West Valley Humane Society has a limited service veterinary clinic that provides basic care for animals in our area. These services are available by appointment only and are offered based on staffing and resources available. 

To sign up for any of these services, please click the link for the program and fill out the application. Our staff will then be in touch with you to schedule an appointment based on staff availability. 

One of the best things you can do as a pet owner is to make sure that your pet is microchipped. Microchipping is a quick, low-cost service that can make a life-changing difference when it comes to getting a lost pet back. 

Collars and tags can get removed or go missing leaving your pet without any way to communicate who their owner is. A microchip implant can make sure that your contact information doesn’t get misplaced and your pet can return to you as fast as possible if they were to ever go missing. 

Our microchip clinic is only $35 and the chip is registered under your name and contact information. Appointments are quick, easy, and don’t require a veterinary exam. 

West Valley Humane Society has a limited-service veterinary clinic to perform spay/neuter surgeries. Our top priority is to make sure that all shelter animals are spayed/neutered and vaccinated prior to adoption and as such, our public spay/neuter schedule may vary. 

To schedule an appointment, please fill out our Public Spay/Neuter Form Below. Our clinic staff will be in touch with you as soon as possible to get you on our surgery schedule. 

Generally speaking, animals are dropped off at our clinic at 10 AM and are ready to be picked up by 4-5 PM. All scheduling details will be discussed while scheduling your appointment. 

Dedicated Spay/Neuter, Vaccinate and Return programs for cats in our region have proven to be the most humane and effective way to ensure cats: stay healthier, stop reproducing, and become less of a nuisance to community members. Read below to learn more about our program or to sign up to participate!

Vaccinating your pet is an essential part of responsible pet ownership. By making sure that your pet is not vulnerable to preventable illnesses, you are setting them up for a longer, happier, and healthier life. 


West Valley Humane Society offers low-cost humane euthanasia for pets of Canyon County, Idaho residents. This service is available during normal operating hours at the shelter. Owners must be 18 or older and provide a valid form of photo identification.

We understand the difficulties that come with making the decision to let a beloved family pet go. You know your pet the best and often euthanasia is the most humane option available.  We take the utmost care of all animals using this service. 

West Valley Humane Society offers no-cost, basic examination to adopters within 14 days of adoption, animals that have been seen by our clinic for spay/neuter services, and animals in foster with the shelter. 

WVHS has limited staff and resources and can only offer a basic physical examination to address minor concerns including “kennel cough”, feline upper respiratory infections, or spay/neuter incision checks. The post-adoption recheck is not meant to replace regular care or examination with your veterinarian.