Spay and Neuter
of Orange County


 Dog Spays (Females) Cat Spays (Females)
Up to 19 lbs $170

20-49 lbs $225
50-69 lbs $250
70-85 lbs $325
86+lbs* $400
* $4 per pound over 86 lbs

 Dog Spay Uterine Enlargement Fee*
(additional fee)
Cat Spay Uterine Enlargement Fee
(additional fee)
*If your dog is in heat: It is to the Doctor's discretion if the procedure can be done.

 Dog Neuters (Males) Cat Neuters (Males) $75
Up to 19 lbs $135
20-49 lbs $165
50-99 lbs $210
100+pounds* $235
* $3 per pound over 100lbs

No dog spays over 150lbs. 
If your dog is between 100-150lbs, the procedure must be approved by doctor.

**Patients 4 years and older require an Exam ($52) and Blood work ($85-$125)**  

Additional Procedures

 (prices valid only when performed at the time of the Spay/Neuter Procedure)

Dog Umbilical Hernia                     $150                                Cat Umbilical Hernia                       $125

Dog Dewclaw Removal                  $110 (non-attached only)          

Cat Declaw Procedure* (4 months and younger/ Front only)         $370 (Includes overnight hospitalization. Antibiotics,pain control, NSAIDs NOT INCLUDED) 

Additional Medical Services

(Prices valid only when performed at the time of the Spay/Neuter Procedure)


Pre-Anesthetic Blood Testing:

Mini Health Screen                                   $85 Heartworm Test* $40
        Fecal Testing for Parasites*                           $45 

Basic General Health Screen                   $100 Cat Carriers                                        $15 

Comprehensive Health Profile                        $125 FeLV/FIV testing (Cats)*  $50

E-Collars         $12 Nail Trim  $12

Capstar Flea Treatment         $8 Microchip (includes placement & enrollment fee)  $63

Anal Gland Expression*
        $25 Deciduous Tooth Extraction   $40


 Dogs  Cats

 DHP $12.50 FVRCP $20

Parvo $12.50 FELV $24
Bordatella $17 Rabies $14

 Rabies $14

De-Worming* (Tapeworms)                    

0-24lbs $42    

        25-49lbs $50          

        50+lbs         $55

 *requires a medical consultation: $52

Surgical Prices for Spay and Neuter Procedures Include the following:

§ Pre-Surgical Physical Exam

§ IV Catheter and IV fluid administration during surgery for blood pressure and circulatory support

§ Pain control medication before, during and after

§ The surgery, performed by fully licensed and experienced Veterinarians

§ Individual sterilized surgical pack and suture material

§ Anesthetic monitoring- ECG, pulse-oximetry, respiratory monitor

§Thermal monitoring and support

§ Individual anesthetic recovery monitoring and observation

§ Pain medications to go home 

§ Certificate of sterilization

§ Rechecks pertaining to the procedure, if required

§ A great feeling knowing you are providing wonderful care for your pet and doing your part to prevent 

   pet over-population

 Surgical Fees do not include the following:

· Pre-Anesthetic Blood tests (we do highly recommend these blood tests which are effective in determining the overall health of your pet.  They help with the early detection of liver and kidney problems, anemia, and internal health problems which may, in turn, modify our anesthetic protocols and help to decrease the risks associated with anesthesia.)

· Fees for special procedures (dew-claw removals, umbilical hernias, etc)

· Fees for uterine enlargement, pregnant, or significantly overweight as these conditions increase surgical time, anesthesia and  materials required

· E-collars

·  Vaccines, de-worming, microchips, and other additional services available


 Why is Pre-Anesthetic Blood Testing Important?

Our greatest concern is for the health and safety of our patients.  In addition to the full physical exam, the blood tests are another key diagnostic tool we can use to help identify underlying medical conditions including, but not limited to, liver and kidney problems, blood disorders, existing infections/inflammation, diabetes, and other endocrine disorders.   Not only are these test very important in our older pets, whose body functions can diminish with age, but also, they can be very useful to help identify early genetic or congenital problems of the kidneys, liver or other organs in young kittens and puppies.  These are often undetectable until a time when their systems are challenged by a stressor, such as an anesthetic procedure.  Having knowledge of these situations prior to anesthesia may alter our protocols or even raise enough concern to cancel the anesthesia/procedure, as this higher risk may warrant further evaluation before proceeding.  In addition, all blood values are very important in evaluating the overall health of the internal organs responsible for processing and eliminating the anesthetics and medications given for these procedures.   In other words, these blood tests truly give invaluable information as to the internal health of our pets.

Our Mini Health Screen ($85) consists of the 6 blood chemistry values and a Packed Cell Volume (PCV):

            Blood Chemistries:

BUN and Creatinine are measured as an indication of kidney function

Alt and Alk Phos are measured to evaluate the health of the liver

Blood Glucose indicates overall health as well as an indicator for diabetes and hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)


Total Protein evaluates for existing inflammation, overall general health, hydration levels

 Packed Cell Volume evaluates anemia, overall general health, hydration levels


This profile is provided for those wishing to do the very minimal blood testing available to help minimize the risks associated with anesthesia


Our Basic General Health Screen ($100) consists of a Mini Health Screen with the addition of a Complete Blood Cell count (CBC) and  Electrolyte panel:

            Blood Chemistries: (as above)


Plus:      Complete Blood Cell count (CBC) evaluates levels of Red (anemia, hydration) and White blood cells (may indicate 

              existing inflammation and/or infection, globulins, evaluates immune system) and a platelet count (clotting function).

Plus:      Electrolytes (K+, Na+, Cl-) give further evaluation of endocrine and metabolic processes.


This is the profile that we recommend for all of our surgical patients.  It gives a basic overview of many of the processes and organs used specifically to process and eliminate the medications and anesthetics used for our procedures. 

Our Comprehensive Health Profile ($125) consists of the Basic General Health Screen  

   Blood Chemistries, the CBC, and Electrolytes (as above)

    Plus: an additional 6 chemistry values

           This profile is offered to add an expanded health profile for our patients.  This panel is recommended for older pets (greater than    5), for pets that have had illnesses in the recent past or for those having ongoing medical issues.  It is always for any of our    clients wishing for a more comprehensive blood evaluation for their pets, as this information is invaluable and can be used as a    baseline normal for your healthy pet’s permanent health records.

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