Health Exam: $45
- Feline viral rhinotracheitis
- feline leukemia
- feline viral rhinotracheitis
Rabies 1yr: $12
For canines at least 3 months
Rabies 3yr: $30
Felines must be current on 1 year rabies
Comprehensive Fecal: $40
Fecal examinations are an important component of the routine exams for canines. It is important to perform these tests in a manner that maximizes detection of parasitic infections. We perform both a fecal float and a direct smear for comprehensive analysis. This will screen for the following: Giardia, coccidia, roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, tapeworms, etc.
Deworming (oral): $10-15
This consists of three doses of premeasured fenbendazole liquid dewormer. This is a very broad spectrum dewormer.
Tapeworm injection: $10
Tapeworms are associated with flea infestation. Unless you effectively treat for fleas at the same time as the tapeworm treatment, it is likely that the tapeworms will return.
Ear Mite treatment/diagnosis: $10
Ear mites live on blood. We give an injection of ivermectin to kill all mites on the body. Topicals often only kill the mites in the ears. It is important to treat all animals in contact with infected animal and to follow up with treatment 2 weeks later. Treating the environment is also beneficial if possible.
Profender (Topical Solution): $20
For Cats is an easy-to-apply, single-dose, offering broad-spectrum coverage. Profender® can safely be used on cats and kittens as young as 8 weeks of age and weighing at least 2.2 lbs. This will treat roundworms, tapeworms and hookworms for 30 days.
Easy to apply, single dose, Treats for fleas, ticks, round worm, hookworms and heartworm disease for 2 months.
Revolution Plus: $20/dose:
Easy to apply, single dose, Treats for fleas, ticks, roundworms, hookworms, and heartworm disease for 30 days.
Felines can contract parasites from eating directly off the ground, drinking out of puddles, grooming, and from other things.
It’s topical and lasts for one month. Cost per cat is $14, regardless of weight.
Capstar 24 hour flea control: $8-10
Seresto collar: $60
We have added Seresto collars for the protection of your cat against fleas AND ticks. These collars offer 8 months of protection. Normally, we do not recommend flea and tick collars, but the Seresto collars are made by Bayer and are very effective. They are the most cost effective form of flea control we offer.
If your cat still has fleas following the treatment, no matter what treatment, then it means you need to treat your house. Be sure to treat all pets in the house at the same time for maximum efficacy.
Adult fleas live on your cat and contaminate the animal’s environment with immature flea stages. Look for black specks on your pet to determine if your pet has fleas.
Feline Heartworm-FElV/FIV Antibody test: $35
This is a simple test based on Rapid Immuno Migration technology. Feline Heartworm Test antigen is detected using anti-heartworm antibodies.
Feline Felv/FIV test: $40
Preoperative labwork: $70
- Mini chemistry
- CBC for felines
Full Screening labwork cats: $175
- Full chemistry
- Felv/FIV test
Comprehensive Labwork for Sick Cats: $250
- Full Chemistry profile
- Extended chemistry profile
- FelV/FIV test
- Comprehensive fecal
Q. Do you provide dentals on patients that are having sterile surgery (spay, neuter, declaw, etc)?
Unfortunately, we do not offer this service.
Feline castration: $45
Feline spay: $75
Feline c-section: $500
Feline declaw: $130 (front only)
Q. What do I need to know about declawing?
We recommend that all declaws be done on young cats less than 10 lbs. We may refuse to do larger cats if we believe they will have difficulty with the surgery. Cats over 10lbs will be required to also purchase oral antibiotics for an additional amount up to $20. All cats can have a declaw at the same time as the spays and neuters.
Q. What is included in the spay & neuter surgery price?
Procedure, anesthesia, and pain medication, capstar flea treatment, nail trim on indoor cats. Pain medication for cats is a transdermal medication that is administered on the skin and absorbed into the system. This decreases the stress of medicating your cat following surgery. We also provide a starter bag of shredded paper to use as litter for the post surgical period. We recommend no clay litter or other dusty material that may stick to the surgical site for 2 weeks following surgery.
Q. Are e-collar’s required?
No, but they are recommended (ONLY required for declaws) and the cost varies between $7- $15, according to the size (E-Collar price not included).
Q. Do they stay overnight for observation?
No, unless it is an emergency situation.
Q. When is the earliest they can get fixed?
2 pounds minimum, 8 weeks.
*****ALL CATS AND KITTENS 12 WEEKS AN OLDER ARE REQUIRED TO BE VACCINATED FOR RABIES AT THE TIME OF SURGERY. YOU MUST BRING WRITTEN PROOF OF VACCINATION AT CHECK IN. PROOF CONSISTS OF A CERTIFICATE FROM A LICENSED VETERINARIAN. TAGS ARE NOT CONSIDERED PROOF. IF WRITTEN PROOF IS NOT PROVIDED AT CHECK IN, YOUR CAT WILL BE VACCINATED AT THE TIME OF SURGERY. WE CANNOT VACCINATE CATS ONCE THEY ARE AWAKE DUE TO SAFETY ISSUES–CATS RECOVERING FROM ANESTHESIA ARE VERY DISORIENTED AND CAN BE AGGRESSIVE. FOR THIS REASON YOU MUST BRING PROOF OF RABIES AT CHECK IN, NOT WHEN YOU PICK UP.*****
Pregancy surcharge: $15-50
Price determined by term of pregnancy and size of animal
Cryptorchid charge: $15-50
Depends on location of testicle and size of animal. Cryptorchid is when a testicular has not dropped
Obesity charge: $10-25
Depends on degree of obesity
Hydrometra charge: $15-30
Hydrometra is accumulation of fluid in the uterus. It frequently leads to Pyometra
Umbilical Hernia: $25-45
If done at the same time as spay or neuter. If done by itself, $100.