Spay / NeuterThe base prices quoted below for spaying or neutering are for healthy dogs and cats. There is an additional charge for animals that are in heat, pregnant, obese, or who have other medical conditions. Prices include pre-operative examination and sedative, anesthesia, anesthesia monitoring, sterile surgery, nail trim, post-operative hospitalization, pain medication, and suture removal for spays. We also recommend pre-anesthesia blood work for healthy pets to check liver and kidney function, and to check for infection, anemia, and clotting disorders. These tests are strongly recommended for sick animals, and are required for all pets who are older than 10 years of age. We require all animals that come in to be spayed or neutered to have current vaccinations for rabies and distemper, as well as kennel cough for dogs. If your pet is not up to date on his/her vaccinations, they will be given at the time of surgery. If your pet has had vaccinations at another veterinary hospital, please bring those records with you, so that we will not have to repeat them. Pets must also be free of fleas in order to stay with us. If your pet is found to have fleas, we will treat it for a minimal fee.

The age to be spayed or neutered can be as early as 3-4 months.

Blood work: $50.00 and up

Dog Neuter:

  • Under 25lbs: $102
  • 26lbs – 50lbs: $109
  • 51lbs – 75lbs: $116
  • 76lbs – 100lbs: $123
  • Over 100lbs: $131

Dog Spay:

  • Under 25lbs: $134
  • 26lbs – 50lbs: $140
  • 51lbs – 75lbs: $146
  • 76lbs – 100lbs: $152
  • Over 100lbs: $158

Cat Spay:

  • Under 1 year: $110
  • Over 1 year: $114

Cat Spay & Declaw:

  • Under 1 year: $158
  • Over 1 year: $171

We also recommend the following procedures be done at the time of spaying or neutering, if desired:

  • Heartworm testing $26.00
  • Feline Leukemia/FIV testing $36.00
  • Home Again Microchip $40.00
  • Fluoride dental treatment $7.00