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NOTE: The surgery schedule for the Subsidized Spay/Neuter Program is at capacity, and NO new applications are being accepted at this time. Those already on the waiting list for surgery will be contacted when appointment times become available. They anticipate re-opening applications in the second half of 2024.

Offers subsidized pet spay and neuter surgeries to financially disadvantaged households and animal rescue organizations in Regina in collaboration with the City of Regina.


You must be: - a resident of the city of Regina - 18 years of age or older - the owner or keeper of the pet being spayed or neutered - able to offer proof of being eligible for social assistance or of falling into specified family income or charitable animal rescue categories.

Application Process

Call or fill out an application form and send in.


You will need a pet license which must be purchased at the time of sterilization. Cat licenses are $20 and dog licenses are $25.

Business Line: 306-543-6363

Hours of Operation

Monday - Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
* Closed all statutory holidays

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Regina Humane Society


4900 Parliament Avenue
Regina SK  S4W 0T7

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Mailing Address

4900 Parliament Avenue
Regina SK  S4W 0T7

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Hours of Operation

Monday - Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
* Closed all statutory holidays


Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - ramps; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one)

Animal Receiving – Lost/ Found & Surrender: 306-543-6363 ext 196

Animal Adoption: 306-543-6363 ext 300

Cremation Services: 306-543-6363 ext 261

Donations & Memberships: 306-543-6363 ext 330

Animal Protection Services – Abuse, Dangerous Dogs, Animals at Large: 306-777-7700

Fax: 306-545-7661

After-Hours: 306-777-7700

After Hours/Statutory Holiday Emergency Service

Business Line: 306-543-6363

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