Veterinary center sliding fees

Animal Humane Society is expanding access to affordable veterinary care by offering high-quality, low-cost services with sliding fees based on income.

  • Standard fees are available for individuals making up to $51,040 a year (plus $17,920 for each additional household member). Fees at this level are still well below the average in our area. See our standard fees.
  • Reduced fees are available for individuals making up to $31,900 a year (plus $11,200 for each additional household member). Fees at this level are set at 60% of standard pricing. See our reduced fees.
  • Minimum fees are available for individuals making up to $12,760 a year (plus $4,480 for each additional household member). Fees at this level are set at 30% of standard pricing. See our minimum fees.

Fees are based on your annual income

Use the chart below to determine if you qualify for standard, reduced, or minimum pricing based on your annual income. Due to high demand, we are currently unable to offer veterinary services to those who exceed the qualifications for standard pricing.

Household size STANDARD FEES
available up to
REDUCED FEES
available up to
MINIMUM FEES
available up to
1 person $51,040 $31,900 $12,760
2 people $68,960 $43,100 $17,240
3 people $86,880 $54,300 $21,720
4 people $104,800 $65,500 $26,200
5 people $122,720 $76,700 $30,680
6 people $140,640 $87,900 $35,160
7 people $158,560 $99,100 $39,640
8 people $176,480 $110,300 $44,120
Additional $17,920 $11,200 $4,480

Documentation

We will ask you to provide proof of your income qualification or recent hardship when you arrive for services. The following documents are accepted.

  • Recent tax return
  • W2 form
  • Two current pay stubs 
  • Enrollment in a qualifying government program

If you have any questions about our sliding fees, please contact us at 763-489-SPAY.

We also provide veterinary services to registered animal welfare organizations and feral cat colony caretakers.

For caring, compassionate advice and resources to address all your animal concerns.

Contact the Pet Helpline