Spay & Neuter Clinic

There are many reasons to spay or neuter your pet. You are giving them a better chance at living a longer and healthier life. In female dogs and cats, spaying can help prevent certain types of cancer, such as ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, and especially mammary cancer (breast cancer). By spaying your female dog, you are eliminating her heat cycle, therefore you will not have to contend with unwanted restless male suitors, bloody discharge, and restlessness from your female dog.

In male dogs and cats, neutering can help prevent testicular cancer and unwanted behavior such as roaming, spraying, being territorial, aggression, and fighting, which can lead to the possible transfer of diseases.

Dogs

  • Dogs/Puppies must be 12 weeks or older at the time of their scheduled surgery.
  • Dogs/Puppies must be over 2 pounds in weight at the time of their scheduled surgery.
  • We strongly recommend that your dog/puppy be up-to-date on their vaccinations at the time of their scheduled surgery.
  • Spay/Neuter Form MUST be completed in BLUE or BLACK ink only.

Female Dogs/Puppies:

Under 30 pounds $70


31 – 60 pounds $110


61 – 80 pounds $150


81 pounds and over Call


Female dogs that are pregnant, in-heat, or overweight at the time of surgery are subject to additional fees of $40 – $100.

Male Dogs/Puppies:

Under 30 pounds $65


31 – 60 pounds $105


61 – 80 pounds $140


81 pounds and over Call


Male dogs that have one or more un-descended testicles at the time of surgery are subject to additional fees of $40 – $70. Includes an e-collar

Cats

  • Cats/Kittens must be 8 weeks or older at the time of their scheduled surgery.
  • Cats/Kittens must be over 2 pounds in weight at the time of their scheduled surgery.
  • Cats/Kittens must come in a carrier at drop-off on the date of their scheduled surgery. We will accept cardboard carriers, plastic carriers, and cloth carriers.
  • Feral Cat Surgery Policy: Ferals are done on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays on a first come, first serve basis.   Drop off time 7:30am, we are limited  to 5 ferals a day. Clients may bring in a maximum of 2 ferals per household per day.
  • *Ear tip is mandatory for all ferals.*

Cats/Kittens:

Females $45


There is no additional fee for a cat that is in heat or pregnant

Males $40


Male cats that have one or more un-descended testicles at the time of surgery are subject to additional fees of $40 – $70. Includes an e-collar.

We strongly recommend that your cat/kitten be up-to-date on their vaccinations at the time of their scheduled surgery.

Spay/Neuter Form MUST be completed in BLUE or BLACK ink only.

Ferals:

Male or Female $35


Rabies Vaccines $5


Flea Treatment $9


Feral cats that are brought to the clinic are required to have their ear tipped. There will be no additional fee for this service. If you decline to have this service preformed, you will have to schedule an appointment for the procedure another time and will be charged the regular spay or neuter fee.

Ferals must arrive in separate traps. Cats/Kittens must arrive in separate pet carriers and will leave in separate carriers. For your convenience we offer cardboard pet carriers at $5 per carrier.