The following routine veterinary services and spay/neuter surgeries are offered, by appointment, at low cost and no cost rates:
Cat Spay/Neuter Dog Spay/Neuter Microchip* Vaccinations** Basic Wellness
Please call Mountain Humane for details on pricing and available programs at 208.806.0739*Microchip available with spay/neuter services. **Rabies vaccinations are free for Dogs with Spay/Neuter services and when a Blaine County Dog license is purchased.
Low Cost and No-Cost Spay/Neuter Programs
Blaine County Services
Spay/neuter surgeries of dogs and cats for residents of Blaine County. Pet owners drop off in the morning and pick up later that day. If needed, we can arrange to pick up your pets, bring them to our facility for surgery, and return them.
Neighboring Community Services
Spay/neuter surgeries for residents of Fairfield, Dietrich, Richfield, and Shoshone. We can arrange a time to pick up your pet, bring them to our facility for surgery, and return them. This program is made possible through a generous grant from Pets for Life.
Trap Neuter Release
Mountain Humane also provides traps for feral and outdoor cats, so that they can be spayed or neutered and returned. All cats that get altered through TNR go home with an ear notch to signify to other people that they have been spayed or neutered.
We kindly accept donations of any amount that will be used to fund these fantastic programs
Preparing for Surgery
- Don’t feed your pet breakfast (unless otherwise specified)
- Drop off at Mountain Humane clinic between 8:00 and 9:00am
- Pickup between 3:00 and 5:00pm
- Follow post operative care instructions provided by Intake staff
Recovering from Surgery
- Pets may experience soreness or discomfort for the first 24 hours
- Full recovery can take up to 7 days
- Keep surgery site dry for 7 days
- Do not bathe or swim with your pet
- Keep your dog on leash with lower activity while surgery heals
Your Spay/Neuter Resource
Spay/neuter surgeries are the single most important gift you can give your pet and animal welfare community! These surgeries have important and long lasting health benefits and are the most efficient way to reduce pet overpopulation which contributes to millions of healthy pets to be euthanized each year.
Mountain Humane launched our spay/neuter program in 2006 to help cut down the number of stray animals in Blaine County. Since then we have performed over 9,000 surgeries and reduced our stray population by more than 40%. Mountain Humane currently offers low cost and free spay/neuter services to citizens of Blaine County with additional opportunities for our rural neighbors.