services below.
Spay/neuter is mandated for rescues by Georgia state law. We also offer low-cost spay/neuter services to the public as part of our goal to reduce overall the number of homeless pets in our community.
We schedule appointments Monday – Thursday each week. All pets must have an appointment. Please bring your dogs on a leash, cats in a carrier, and community cats in a humane trap.
If your pet is 6 years or older then please call and speak to a spay & neuter center representative before booking an appointment.
Drop-off Times for Surgery ⌚️
*We will strive for same-day pick-up between 4-5pm, however pick-up times may vary based on patient.
Our spay/neuter pricing is based on species, sex, and age/weight. Rescue pricing is available. Please contact us for more information if you are a licensed rescue.
|Age||Price (Male | Female)|
|All Ages||$40 | $60|
|Weight||Price (Male | Female)|
|Under 20 lbs||$60 | $70|
|21-60 lbs||$80 | $90|
|61-80 lbs||$90 | $100|
|Over 80 lbs||$110 | $120|
AAHS offers low-cost vaccines, flea & heartworm prevention, nail trimming, and more through our Pet Care Clinics.
The clinic takes place every Friday from 9 am until 2 pm with an appointment.
Please bring your dogs on a leash and cats in a carrier.
Due to COVID-19, appointment spots are limited for client and staff safety.
Clinic Pricing 💰
|Rabies 1 year||$12|
|Rabies 3 year**||$15|
*Standard Vaccinations for cats: FVRCP; Standard for dogs: DA2PPV, bordetella (kennel cough)
** Must have proof of previous rabies vaccination within a year of date to receive three-year vaccination.