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Provided below is a list of our common wellness services. If you have any questions regarding costs, please give our staff a call and we would more than happy to help and answer your questions.
|Anal Sac Expression||$34.12|
FVRCP 3yr (cat) (Distemper/Parvo)
|Feline Leukemia 1yr||$30.00|
|DAPP 3yr (dog) (Distemper/Parvo)||$35.00|
|All surgeries require an exam prior to their surgery date to assess anesthetic risk. Prices listed below for neuters and spays include preoperative blood work, and intravenous catheter, general anesthesia, fluids and medication provided at the end of the procedure.|
|Neuter 25-50 lbs||$468.93|
|Neuter 50-100 lbs||$496.52|
|Neuter >100 lbs||$551.67|
|Spay 25-50 lbs||$496.52|
|Spay 50-100 lbs||$524.10|
|Spay >100 lbs||$579.27|
E-collars are sent home with every surgical appointment unless stated otherwise by a veterinarian. They fasten around your pet's neck to keep them from reaching the incision site.
These can range between $15 - $30 depending on the size of your pet.
|All dental cleanings require an exam prior to assess oral condition|
|Anesthetic||(Start at) *$680|
*This includes the deep cleaning under anesthesia as well as full mouth xrays. Extractions and any oral surgery needed would be additional.
Once your pet receives their exam, the doctor and staff will provide you with an estimate tailored to your pet specifically.
|These can range between $15 - $30 depending on the size of your pet.|