Spay/Neuter Procedure and Prices

According to the Humane Society, every day in the United States thousands upon thousands of puppies and kittens are born because of the uncontrolled breeding of pets. Add to that number the offspring of stray and abandoned companion animals, and the total becomes even more staggering. Every year, between six and eight million dogs and cats enter U.S. shelters; some three to four million of these animals are euthanized because there are not enough homes for them.

We believe in spaying and neutering as a way to prevent pet overpopulation. Because of our commitment to helping prevent unwanted litters we have made our spays and neuters affordable while still maintaining our highest level of care. All of our spays and neuters include:

  • Pre-anesthetic physical exam
  • Premedication
  • IV catheter and fluids*
  • Bair Hugger patient warmer
  • Multiparameter monitor
    (including blood pressure, heart rate, blood oxygen level and temperature)
  • Propofol induction and Sevoflurane anesthesia
  • Spay/neuter surgical procedure
  • Local anesthetic block at incision
  • Dissolvable internal sutures
  • Pain medication injection
  • Pain medication to go home
  • E-collar

* We do run IV fluids for our cat neuters as it is a short procedure. An IV catheter is placed.

Spay/Neuter Prices (includes all items listed above)

  • Cat Neuter ($125)
  • Cat Spay ($250)
  • Dog Neuter ($250)
  • Dog Neuter (over 100 pounds) ($350)
  • Dog Spay (under 40 pounds) ($350)
  • Dog Spay (over 40 pounds) ($400)
  • Dog Spay (over 100 pounds) ($450)

We do require that all patients undergoing anesthesia have current blood testing (within 3 months) and a physical exam (within 3 months) , which is not included in the spay/neuter price.

  • Comprehensive physical exam and consultation ($59)
  • Pre-anesthetic blood testing ($134-$350)