Services & Fees
All healthy cats and dogs over the age of 8 weeks and at least 3 pounds
and no more than 90 pounds are eligible for surgery.
All animals receive the following:
Brief veterinarian exam
Sedation and pain medicine
Spay or neuter surgery performed by licensed veterinarian
Tattoo on tummy
Tender loving care
Feral and Community Cats
Feral/Community Cats will have their ear tipped and a Rabies vaccination administered at no additional cost.
Important: In order for a cat to be considered a Feral or Community Cat, they must be brought into the clinic in live (humane) traps only. Community Cats in carriers will be charged the regular surgery price and any additional vaccine fees required.
Rabies Vaccination Required
Important: Proof of current Rabies vaccine is required for all pets over the age of 3 months. If you're pet is not currently vaccinated against Rabies, and is over the age of 3 months, a Rabies vaccine will be administered and an additional fee charged. If your pet is current on its rabies shot, the certificate must be provided at the time of drop off.
Prepayment for services will be required when scheduling.
PREPAYMENT FOR SERVICES WILL BE REQUIRED WHEN SCHEDULING
**Gift Certificates can be made out in any amount. Certificates may be purchased in person at our clinic or over the phone**
Vaccine & Test Fees
Feral/Community cats (in live traps only) will receive a Rabies vaccination and ear tip, included in the price. All animals receive pain medication.