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Canine Spay & Neuter

Spaying or neutering your pet can help them live a longer, healthier life, minimize behavior problems, and help control the population of unwanted dogs and cats. We believe this decision about your pet is between you and your doctor and should be considered carefully.

Puppy walking on the grass
Puppy walking on the grass

In order to provide the absolute best care for your pet throughout their surgery process, we will select 1 of our 3 levels of care that are based on the age of your pet.

Gold Care

Basic Surgery Fee:

  • Spay - $180

  • Neuter - $150

Preanesthetic Blood Work:

  • Spay - $81

  • Neuter - $81

IV Catheter:

  • Spay - $39

  • Neuter - $39

Post Op Pain Injection:

  • Spay - $32

  • Neuter - $32

Take Home Pain Medication:

  • Spay - $44

  • Neuter - $44

Total Fee for Dog Spay: $376

Total Fee for Dog Neuter: $346

Silver Care

Basic Surgery Fee:

  • Spay - $180

  • Neuter - $150

IV Catheter:

  • Spay - $39

  • Neuter - $39

Post Op Pain Injection:

  • Spay - $32

  • Neuter - $32

Total Fee for Dog Spay: $251

Total Fee for Dog Neuter: $221

Bronze Care

Basic Surgery Fee:

  • Spay - $180

  • Neuter - $150

Total Fee for Dog Spay: $180

Total Fee for Dog Neuter: $150

All dogs under 1 year of age may choose to select the Bronze Care Plan.

All dogs over 1 year of age are required to select the Silver Care Plan.

All dogs over 3 years of age are required to select the Gold Care Plan. 

All dogs over 5 years of age are required to select the Gold Care Plan plus inter-operative fluid therapy.

An extra cost will be added on to invoice if your dog is in heat/pregnant $65/$45

Requirements in order to have elective surgery:

Distemper Parvo Vaccine $48

Bordetella Vaccine $41

Rabies Vaccine $33

Wellness Exam $56