Spay and Neuter

HIGH-QUALITY Low-Cost Spays and Neuters!

Before you choose which hospital to have your pet’s procedure done at, make sure they are taking the same safety precautions that we do, and find out exactly what is included in their prices.

Our prices include pre-surgical exam; anesthesia; monitoring; IV catheter and fluids; antibiotic injection and pain medicine to go home (when needed).

High-Quality Low-Cost Spaying

The following prices are to be used as an Estimate. Prices may vary depending on each patient.

Surgery                    Extra Charges
  • Canine Spay (under 20bs): $142
  • Canine Spay (21-35 lbs): $158
  • Canine Spay (36-50 lbs): $174
  • Canine Spay (51-75 lbs):$205
  • Canine Spay (over 75 lbs): $262
  • Feline Spay: $110
  • In heat / obese / pregnant: $25-$100 by weight /complexity
  • Hernia repair:  $70-$150 by size/complexity
  • Pets 5+ years (Pre-op blood work required)

*Prices include pre-surgical exam; anesthesia; monitoring; IV catheter and fluids; antibiotic injection and pain medicine to go home (when needed).

High-Quality Low-Cost Neutering

The following prices are to be used as an Estimate. Prices may vary depending on each patient.

Surgery                      Extra Charges
  • K9 Neuter (under 20 lbs): $102
  • K9 Neuter (21-35 lbs): $132
  • K9 Neuter (36-50 lbs): $152
  • K9 Neuter (51-75 lbs):$172
  • K9 Neuter (over 75 lbs): $197
  • Feline Neuter: $102
  • Cryptorchid (when a testicle is undescended):
    • Inguinal: $50
    • Abdominal: $100 -$150
    • Hernia repair: $70-$150 by size/complexity
  • Pets 5+ years (Pre-op blood work required)

*Prices include pre-surgical exam; anesthesia; monitoring; IV catheter and fluids; antibiotic injection and pain medicine to go home (when needed).

What to Expect

On the day before the surgery:

  • We’ll call you to remind you of the appointment.
  • Do not give your pet anything to eat or drink after 9 p.m. that night.

On the day of the surgery:

  • Drop your pet off between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m.
  • We’ll call you when the surgery is done to let you know a time after which you can pick-up your pet. Most pets do not stay overnight, so the pick-up time will be in the mid-afternoon before 6p.m., when we close.
  • When you arrive, we’ll give you after-care instructions and answer any questions you may have.
  • Full Payment is expected when you pick-up your pet.

The days following the surgery:

  • Follow the take-home instructions that we give you when you pick up your pet.
  • Make sure your pet does not run, jump or lick at the incision for at least 10 days.
  • Do not bathe your pet or let him/her go swimming for at least 10 days.
  • Give your pet the pain medicine we prescribed. Be sure to follow the directions carefully.
  • We will schedule a free follow-up visit to see how your pet is recovering and to check the incision site.

When to Spay or Neuter

We recommend pets be spayed or neutered as soon as possible after they are 6 months old.

Benefits of Spaying

  • Spaying stops female cats and dogs from going into heat, which is messy, causes behavioral changes, and attracts males.
  • Spayed females cannot become pregnant.
  • Spaying reduces the risk of breast cancer and eliminates the possibility of uterine and ovarian cancer.
  • Spayed dogs are much less expensive to license than unspayed / unneutered (intact; unfixed) dogs. In fact, spaying your dog will save you approximately $76 Each Year!
  • Spaying helps ease the problem of pet over-population.
  • Spaying eliminates the possibility of Pyometra, a life-threatening infection of the uterus. A uterus with Pyometra is full of pus and bacteria. The treatment for Pyometra is an emergency spay, which must be done quickly if the pet is to be saved. Symptoms of Pyometra include loss of appetite, vomiting, lethargy, and vaginal discharge.

Benefits of Neutering

  • Neutering reduces the risk of prostate cancer and eliminates the possibility of testicular cancer.
  • Males neutered at a young age are less likely to develop dominance or aggression-related behavior problems. If you wait, this behavior may not fully resolve after the procedure has been done (i.e., the behavior may become ‘learned’).
  • Neutering relieves your male pet of the constant urge to seek out and mate with a female in heat.
  • Neutered dogs are much less expensive to license than unneutered (intact; unfixed) dogs. In fact, neutering your dog will save you approximately $76 Each Year!
  • Neutering helps ease the problem of pet over-population.