The Spay Station

The Spay Station

The Spay Station is on the road serving pet owners across Middle Tennessee.

An appointment is required.  

If you have an appointment please click HERE to download your admissions paperwork and bring it with you at your regular appointment time!
You can also download and save the post-op. instructions here (these instructions also list after-hours, emergency vet care contacts in case of emergency) - please click HERE to download post-op instructions.

For information or to get on the waiting list for your area please call 615-281-0664.

Spay/Neuter Pricing
For Cats
Cat Neuter ..... $35.00
Cat Spay ......... $45.00

For Dogs
Dog Neuter .... $55.00
Dog Spay ........ $65.00

Additional Services & Fees
Rabies Shots ... $10.00 (At time of surgery)
Complex Surgery Fee ... $10.00 (To cover extra surgical supplies for overweight dogs, dogs in heat, etc.)

The Spay Station is a 33-foot mobile veterinary clinic owned and operated by New Leash on Life. We began operation in April of 2000. Since then we have performed over 40,000 spay / neuter surgeries for low income pet owners who could not otherwise afford it. The Spay Station serves pets whose owners demonstrate financial need and operates 100% on private donations.

We concentrate our efforts in Wilson County - Lebanon, Mt. Juliet and Watertown but to date have visited the following counties: Cheatham, Sumner, Davidson, Trousdale, Smith, Dekalb, Dickson, Lincoln, Perry, Rutherford, Knox, White, Williamson, Maury, Putnam, Robertson, Jackson, and Cumberland Counties.  Organizations in other counties sponsor clinics in their area.

Some of the responsibilities of sponsors include contributing toward our daily operating costs, promoting the clinic, finding a location, and scheduling appointments.  The daily operating cost for the Spay Station is $1,100.  Please contact Angela Chapman at for information about sponsoring a Spay Station clinic.

Over 40,000 surgeries have been performed so far in 19 different counties...
To qualify for our services one must demonstrate financial need by participating in any of the following programs: food stamps, public housing, disability, WIC, Families First, SSI or Medicaid. Clients are asked to make a donation of whatever they can afford. Our goal is to sterilize those pets who, without our program, would never be spayed or neutered. Those cats and dogs that would be adding to the pet overpopulation problem which results in suffering and the continued need for euthanasia of healthy animals whose only crime was being born.

We greatly appreciate the donation of this gift through the Patricia and Edward J. McGavock Humane Treatment of Animals Fund managed by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Because of the late Patricia McGavock's compassion and generosity tens of thousands of kittens and puppies will not be born into a world where there are already far too many.  Special thanks to the many supporters who regularly donate items from our wish list.

Thank you to our featured sponsors:
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