Yorkshire Terrier at the Vet

Price List

A reservation fee is required to book every appointment. All pricing is subject to change without notice.

Surgery prices provided include sterilization, anesthesia, pain medication, complimentary nail trim and ear cleaning, and lots of love and care from our staff.

 

Dog

Spay

$100 - up to 50 lbs

$110 - 51-60 lbs

$120 - 61-70 lbs 

$120 - 71-80 lbs

$140 - 81-90 lbs

$150 - 91-100 lbs 


Price continues to go up $10 for every additional 10 lbs

$25 In-heat*

$40 Pregnancy*   

Dog

Neuter

$90 - up to 50 lbs             

$100 - 51-60 lbs       

$110 - 61-70 lbs  

$120 - 71-80 lbs  

$130 - 81-90 lbs 

$140 - 91-100 lbs  


Price continues to go up $10 for every additional 10 lbs

​​$40 - $75*  Cryptorchid (undescended testicle)

Cat

Spay/Neuter

$55   Neuter    

$75   Spay

$40 Pregnancy*    

$30 - $40* Cryptorchid (undescended testicle)  

Community Cats

Spay/Neuter

$30   Community Cat Program   

The community cat program is NOT for house cats. This program is for feral and free-roaming cats only. They will receive the spay/neuter surgery, Rabies, FVRCP vaccines, ear tip (required), and tattoo.

Surcharges

Occasional Needs

$40    Brachycephalic (breed specific anesthesia)  
$40+  Senior (7+ yrs)*   
$25 - $50 Undersocialized, cage-guarding, growling, bearing teeth

Ancillaries

Occasional Needs

$25 Microchip
$10 + tax Cardboard Carrier
$10 - $15 + tax - Medical Collars (cones)

Dog

Vaccines - Deworming - Parasites

$10   Rabies (1yr + 3yrs)

$12   DHAPP (puppy, 1yr + 3yrs)

$16   Bordatella (Initial + boosters depending on exposure )

$16   Lepto (puppy + 1yr)

$20 - 25  Flea/Tick treatment

$10+  Dewormer

$15 brief exam required at walk-in vaccine clinic (Saturdays)

Cat

Vaccines - Deworming - Parasites

$10   Rabies (1yr + 3yrs)

$12   FVRCP (kitten, 1yr + 3yrs)

$25   FeLV (kitten + 2 yrs)

$28   FeLV Test (optional)

$20 - 25  Flea/Ear mite treatment

$10+   Dewormer

$15 brief exam required at walk-in vaccine clinic (Saturdays)

*Additional charges may apply if they are medically necessary for the safety of the animal. This is determined by our licensed veterinarian.