Price changes go into effect 01/01/2020

SURGERY REQUIREMENTS

All healthy dogs over the age of four to five (4-5) mo and healthy cats weighing at least two (2) pounds are eligible for surgery. 

Animals receive the following:

  • Pre-surgery exam

  • Sedation 

  • Pain Medication

  • General Anesthesia

  • Spay/Neuter surgery performed by a licensed veterinarian 

  • Tattoo on tummy

  • Post surgery snack

  • Love and attention while in our care

Services and Fees

A RESERVATION FEE is required to book every surgery 

CATS

$55   Neuter    

$75   Spay       

$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 and fvrcp vaccine, ear tip (required) and tattoo.

DOGS

Neuter

$80 - up to 50 lbs             

$90 - 51-60 lbs       

$100 - 61-70 lbs  

$110 - 71-80 lbs  

$120 - 81-90 lbs 

$130 - 91-100 lbs  

 

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

Spay 

$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

Surcharges

Feline Pregnancy*    $20 (early term) - $40 (late term)

Canine Pregnancy*   $30 (early term) - $50 (late term)

$30 - $50   Feline Cryptorchid (undescended testicle)   

$40 - $75   Canine Cryptorchid (undescended testicle)

$35    Brachycephalic (any breed with a "squished" nose)  

$35+  Senior (7+ yrs)*   

$35+  High-Risk*  

$5+    Frontline spray (fast-acting flea medication)** 

 

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

                   

**Frontline spray is mandatory if fleas noted in the surgical area

Ancillaries

$35   Carrier Rental   

$7 - $16 + tax - Medical Canine Collars