Redinger Spay/Neuter Clinic



Please try contacting one of these other spay/neuter facilities. We are not referring you to any other facility, simply we are providing a list of clinics for your convenience. You decide on the clinic that you feel is best for you.

Spay N Save -

988 N Ronald Reagan Blvd, Longwood, FL 32750 - 407-920-4894 - -


Central Florida Community Pet Clinic -85 S. Charles R Beall Blvd Suite A, DeBary, FL 32713 - 386-320-0503 -


St. Augustine Humane Society -

1665 Old Moultrie Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32084 - 904-829-2737 - -

St. Augustine Humane Society (


Brevard Spay-Neuter Clinic -

4430 Dixie Highway Suite 1 & 2 Palm Bay, FL 32905 - 321-724-1141 - -

WELCOME | brevardspayneuter (


Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando -

12050 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32826 - 407-351-7722 - -


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All appointments require payment in advance. If the appointment is canceled at least 24-hours prior to the appointment, the payment will be refunded except for a $10 service fee. Appointments that are not canceled at least 24-hours prior to the time of the appointment, or "no-show" appointments, will not be refunded. 

Appointments can be scheduled online (blue button above), over the phone, or in-person at the clinic.

600 Mason Avenue, Suite 150 

Daytona Beach, FL 32117

Phone: 386 - 310 4935 

Fax: 386 - 310 4999

Drop off times are as follows:

Dogs 8-8:45

Cats 8-9:30

There is a $10 late fee after 9:30

Pick up is 3:30-4:00 unless told otherwise or called because the animal is done early.

Surgeries are available by appointment only.

Customers with TNR cats and feral cats, please call at 386-405-1559. Do not schedule online.


Please note all animals should be 3-months old or older at the time of surgery.

If you do not hear back from the clinic or cannot reach anyone at the clinic, email


In 2012, Halifax Humane Society took in over 15,000 animals, of which over 8,300 were feral cats taken in through municipal contracts. As such, board members made the expansion of spay/neuter programs a top operational priority. Since then, the results have been extraordinary. As of 2019, Halifax Humane Society took in just 6,800 animals. Of those, 2,800 were feral cats taken in through municipal contracts—a decrease of 55% total animal intake and a 67% decrease of feral cat intake.

Through a generous donation of $50,000 by Alan & Mary Ann Redinger, it was possible to outfit the building as a state-of-the-art clinic. A PetSmart Charities grant also allowed for the purchasing of cutting-edge equipment to operate the clinic.

The surgical standards at the clinic are derived from Humane Alliance, an organization that has been at the forefront of the nationwide movement to implement the best defense against euthanasia, prevention by sterilization. So far, over 100 new spay/neuter clinics have opened under its mentor program.

The Redinger Spay/Neuter Clinic is the latest component of the Halifax Humane Society’s continued initiative to reduce and eventually eliminate the pet overpopulation problem in Volusia County.

Spay/neuter surgeries have proven to have the largest direct impact on reducing the number of animals going into shelters. As the graphic on the left shows, just one unsterilized cat or dog can lead to hundreds and even thousands of unplanned and/or unwanted kittens or puppies.


Why spay/neuter my pet?
Aside from helping control the pet population, there are several other benefits to spaying or neutering your pet. Both males and females face a lower risk of cancer after surgery (testicular cancer in males, breast cancer, and pyometra in females). For more information, click here.

Sterilized animals tend to exhibit better behavior, as well. Animals that have not been sterilized may “mark their territory” by urinating in the house. Some aggression problems can also be solved by early sterilization surgery. Unsterilized pets are far more likely to roam searching for a partner, putting them in danger of traffic or predatory animals. Spaying or neutering your pet will actually save you money in the long run. Sterilization is far cheaper than the cost of caring for a litter of kittens or puppies or the vet bills if your animal is injured while roaming. Reducing the number of stray animals makes your community a safer place as well.


Redinger Clinic Services & Price List
The first-rate standard of care at the Redinger Clinic is achieved using cutting-edge medical practices and surgical techniques.  Donations subsidize pricing to maximize Halifax Humane Society’s mission of reducing the overpopulation of pets.

Rabies vaccine and microchip are included. A microchip is required if your pet does not already have one. There is no additional cost for the chip. To learn more about microchips and how they work,


click here.

New pricing starting 01/01/2020

CAT Spay/Neuter Surgeries


(each cat




be in its own carrier)



Male or Female Cat




Dog Spay/Neuter Surgeries



Weight (lbs)















With an additional fee of $10.00 per 10lbs starting at 110lbs


Additional Surgical Services Fees (only available at time of spay/neuter surgery)



Hernia Repair





Female Umbilical - $15

Male Umbilical - $25

Other - $50








Cats - $100.00

Dog <50lbs - $120

Dogs>50lbs - $150







Inguinal - $25.00

Abdominal - $60.00



Scrotal Ablation



Dog - $100







Cat - $10

Dog - $10



Obesity (BCS 8/9 or greater)







In Heat




Vaccinations (only available at time of spay/neuter surgery)





Canine Vaccines


Feline Vaccines




Rabies (required by law)


Rabies (required by law)




DA2PP (Distemper/Parvo)


FVRCP (“Distemper”)




Bordetella (Kennel Cough)


FeLV (Feline Leukemia)


Other Services 
(only available at time of spay/neuter surgery)



FeLV/FIV Combo Test

(Feline Leukemia & Feline Aids)


$20 per animal



Canine Heartworm Test


$15 per animal






Feline E-Collar




Canine E-Collar



Other surgical fees may apply. 
*Vaccines are only available to surgical patients. 


PetCo Love Vaccines


Download File (Redinger Clinic Admission Form.pdf)

Before Surgery

  • Do not allow your pet to eat after midnight.  Pets can still have water.
  • Keep your pet indoors.
  • Upon arrival, bring your pet to be weighed to complete check-in. 
  • When entering the clinic, dogs must be on a leash, and cats must be in a carrier.

After Surgery

  • Limit your pet's activity.
  • Keep your pet on its regular diet.
  • Keep the incision dry and check it twice daily.
  • Monitor your pet's pain levels.
  • Keep in-heat females away from males for at least two weeks following sterilization.
  • Watch for complications.
  • Call the clinic with any concerns.

Post Surgery Follow-Up
After your pet’s surgery, the next step is to follow up with a trusted veterinarian.  Building an ongoing relationship with your veterinarian is essential to your pet’s well-being if you have not already.

A full-service veterinary clinic best handles preventive care like annual exams, dental/skincare, and other treatments. They will keep your pet up-to-date on the vaccinations and preventative medication they need. 

Preventive care and general wellness checkups cost money but are a vital part of keeping your pet healthy so that you can enjoy their company for a long time.