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Spay/Neuter Clinic - Murray location

4242 S 300 W, Murray, UT 84107
Please note, our spay/neuter and vaccine clinic is not a full-service veterinary hospital. Contact your local veterinarian for pet emergencies or illnesses.
We are scheduling spay/neuter appointments for dogs and cats with the following restrictions:
  • We will be limiting the number of patrons entering the clinic to 15–20 clients.
  • One client per pet will be allowed to enter our facility. Please do not bring additional family or friends with you.
  • If you need assistance with your pet please let us know when you arrive.
  • Please be aware that there may be extended waiting times for services.
  • To protect all of our clients and staff, an approved mask or face covering is required at all times when you are outside of your vehicle and waiting in line for services.
    • Masks must be worn covering the mouth and nose at all times while in the building. Children over 2 years old must also wear a mask or face covering.  
  • Credit card payments are strongly encouraged.
  • Please maintain 6 feet distance between other clients, staff, and pets.

Clinic Hours 

Spay/Neuter surgeries are done by appointment only. Please call (801) 261-2919 ext. 230 to schedule an appointment.
Walk-in vaccinations may be done during the following hours:
Monday – Friday   9–11:45 AM / 1–5:45 PM  
Saturday 9–11:45 AM / 1–3:45 PM
Sunday Closed
* Check our Holiday Hours page for special event hours and holiday hours. 

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The Humane Society of Utah's state-of-the-art spay/neuter clinic has full-time licensed veterinarians. In addition to the medical services provided for all shelter animals prior to adoption, the Humane Society of Utah clinic offers affordable health and population control options for the community.

UPDATE: we no longer offer grooming services such as nail trims and anal gland expression. Please visit a groomer or full-service veterinary clinic for these grooming services.

Please note:

  • We cannot provide any services for cats that are not in carriers or dogs that are not on leashes.
  • All fees must be paid at the time of service, we cannot offer payment arrangements.
  • We reserve the right to refuse service for any animal to whom any procedure is deemed a health risk or if the animal is deemed too aggressive or difficult to handle. 
  • We cannot perform surgery on an animal that has bitten a person within the last 10 days.
You may also fill out and print our Vaccination Authorization & Release Form prior to visiting our clinic. Please click on any section below for more information.
* All services and pricing are subject to change without notice. 

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Spay/Neuter Surgery Pricing
Spay/Neuter surgeries are done by appointment only. Please call (801) 261-2919 ext. 230 to schedule an appointment.
  • Pets must be current on vaccinations at least 14 days before surgery. 
  • There are additional fees for surgical complications, such as heat, pregnancy, or retained testicles.
  • Optional post-op medication $20.
Dog Spay: (Female)
≤ 50 lbs.
51 - 70 lbs.
71 - 85 lbs.
86 - 99 lbs.
Dog Neuter: (Male)
≤ 50 lbs.
51 - 70 lbs.
71 - 85 lbs.
86 - 99 lbs.
Cat Spay: (Female)
All Sizes
Cat Neuter: (Male)
All Sizes
*Includes E-collar to prevent licking and chewing at the incision site.
Vaccination Pricing
Vaccinations are available on a walk-in basis. Please see our Clinic Hours above for more information.

Puppy Vaccinations
Puppy vaccination sets must be done 3 to 4 weeks apart. If you go longer than 4 weeks between any sets, it is recommended to repeat the last set.
If your puppy received vaccinations at younger than 8 weeks of age, it is considered an extra set and it will be necessary to give a total of 4 sets instead of 3 (see below).
First Set - given at 8-12 weeks: $40
  • First Distemper/Parvo Combination (includes Adenovirus Type 2 and Parainfluenza)
  • First Deworm for intestinal parasites (Pyrantel for roundworms)
Second Set - given at 12-16 weeks: $46
  • Second Distemper/Parvo Combination
  • First Bordetella (kennel cough) given intranasally
  • Second Deworm
Third Set - given at 16-20 weeks: $48
  • Annual Distemper/Parvo Combination
  • Annual Bordetella
  • One year Rabies (must be at least 12 weeks old to receive)
Potential Fourth Set - (if Third Set is given before 16 weeks): $11
  • Distemper/Parvo only (puppies only)

Dog Vaccination Packages (start at 8 weeks of age)
Distemper/Parvo Combo, Bordetella 
Distemper/Parvo Combo & Bordetella & Rabies
Distemper/Parvo Combo, Deworm
(puppies ≤ 5 mo.)
Distemper/Parvo Combo, Bordetella & Deworm
(puppies ≤ 5 mo.)
Dog Individual Vaccinations                                     
H3N2/H3N8 Canine Influenza
Distemper/Parvo Combo
Bordetella (kennel cough)
Lyme Disease
Cat Vaccination Packages (start at 9 weeks of age) 
Distemper Combo, Leukemia & Rabies
Distemper Combo & Leukemia
Distemper Combo & Rabies
Distemper Combo & Deworm
Cat Individual Vaccinations                                      
Distemper Combo
Feline Leukemia
Microchips are implanted on a walk-in basis for dogs and cats.
Please see our Clinic Hours above for more information.
Home Again Microchip Implant
Other Services
Heartworm testing and heartworm medication are available on a walk-in basis. Please see our Clinic Hours above for more information.
Canine Heartworm Test 
Heartworm medication (6-month supply); proof of negative heartworm test dated within the last 6 months required to purchase heartworm medication.
  ≤ 25 lbs.
  26 - 50 lbs.
  51 - 100 lbs.


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Here at the Humane Society of Utah Spay/Neuter Clinic, your pet’s wellbeing is our priority. We want to provide the most caring and efficient service possible and, if you follow these few tips, it will help us make your visit to our clinic a safe and stress-free experience:
First, please access our Vaccination Authorization and Release Form here and fill it out before your visit to our clinic. If you have never been to our clinic before, it is helpful if you bring records of any vaccinations given to your pet at another facility, so we don’t perform any services that your pet doesn’t need.
  • For your protection and the protection of your pet, our staff, and other pets in our lobby all cats must be in a covered box or carrier and all dogs, including puppies, must be on a leash. We are not able to provide services for your pet if this important safety requirement isn’t followed. If you do not have a leash or a carrier, we have them for purchase. Leashes are $1.50. Cat Carriers are $7.50.
  • Please keep your dog close to you and under control at all times. If you use a retractable leash, please keep it locked at the shortest length. Do not allow your dog to approach other dogs in the lobby. This will help reduce stress for the pet and prevent scuffles and injuries to both pets and parents. This is particularly important on Saturdays as it is usually standing room only.
  • Please do not take your cat out if his/her carrier while you are waiting in the lobby.
  • Please bring only your pets that require service into our clinic lobby during your visit. This is especially helpful on Saturdays because the high demand for vaccinations makes for a crowded lobby.
Do you offer services/treatment for sick or injured pets?
We are not a full-service veterinary hospital and are unable to provide treatment for sick or injured pets in the community. Please contact a local full-service veterinary hospital for these services. There are many emergency/after hours full-service clinics along the Wasatch Front. 
We only offer vaccination and spay/neuter services to the public.
When is the best (least busy) time to come to your walk-in vaccination clinic? How long will I have to wait to be seen?
It’s difficult to predict how busy we will be at any given time. However, Saturday is our busiest day and your wait time could be 15 – 45 minutes.
On weekdays, your wait can be 10 – 20 minutes. The busiest time on a weekday is usually when we open our doors after lunch at 1 p.m.
Regardless of when you visit the clinic, our friendly and efficient staff will help you as quickly as possible!
Do you provide other services during your walk-in vaccination hours?
We offer Home Again Microchip implants, heartworm testing, preventive heartworm medication (dispensed ONLY with proof of a negative heartworm test), deworming. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before closing time if you wish to have any of these services performed.
Do I need an appointment for a spay or neuter surgery?
Yes. Before you can schedule an appointment for surgery, we require that you provide proof that your pet is current on vaccinations.
Dogs must be current on the DHPP (distemper/parvo combination) and Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccinations.
* Because of the high demand for our affordable spay/neuter services, and limited kennel space, there may be an extended wait time for an appointment for a dog. Please call us to check appointment availability before sending us your dog’s vaccination records. We’re happy to add you to our cancellation list if we aren’t able to schedule an appointment right away.
Cats must be current on the FVRCP (distemper combination) vaccination.
* We can usually schedule an appointment for your cat within a few days if he/she is current on vaccinations.
You can email or fax your pet’s current vaccination records (please make sure you include your name and daytime phone number on your email or fax so that we can contact you about an appointment) to: or fax: 801-590-9800.
If your pet needs vaccinations, we are happy to provide them for you during our normal walk-in vaccination hours. We can discuss appointment availability and schedule a spay/neuter appointment for you at that time.
How old does my pet need to be before they can be spayed/neutered?
Your pet must be at least 4 months old to be sterilized.
Are there any restrictions for spay/neuter surgery? 
There are some restrictions.
We will not perform surgery on dogs over 4 years old or cats over 5 years old. We will not perform surgery on rabbits or other animals.
Some pet breeds have an increased risk of surgical complications because of characteristics bred into them, or because of genetic defects common to these breeds. We will not perform surgery on the following:
  • Pug                
  • Italian Grayhound        
  • Persian & Exotic Persian           
  • Boston Terrier            
  • Whippet                
  • Pekingese          
  • Doberman Pinscher                 
  • Japanese Chin            
  • Dogue de Bordeaux        
  • Burman         
  • English Bulldog            
  • Cane Corso         
  • American Bulldog       
  • Dogo Argentino           
  • Greyhound             
  • Mastiff (Bullmastiff, Neopolitan Mastiff, Tibetan Mastiff, Old English Mastiff)        
  • Himalayan          
  • British Shorthair             
  • Abyssinian           
  • Sphynx   
We reserve the right to refuse service for any animal to whom any procedure is deemed a health risk or if the animal is deemed too aggressive or difficult to handle. 
Can I license my pet at the Humane Society of Utah? 
No. While we can provide the rabies vaccination required for you to license your pet, we do not do the actual licensing. We are not affiliated with any animal control agencies and cannot access their records. Licensing can be done through your local animal control services in the city/county where you live. You can visit for more information on where to license your pet.
Can you euthanize my sick, old, or injured pet? 
Yes, we do offer pet euthanasia. If you would like to be in the room with your pet when the licensed veterinarian performs this procedure, you can make an appointment in our clinic. 
If you do not wish to be with your pet when the procedure is done, you may make an appointment through our Admissions Department Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Guardians releasing an animal for euthanasia will need to provide personal identification, proof of ownership, and supporting information of the medical or behavioral condition.
Utah Humane reserves the right to refuse euthanasia service if guardianship or a medical/behavioral condition cannot be confirmed. We will not euthanize any healthy or treatable pet. 
We cannot euthanize a pet if it has bitten someone within the last 10 days. If your pet has bitten a person breaking the skin and drawing blood within the last 10 days, by law, you must notify your local animal control services. 
I have more questions. What is the best way to contact you? 
You can reach us by phone at (801) 261-2919 ext. 230 on Monday from 9 a.m. – 5:45 p.m., Tuesday – Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 5:45 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. Because of the high demand for our services, there are certain days and times we may not be able to answer the phone. Please leave a message. We check our voicemail regularly throughout the day and will return your call usually within an hour the same day during our regular business hours.