On Saturdays, we do vaccines and preventative prescriptions, but we do not do medicals. Our full service veterinary clinic services are offered at our clinic Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 6 PM.
Prices include pre-surgical exam, the surgery, anesthesia, monitoring, recovery
aftercare, pain medication, E-collar, and nail trim.
We require an e-collar for all spays and neuters.
We do NOT spay animals in heat.
Additional $20 if CAT is pregnant.
Additional $50 if DOG is pregnant.
$60 (0-30 lbs); price includes ecollar
$60 + Neuter cost
$100 + Neuter cost
|Cat Spay $75; includes e-collar
Dog Spay as listed by weight:
(0 – 25 lbs) $80 (26-30 lbs) $90
(31-40 lbs) $110 (41-50 lbs) $130
(51-60 lbs) $150 (61-70 lbs) $170
(71-80 lbs) $190 (81-90 lbs) $210
(91-100 lbs) $200
(101+ lbs) Needs an estimate (Starting at $250)
Spay and neuter surgeries require an e-collar.
with spay-Needs estimate ($900- $1200)
without spay-Needs estimate ($1200- $2000)
Breed and size dependent
De-clawing- **REQUIRES A DEPOSIT OF 1/2 SURGERY COST AT TIME OF SCHEDULING**
$200-(Front or Rear)- Requires 1-2 night stay, E-Collar and Special liter (Yesterdays News or shredded paper).
Ear Flushing with Sedation for dogs
$100- per ear (up to 75 lbs)
Tail Dock & Dewclaw Removal
$30 per puppy
Canines- $100 per pet
Felines- $100 per pet
All routine extractions are $10 per tooth (Max charge of $50)
All surgical extractions need an estimate. Also pre-dental blood work
may be required, if so this can be done at our clinic prior your
Non-Surgery Prices and Information
An exam fee of $30.00 per pet, with the exception of vaccinations, microchip and nail trims.
Includes registration (must have an Email address)
$35- per pet
DO NOT COME INSIDE THE CLINIC WITH your dog PRIOR to getting back your test results. If you suspect your dog has parvo due to the following symptoms: vomiting, diarrhea, and/or lethargy, please call ahead of time BEFORE arriving with your dog for information on where wait with your pet .
Must be current on vaccines and may be unable to preform due to time constraints
For dogs, heartworm prevention can be prescribed only upon at least one of these
- The dog is younger than 6 months
- Paperwork showing a heart-worm test within the last 30 days is negative and purchased preventative.