Animal Friends of the Valleys Spay and Neuter Clinic

We offer LOW COST vaccines, spays & neuters!

At Animal Friends of the Valleys, we are dedicated to helping our community maintain a sustainable pet population, so we offer easy access to high quality, low cost spay/neuter services.

Animal Friends of the Valleys Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic is located at:

33751 Mission Trail, Building B,
Wildomar, CA 92595

Phone Number: 951-674-7729

Fax Number: 951-498-7847

AFV Vaccine Clinic

The vaccination clinic is open for walk-ins.

In order to meet demand, we have extended our hours for our clinic.
*Extended Hours: Tuesday – Saturday from 9 am – 2 pm.

Check AFV’s social media for current news on hours and closures.

AFV Spay and Neuter Clinic

Schedule Your Spay/Neuter Appointment

All spay/neuter appointments must be made on-line.  DO NOT CALL the clinic to schedule as the online calendar is updated as spots are made available.

Please use the link below to schedule your service.

Tuesday through Saturday by appointment only.

For an appointment select a category below; $50 non-refundable deposit is required at the time of scheduling

To reschedule, please refer to your confirmation email. DO NOT CANCEL YOUR APPOINTMENT IF YOU NEED TO RESCHEDULE.


We completely understand that our clinic is in high demand, and when you need your pet to be serviced, you need it sooner than later. If you are having trouble with scheduling an appointment with the AFV low cost spay/neuter and vaccine clinic, please try the following clinics/facilities and click on their names to learn more:

Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption (Spay & Neuter Clinic)

Ramona Animal Clinic

Golden Coast Vet

Department of Animal Services Riverside County

Affordable Spay & Neuter of Orange County

Affordable Spay & Neuter of San Diego


San Diego Spay & Neuter Resource Page

Moreno Valley Community Vet Care Clinic

Corona Community Vet Hospital

Pet Smile Vet (Corona)

Animal Hospital of Eagle Glen



For a full extensive list of veterinary clinics, please click here.


We perform surgeries as early as 2 months and 2 lbs. before any hormonal behavioral challenges begin to effectively reduce pet overpopulation.

We perform surgeries as early as 2 months and 2 lbs. before any hormonal behavioral challenges begin to effectively reduce pet overpopulation.

Doctors recommend waiting at least two months before getting your pet fixed.

The healing process can be 7 – 10 days, with no running, jumping, swimming, or strenuous activity.

No – we use absorbable sutures and then close with a tissue glue.

If your pet’s incision is red, swollen, or has any sort of discharge, please give us a call to schedule a follow up with our doctor.

Any reaction should be closely monitored by a veterinarian. If your pet has any vomiting, diarrhea, facial swelling, hives or excessive itchiness, please take them to a full-service Veterinarian right away!

No – we offer all services needed to obtain a pet license, but licensing is done at 33751 Mission Trail, Wildomar, CA 92595 or over the phone at 951-674-0618.

Unfortunately, no. We are only equipped to perform affordable vaccines, spays and neuters.

Yes, you will need to make an appointment for medications at this time.

Yes, our clinic website for the calendar is working. The reason why you may not see openings for months in the future is because we update our calendar monthly, not annually. You will only see availability when the calendar is open during the last week of the month for the next month’s appointments. If there are no openings, spots have been all filled. Spots are filled incredibly fast, which is why we recommend checking frequently.

Please refer to the bottom of this page for more clinics you are free to use for fixing/vaccinating your pet if you are unable to make an appointment with our clinic.