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Surgery Schedule: (Please call to schedule, surgeries scheduled Monday-Friday) Drop-off time for surgery is between 8AM-8:30AM. Pick up is the same day between 4:30PM-5PM.

All Spay/Neuter/Dental procedures must pay a non-refundable deposit when scheduling an appointment. 50% of total estimate must be paid as a deposit before scheduling major surgeries (e.g. mass removals, declaws, etc). The cost of the deposit will be applied to your final bill. Full balance MUST be paid at drop off or pick up.

Pets must be up-to-date on vaccines. Heartworm test is a MUST on any dog 6 months of age or older, Client may bring proof of Heartworm Test negative and prevention being taken.

For New Patients, a Pre-Surgical Exam/Office Visit must be done before scheduling an appointment for surgery. This is to make sure your pet is healthy, up-to-date with vaccinations, and is on heartworm prevention. Please show proof of vaccinations and heartworm prevention being taken, if any is needed we can provide vaccinations or heartworm test. You can also fax medical/vaccinations records to (281) 574-2587 or e-mail to

Surgery Requirements for Dogs on any Procedures.

  • Rabies Vaccination
  • DHPP Vaccination (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvo, and Parainfluenza)
  • Leptospirosis 4 Vaccination
  • Bordetella Vaccination
  • Must be on Heartworm Preventative or a Heartworm Test will be required.

Surgery Requirements for Cats on any Procedures.

  • Rabies Vaccination
  • FVRCPC Vaccination (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia, Chlamydia Psittaci)
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccination

The cost of the procedure will include Surgical Procedure, Pre-Surgical Blood Testing & Pain Medication:To relief pain for 3-4 days, And E-Collar: The E-Collar is a cone shaped that goes around the neck area,recommended to keep on for 10-14 days, this will help the pet by not licking the incision site that will cause an infection and/or opening up the incision. Spay/Neuter prices are determined by the size of the pet. Please give our office a call for a surgical quote.

Dog Spay*

  • 0-25 Lbs.
  • 26-40 Lbs.
  • 41-65 Lbs.
  • 66-100 Lbs.
  • 100.1 Lbs. and up
  • In-Heat Fee (Applied only if pet is in heat at time of surgery)
  • Pregnant Fee (Applied only if pet is pregnant at time of surgery)

*IF the dog is in heat, we recommend you to wait 4 weeks before scheduling the surgery otherwise there will be an additional fee.

Cat Spay*

  • Cat Spay
  • In-Heat Fee (Applied only if pet is in heat at time of surgery)
  • Pregnant Fee (Applied only if pet is pregnant at time of surgery)

*If the cat is in heat, there will be an additional fee. No waiting needed.

Dog Neuter*

  • 0-40 Lbs.
  • 41-65 Lbs.
  • 66-100 Lbs.
  • 100.0 Lbs. and up
  • Cryptorchid Fee (Applied at time of surgery only if cryptorchidism is apparent)

*Neuter Cryptorchid fee additional depending on retained testicle(s).

Cat Neuter*

  • Cat Neuter
  • Cryptorchid Fee (Applied at time of surgery only if cryptorchidism is apparent)

*Neuter cryptorchid fee additional depending on location of retained testicle(s).

Why is important to neuter a cryptorchid pet?

*Cryptorchidism is when one or both testicles fail to descend into the scrotum. This condition is a fairly common problem; seen in dogs, cats and other animals . This is a well-documented genetic trait — animals with this condition should not be bred. Opinions will vary, but if your dog or cat is still cryptorchid (one or both testicles) by 6 months of age, it is highly unlikely that the testicle(s) will ever drop, and the animal should be neutered to prevent testicular tumor formation and passing on this genetic trait to future generations. If the testicle is not readily palpable in the inguinal canal (groin area), abdominal exploration is necessary to find the retained testicle.

The following services are additional/optional services and are NOT included in the price above:

I.V Fluids additional fee: Highly recommended for all ages, IV catherer is placed in vein of pet before sedation and fluids are giving while under sedation. Providing an IV is helpful in case of emergencies and to keep pet hydrated.

Microchiping additional fee: Useful if pet gets lost. This can be done at anytime, but the needle is big and painful. It is preferable to do it while sedated.

For other services, please contact us for a full price quote.


  1. Please call to schedule your pet’s surgery day – all pets must have an exam done, be up date on vaccines and have a Heartworm Test done (dogs over 6 months old) before surgery. Please bring records if you have them. Heartworm test is a must.
  2. All pets with live fleas will be treated for fleas with a monthly flea preventive, available for an additional fee depending on pet’s weight.
  3. Please DO NOT FEED your pet any more food after 9:30PM the night before the scheduled surgery day. You may provide a small amount of water overnight, but no more water after 7AM in the morning. Pets MUST be in an empty stomach before surgery for their own safety (vomiting: If pet is not able to swallow due to anesthesia, food can get in the lungs).
  4. Drop off time is between 8AM-8:30AM. Pet will go home same day. Pick up time is between 4:30PM-5PM. Please restrict exercise at home after surgery.
  5. Rabbits must have brought in with food and water as we do not with hold them from feeding all day long.

Prices are subject to change.