Dog Spays and Neuters (12 weeks and older)
If your dog is "in heat", in a false pregnancy, obese, pregnant, has an infection of the uterus, or is a male dog with testicles that are still in the abdomen, the spay or neuter surgery takes more time, anesthesia, and materials. There will be an additional fee of $50.00 if any of these conditions exists and if no complications are encountered during the surgery as a result of the condition.
If we discover a problem during examination or surgery that requires an additional procedure and/or fee, we will make an attempt to contact you to see if you want us to take care of it during your pet's surgery time. This could include retained baby teeth or abscessed teeth that should be extracted, umbilical hernia, ear infection, tapeworm infection. If we cannot reach you or our time is too limited, we will advise you to address these problems with your regular veterinarian as soon as possible.
Cat Spays and Neuters (8 weeks and older)
Our exams, vaccinations, and other preventive health care are available to pets that are spayed or neutered. Our lower-cost spays and neuters are available to pets that are up-to-date on their vaccinations. If proof of vaccinations can not be shown at the time of surgery, you must agree to vaccination of your pet at our 25% discounted vaccination fee. Rabies and DA2PP (dogs) or DRC (cats) vaccinations can be given at the time of surgery for $15 each.
Vaccination Packages: If you pay for two vaccinations, the price will be $50.00, three vaccinations will be $65.00. If you have a dog under 30 pounds or a cat, we will recommend that you get one vaccine at a time with 3-4 weeks between vaccinations. There is no additional charge to split the vaccinations as long as you pay the package price at the time of the first vaccination and get the other vaccinations within 30 days of each other.