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Mississippi Pets: 9 Affordable Vet Care Resources

Mississippi Pets: 9 Affordable Vet Care Resources

Giving your Mississippi pets the best veterinary care possible may seem like an insurmountable obstacle when money is a factor. With COVID-19 putting a strain on our wallets, it’s hard to find quality care for our furry loved ones. Thankfully, we’ve got a list of low-cost Mississippi pet care options just for you.


Spay and Neuter Services

Mississippi Spay and Neuter (Richland)

Mississippi Spay and Neuter is a facility in Richland that offers immensely affordable spay and neuter services for your furry loved ones. Their mission is to reduce animal euthanasia and the “suffering of homeless animals by providing affordable spay and neuter and other wellness services.” Additionally, they aim to raise awareness regarding animal overpopulation. You can call (601) 420-2438 or learn more on their website.

Southern Pines Spay and Neuter Clinic (Hattiesburg)

In Hattiesburg you’ll find yet another clinic that provides low-cost spay and neuter services for your Mississippi pets. Besides spay and neuter, Southern Pines offers wellness packages, telemedicine services, and more. They even disclose their surgery fees for your convenience. Call (601) 544-5678 or go here to browse their services.

Pearl River County SPCA (Picayune)

This facility in Picayune is all about affordable spay and neuter services that won’t break the bank. Their fees are listed on their homepage. In addition, they occasionally offer specials on pricing and coupons. But that’s not all! You can also adopt through this clinic. Call (601) 798-8000 or head over here to get more information.

Pet Food and Other Items

Animal Health Products (Jackson)

Animal Health Products doesn’t just cater to cats and dogs — they also sell supplies for horses, rabbits, and other small companions! They boast exceptional customer reviews too. They’re a small business that sells organic products that’ll benefit your Mississippi pets in the long run. Call (601) 354-0733 or click here to learn more.


T & N Feed and Pet Supplies (Ocean Springs)

This store offers a wide array of pet food/supplies at “everyday low prices.” They have a “complete line of items for horses, dogs, cats, birds (both caged and wild), rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, cattle, sheep/goats, pigs (including mini pigs), and fish (both pet and pond).” That’s a lot of animals! You can call (228) 875-6909 or click here for more information.

The Pet Palace (Hattiesburg)

The Pet Palace is a family-owned establishment in Hattiesburg. They boast five-star reviews, for starters. While they only have a Facebook page, you can take a gander at the variety of animals in need of a home. They also sell pet food and supplies for your Mississippi pets with plenty of friendly faces and warm smiles behind the counter. Call (601) 261-1122 or browse their Facebook page.

Veterinary Procedures

Northeast Animal Hospital (Ridgeland)

This exemplary animal hospital has wonderful customer reviews, which is always a good thing. They run the gamut on medical services for your Mississippi pets. There’s preventative care, surgical procedures, breeding services, anesthesia and patient monitoring, and more. You can even register as a new client right on the website. Or you can call (601) 956-2932 to learn more.

Horn Lake Animal Hospital (Horn Lake)

Walk-ins are welcome at this hospital. Additionally, they’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Round-the-clock care for your Mississippi pets! There’s a pet pharmacy, radiology, dental care, dermatological services, and much more. Call (662) 393-1116 or click here for more information.

Animal Hospital of Clinton (Clinton)

The Animal Hospital of Clinton is your one-stop-shop for all of your Mississippi pet care needs. They provide in-clinic diagnostics, heartworm testing, laser therapy, micro-chipping, nutritional counseling, and so much more. Be sure to call (601) 924-4169 or go here to browse their services.

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Traci White

Monday 17th of October 2022

I have 2 dogs with pretty serious wounds that need treatment or at the very least they need to be looked at . One I believe need her under eye stitched up and the other has a very serious open would that we’ve been trying to treat at home but it’s getting worse not better .. I’m on a fixed income and don’t have the money today to pay but would be willing to work out a payment plan if possible

Catherine Marucci

Tuesday 18th of October 2022

Hi Traci. If none of the options above are helpful in your case, it may be worth calling 211 or your local Humane Society to see if there is anything else they can suggest in your area.