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Spay/Neuter Program

In an effort to reduce the number of homeless dogs and cats in Wharton County, we offer a voucher program to spay/neuter your pet.

Your cost is usually $50 for a cat or dog under 45 lbs. or $70 for a dog 46-90 lbs. This also includes a rabies vaccination, unless you bring proof of a current rabies shot.

To request a voucher, please email us ( with your phone number, physical address, & pet info (dog/cat, male/female, pet name, & vet clinic). We will create a voucher and email it to you and the vet clinic.

1. Once you get the voucher, you need to contact the vet clinic and make an appointment. The voucher will expire in 3 weeks.

2. Bring your pet in for their appointment. No food or water after midnight the night before.

3. You will be expected to pay the co-pay fee at that time. You can also pay for additional shots or flea medications. SPOT pays $80 of the cost, and you are responsible for the remainder. Please call your vet of choice for information on the co-pay amount. 

4. You will pick up your pet later within the same day.

If you are a Wharton County resident, SPOT can help you get your personal pet fixed at any of the following locations:

  • Alamont Vet Clinic, 1907 E Boling Hwy, Wharton, TX 77488
    (979) 532-5569
  • Coastal Plains Animal Clinic, 3056 N Mechanic St, El Campo, TX 77437, (979) 543-1650
  • East Bernard Animal Hospital, 1033 Main St, East Bernard, TX 77435
    (979) 335-6222
  • El Campo Animal Hospital, 1201 West Loop, El Campo, TX 77437
    (979) 275-1634
  • Wharton Vet Clinic, 1518 Highway 60 S, Wharton, TX 77488
    (979) 532-1431

You'll need to pay a co-pay and then Wharton County SPOT, together with Wharton County and the cities of East Bernard, El Campo, or Wharton, will pay the balance of the surgery. Donations to offset that expense are always appreciated!


Spaying/Neutering your pet? 
Check out this site to find everything you need to know.

Our Mission

The mission of SPOT is to educate the public on the plight of abandoned pets, and to provide humane care, treatment and suitable homes for animals without owners.