"Fixing your pet is as easy as ABC!"






Feline Friends

Spay - $50
Neuter - $40
Feral/ barn/ stray (with eartipping) - $35


Optional Vaccines (Given at time of spay/neuter surgery only):
  • Rabies Vaccine - $15 (12 weeks or older)
  • FVRCP (distemper/upper respiratory) - $15
  • FeLV (feline leukemia) vaccine - $15
  • FeLV/FIV test - $25
  • Found Animals Microchip - $20

Canine Companions

Spay over 100lbs - $100
Spay under 100lbs - $65
Neuter over 100lbs - $85
Neuter under 100lbs - $60

Optional Vaccines (Given at time of spay/neuter surgery only):
  • Rabies Vaccine - $15 (12 weeks or older)
  • DALppV (distemper, parvo, parainfluenza, adenovirus) - $15
  • Bordatella (Kennel Cough) - $15
  • Heartworm test - $15
  • Found Animals Microchip - $20

The ABC Clinic is a low-cost high-quality spay/neuter clinic. We are not a replacement for your local veterinarian and can not provide services other than spay and neuter surgeries.

All animals receive modern anesthetics that follow published standards of care in veterinary medicine.


Do I need to make an appointment to have my pet spayed or neutered?

Yes. ABC Clinic spays or neuters animals by appointment only. Call (574) 272-SPAY to make an appointment. If you are unable to reach a ABC Clinic staff member, please leave a message. We receive a very high volume of calls and return them in the order received. Due to the number of calls we receive, it sometimes takes several days for us to respond, but we will call you back as soon as possible.  If making appointments for 3+ animals a prepayment of half of the services is required.

Spay/neuter surgeries are performed Monday through Friday. Cats should be dropped off at 7:00 AM and dogs should be dropped off at 7:30 AM on the day of their appointment.

Dogs and cats go home the same day as their spay/neuter appointment. Dogs should be picked 4:30 PM and cats should be picked up at 5:00 PM.

ABC Clinic will spay/neuter puppies and kittens when they're twelve weeks old and at least two pounds. It's a myth that you can't spay/neuter kittens and puppies when they're so young - they actually bounce back from spay/neuter surgery very quickly. Pediatric Spay/Neuter is safe and can be less stressful on the animal than waiting until they're older.


            Funding Assistance for Government Assistance Recipients

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If you are part of a Needs Based Assistance Program in Indiana (Food Stamps, Medicaid, SSD, SSI, WIC, Section 8 Housing) you may be eligible for a reduced spay/neuter fee of just $20 through the Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) of Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana (SNSI). Please download the application below and carefully read through all the requirements. Mail your application, payment (money order), and required proof of limited income to SNSI. You will be notified within two weeks in regards to whether or not your application was accepted and they will provide you with a voucher that you can use at the ABC Clinic. Once you get the voucher, call and schedule an appointment and let them know you'll be using a SNAP SNSI Voucher.

Download the SNAP Application (PDF Format)


Samantha's Fund

Samantha, Dr. Hatch's beloved three-legged dog, was found as a stray at just four months old. She had been hit by a car and suffered from a broken leg. The on-call veterinarian plated and casted her leg and left her to heal as he went on a month long leave. Upon his return, he found there had been a complication and the leg was not fixable. His solution was to euthanize her, however, the clinic caretakers had grown quite fond of Samantha and wouldn�t let her go that easily. They found a willing veterinarian to donate the time and expertise needed to amputate Samantha�s leg. Those same caretakers found Samantha her first home. One year later, a three-legged, pregnant Samantha was returned to the clinic; only this time, Dr. Kari Hatch was now working at the clinic and immediately bonded with Samantha who gave birth to 12 healthy puppies. Once the puppies were adopted, Dr. Hatch officially adopted Samantha and their journey together began. She traveled with Dr. Hatch from Carolina to Germany, to Michigan and finally to Indiana. She put up with the never-ending assortment through the house of nursing kittens, sick kittens, cats and dogs as well as new permanent cats, dogs, rats, and a husband. Samantha�s fund was created in honor of the incredible bond and unconditional love we share with our furry companions.

Donations to Samantha's Fund will be used to provide spay/neuter surgeries for pets from Michiana families in need of financial assistance.