Pet Helpers - Clinic


Spay and Neuter Clinic

We understand that caring for your animals can sometimes be expensive and our goal is to try to provide lower cost services to keep your animals healthy. Pet Helpers Spay & Neuter Clinic is dedicated to ensuring the health and well-being of your beloved pets through affordable and accessible sterilization services. Our mission is to provide high-quality care for every animal that walks through our doors, regardless of income or location.

Our clinic is a small, shelter- based operation that practices high-volume, high-quality spays and neuters (HVHQSN). Our staff is kind, efficient, and professional, and we practice quality medicine providing a pleasant and caring experience for both pet patient and client. Our fully licensed and highly trained veterinarians are committed to treating every pet as if they were their own.

We recommend always keeping a relationship with your family veterinarian as we provide limited and need-based services that should not replace regular wellness visits for your animals.

Our services extend beyond sterilization. We also provide low-cost vaccinations, microchipping, and preventive treatments for heartworm and flea infestation. These additional services can be conveniently administered at the time of surgery, ensuring comprehensive care for your furry companion.

To book your appointment, please email or call (843) 302-0556.

Thank you for choosing Pet Helpers Spay & Neuter Clinic for your pet’s health and wellness needs. We look forward to serving you and your furry family members!

Availability is limited and requires a scheduled appointment.

Book your appointment by emailing

Qualifying individuals or families with low income may be eligible for financial assistance through SNAP (Spay & Neuter Assistance Program), supported by a grant funded by Humane Net.

*Veterinary staff need to be able to handle animals. Animals that display aggression will not be able to be treated.

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