We will be closed to the public today (Friday, September 24) for a staff event. We appreciate your understanding. We will reopen Saturday for our regular hours.

We are open for Adoptions Tuesday-Sunday 12-5pm and Mondays from 12-4pm. We encourage you to fill out an adoption application prior to your visit for pre-approval. Spay/Neuter & Wellness visits as well as Bmore Kind Pet Food Bank assistance are by appointment only. Please check the corresponding menu tabs for information. Call 410-833-8848 with questions. TO APPLY FOR BMORE KIND PET FOOD BANK ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CLICK HERE

Spay/Neuter

Not every pet is a good surgical candidate for the humane society spay and neuter clinic. Some pets are better served being seen in a full-service veterinary facility. Please confirm that your pets meet the following criteria prior to scheduling a surgical appointment with us. Pets with medical conditions, injuries or illness will be declined for surgery and referred to a full-service vet. If your pet has fleas, a flea treatment will be given and you will be charged $6 when you pick up your pet.

Appointments Required
  • Patients are seen by appointment only.
  • Please fill out an application HERE. 
Need Help?

Please call 410-833-8848 ext. 209 or email fixmypet@bmorehumane.org

Fee schedules

Payment for all services is required at time of admission. We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard and Discover. We do not accept checks. Pets with medical conditions, injuries or illness will be declined for surgery and referred to a full-service vet. If your pet has fleas, a flea treatment will be given and you will be charged $6 when you pick up your pet. Additional charges may apply if your pet is in heat, pregnant or has an infection or other abnormality of the reproductive system.

Puppies (less than 6 months old)

  • Spay $105
  • Neuter $74

Adult Dogs

  • Spay, 5-60 pounds $158
  • Neuter, 5-80 pounds $95

Cats

  • Spay $61
  • Neuter $61

Vaccines/tests at time of surgery

Fee schedule for vaccines/tests at the time of surgery are as follows:

  • Rabies $14
  • DHPP $14
  • Heartworm test $24
  • FVRCP$14
  • Felv/FIV test$22

Guidelines for Dogs

If your dog has not had the required vaccinations and bloodwork, they will be performed at the time of surgery for an additional fee. Pre-anesthetic bloodwork is required for pets 5-7 years of age at an additional fee of $53. Dogs should not be aggressive towards people or highly reactive toward other animals and must be on a leash. Surgical pricing for dogs includes injectable pain medication at time of the surgery and oral pain medication to go home with you.

 

Age

4 months - 7 years old

 

Weight

Females: 5 - 60 lbs
Males: 5 - 80 lbs

 

Vaccinations

Up-to-date rabies and distemper vaccinations

 

Heartworm Treatment

Heartworm testing and preventative required if over 6 months of age

 

Health

No known illness, injury, or medical condition that increases surgical risk

 

Breed

Does not belong to brachycephalic (short-faced) breed

Guidelines for Cats

If your cat has not had the required vaccinations and bloodwork, they will be performed at the time of surgery for an additional fee. Surgical pricing for cats includes injectable pain medications at the time of surgery that are effective for 3 days following surgery.

 

Age

3 months - 7 years old

 

Weight

Over 3 pounds

 

Vaccinations

Up-to-date rabies and distemper

 

Health

No known illness, injury, or medical condition that increases surgical risk

 

Breed

Does not belong to the hairless or Persian breeds

COVID GUIDELINES

Due to COVID we have lower capacity and are taking clients for all services by appointment only.

  • All business will be conducted “curbside”, meaning that no members of the public will be permitted in the building.
  • Credit card payments are preferred to minimize the handling of potentially contaminated cash

The day of your appointment:

  • Please park in a spot marked by an orange cone and a sign designating it as a Spay/Neuter and vaccination parking spot
  • Please call the number on the sign (677-209-3980) when you arrive. A staff member will come out to retrieve your pet
  • For wellness visits, you will be invited to come into the building with your pet for the vaccinations if you are comfortable doing so. You must wear a mask to come into the building and only one person will be permitted into the building during the visit. If you opt not to come into the building with your pet, your pet will be returned to you in the parking lot after the vet exam and/or vaccines are administered.
  • For surgery patients, you will leave you pet and return to the shelter for discharge later in the day. Once again, please park in the designated spaces and call the phone number provided to let staff know you have arrived for pick-up.
  • To keep you and our staff safe, we will be enforcing social distancing protocols as recommended by local public health officials. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
 

Inclement Weather Policy

If you have a surgery or vaccination appointment at Baltimore Humane Society on a day that is snowy or icy, please monitor your email, texts and phone messages closely. Cancellations will be announced via these outlets by 6am the day of the appointment. 

Pre-surgery Instructions

  • Schedule appointment
  • Bring proof of current vaccinations and testing to your appointment
  • Bring a copy of your pet’s medical records
  • Keep cats indoors after 8pm, and dogs on supervised walks the evening prior to surgery
  • No food after midnight the night before surgery
  • Bring each cat in an individual, labeled clean carrier with a towel inside
  • Bring dogs on leash
  • Drop off between 8:00-8:30am
  • Leave your pet in the car until you have completed the paperwork required during drop-off. Drop-off takes approximately 15-20 minutes
  • Pay for services at drop-off
  • Pick up between 3:00-3:30pm. If you are late, a late fee may apply
  • If you need to cancel, we ask for at least 24-hour notice
  • Please do not remove your cat from the carrier upon arrival. Cats entering a new environment can, and often do, react unexpectedly

 

PRE-SURGERY CHECKLIST