Services & Fees & FAQ      

The Neuter Commuter
Mobile Clinic Services and Fees

The mobile clinic operates throughout Passaic County in areas such as Clifton, Pompton Lakes, Bloomingdale, Totowa, and Paterson. You may have seen our clinic parked in locations such as PETCO / Totowa, Bloomingdale Animal Shelter (BASS), Pompton Lakes Animal Hospital, Clifton Shelter, to name a few.

Dr. George Cattiny, Jr. and the staff of Pompton Lakes Animal Hospital assisted the Coalition with the set up and managing of the clinic, surgical requirements and procedures. Numerous veterinarians have operated on the van, most notably Dr. Matt Krupnick.

The van is currently staffed with several veterinarians and vet techs.  A scheduled surgery day will include one veterinarian, two vet techs, and our mobile clinic manager.

The mobile clinic offers the following services
at reasonable rates
(see fee table below):
  • Feline spaying and neutering

  • Rabies vaccination

  • Distemper vaccinations

  • Feline blood testing for FELV / FIV

  • Micro chipping

  • Flea and Tick Prevention

Our goal is to help control the pet overpopulation problem, and, at the same time, offer those on a lower or fixed income an opportunity to have their pets vaccinated and altered at a reasonable cost. By clicking on the various web page links to the left, you may view more information on the clinic locations, fees, surgical forms, etc.


Cat (Male) Neuter $40
Cat (Female) Spay $70
FELV/FIV Test $35
Rabies and distemper vaccinations are $15 each
Dog Neuter (male), 1-20 pounds $75
Dog Neuter (male), 21-50 pounds $85
Dog Neuter (male). 51-80 pounds
 Dog Neuter (male), greater than 80 pounds
Dog Spay (female), 1-20 pounds $95
Dog Spay (female), 21-50 pounds $105
 Dog Spay (female), 51-80 pounds                     $130
 Dog Spay (female), over 80 pounds                   $155                    
Rabies and distemper vaccinations are $15 each
Elizabethan Collar $10
Microchip $15 insertion with lifetime registration
Lyme Vaccine $20
Flea and Tick Treatments
* Additional charges may be assessed if the animal is pregnant, has undescended testicles or any other unusual conditions.

Below are some frequently asked questions about our mobile clinic and the services we provide. Should you have any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us by using the "Contact" link to the left.  A volunteer will respond to you as quickly as possible either by email or telephone.

I am a resident of Passaic County and I was wondering if this low cost service is open to anyone?
Yes, the Passaic County Mobile Spay Neuter services are available to anyone who needs them.

Are the Vets who are doing the spaying certified and licensed veterinarians?
Yes, all veterinarians performing the surgeries are certified and licensed in the state of NJ.

Being that you are a mobile unit, will my pet be offered the same quality spaying as in a veterinarian's office?
Yes, we have a fully operational medical suite on board the trailer. 

Will I receive a letter showing proof of spaying after the surgery?
Yes, we send every animal home with proof of altering, a shot record (if shots were given), and discharge instructions with emergency numbers in the unlikely event that any post surgical complications occur.


To  contact us regarding our services please see the
Access Our Services webpage to the left or
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