• Spay & Neuter
  • Vaccines
  • Heartworm Testing
  • Microchiping
  • Deworming
  • Dental Services

480-945-3800

Our Location


101 Spay-Neuter & Clinic

8140 E. McDowell Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Tel:  480-945-3800
Fax: 480-947-0539
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We are conveniently located on East McDowell Road. We are centrally located to North Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, Phoenix ,Chandler and the Pima Indian Reservation within 10 minutes.

Spay & Neuter Services Scottsdale AZ


Make your appointment today! Call (480) 945-3800 or e-mail us at .

101 Spay and Neuter Clinic is here to help you and your pets with the most basic and necessary services including spay, neuter, vaccines, heartworm testing, microchiping, deworming, and now Dental Services.

Dog spay and neuter

We surgically operate your dogs pets that owners are looking to get sterile to avoid pregnancy and overpopulation control in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, Chandler.

We also work close with rescue groups to help with veterinary assistance on their pets.

Cat spay and neuter

We surgically operate cats either stray or home pets that owners are looking to get sterile to avoid pregnancy and overpopulation control. For stray cats we can provide you with traps, you leave a deposit that will be refunded or credited at the time or return to our facility.

Dog Vaccines:

We offer vaccination from puppies to adults in a needed basis. Most pets should be vaccinated to be spay and/or neuter. Whether you bring copies of certificate of vaccines or we can do it here when you bring your pet in for spay or neuter.

Cat Vaccines:

We offer vaccination from kittens to adults in a needed basis. Most pets should be vaccinated to be spay and/or neuter. Whether you bring copies of certificate of vaccines or we can do it here when you bring your pet in for spay or neuter.

Heartworm, Tick Fever( Erhlichia) Lyme’s and Anaplasma testing

By testing your pets for those diseases you will screen them and find out your pet’s heath before they are introduced to a new home of they start to mingle with other pets and avoid spreading of diseases in your house or in your neighborhood.

Some of these disease can go undetected for many weeks, months or years if you catch them on time, you can save your pet’s life by treating him/her promptly.

Feline Leukemia, Feline immune deficiciency virus and Feline Heartworm disease testing

By testing your pets for those diseases you will screen them and find out your pet’s health before they are introduced to a new home of they start to mingle with other pets and avoid spreading of diseases in your house or in your neighborhood.

Most viral disease are transmitted by infected cats through saliva, cat bites and other body fluids. If you screen the new cats you can avoid mayor complication in the future with your other pets.