Spay and Neuter


Dogs can't add and cats can't subtract but they all can MULTIPLY! (#DOTHEMATH)

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The HSMC #DOTHEMATH spay/neuter program presents solutions to overpopulation by promoting responsible pet ownership. By helping to control the animal population, our aim is to also help in reducing incidents of overpopulation, disease, and suffering of animals within McCormick County. The HSMC offers convenient, low cost spay and neuter services to residents of McCormick County. 

Help us spread the word! Tell your friends, family, and neighbors residing in McCormick County to fix their pets. 

Contact us today for information or to schedule an appointment for spay/neuter services. 

A fertile dog can produce an average of two litters in one year. The average number of puppies in a canine litter is six to ten (use 6 for math purposes)

A fertile cat can produce an average of three litters in one year.The average number of kittens in a feline litter is four to six (use 5 for math purposes)

How Does It Work?

Why Should I Spay or Neuter My Pet?

Will spaying and neutering affect my animal’s weight?

Financial Benefits

Behavioral Benefits