For more information on what each routine surgery entails, click on the highlighted word, or go to the Preventative Health page.  For all cats presented for routine surgeries that we have never seen before, there will also be an additional pre-surgical exam fee.

Neuter: <6 months old

     Gas Anesthesia

 

Because this is such a quick procedure, we do not offer this in injectable anesthesia, since there is no reason to anesthetize your cat for an hour for a 5-10 minute procedure.

Neuter: >6 months old

     Gas Anesthesia

 

Same as above.  All gas neuters go home the same day.

Cryptorchid Neuter

 

This charge will be applied in addition to the cost of a basic neuter if your cat's testicles have not yet descended into the scrotum.  The charge will vary depending on where the testicles are located.

Spay: <6 months old

     Injectable Anesthesia

 

This charge includes injectable anesthesia, all pre and post medications including pain medications, overnight stay, and pain medications to go home.

Spay: >6 months old

     Injectable Anesthesia

 

Same as above.  If we do not feel that your cat is under 6 months of age, unless you have paperwork to prove date of birth, you will be charged for older than 6 months.  If your cat is over 5 years of age, injectable anesthesia will not be an option for your cat.

Spay: <6 months old

     Gas Anesthesia

 

This charge includes gas anesthesia, all pre and post medications including pain medications, overnight stay, and pain medications to go home. 

Spay: >6 months old

     Gas Anesthesia

 

Same as above.

Front Declaw: <6 months

     Injectable Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser

 

This charge includes injectable anesthesia, all pre and post medications including pain medications, overnight stay, and pain medications to go home. 

Front Declaw: >6 months

     Injectable Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser

 

Same as above.  If your cat is over 5 years of age injectable anesthesia will not be an option.

Front Declaw: <6 months

     Gas Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser

 

This charge includes gas anesthesia, all pre and post medications including pain medications, overnight stay, and pain medications to go home.

Front Declaw: >6 months

     Gas Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser

 

Same as above.

Neuter/Declaw: <6 months

     Injectable Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser

 

This charge includes injectable anesthesia, all pre and post medications including pain medications, overnight stay, and pain medications to go home.

Neuter/Declaw: >6 months

     Injectable Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser


Same as above.  If your cat is over 5 years of age injectable anesthesia will not be an option.

Neuter/Declaw: <6 months

     Gas Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser

 

This charge includes gas anesthesia, all pre and post medications including pain medications, overnight stay, and pain medications to go home.

Neuter/Declaw: >6 months

     Gas Anesthesia

 

Same as above.

Spay/Declaw: <6 months

     Injectable Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser


This charge includes injectable anesthesia, all pre and post medications including pain medications, overnight stay, and pain medications to go home.

Spay/Declaw: >6 months

     Injectable Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser

 

Same as above.  If your cat is over 5 years of age injectable anesthesia will not be an option.

Spay/Declaw: <6 months

     Gas Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser

 

This charge includes gas anesthesia, all pre and post medications including pain medications, overnight stay, and pain medications to go home.

Spay/Declaw: >6 mo.

     Gas Anesthesia

     CO2 Laser

 

Same as above.

Dental Prophylaxis

     No Extractions

 

This is a full ultrasonic dental scaling and polishing under anesthesia.  This may be performed either by a veterinarian or a licensed veterinary technician.  This price includes gas anesthesia, and pre and post medication.  This does not include IV fluids or pre-op blood work if required.  All cats go home the same day.

Dental Prophylaxis

     With Extractions


This includes a full ultrasonic dental scaling and polishing of healthy teeth under anesthesia.  This also includes extractions of diseased teeth, gas anesthesia, pre and post medications including pain medications, IV fluids during surgery, overnight stay, and pain medications to go home.  This may include advanced monitoring during the surgery.  This is only performed by a veterinarian.  The base cost is about $200 for the cleaning and initial anesthesia, $40-$150 for the IV fluids and additional monitoring, and about $75-$150 per tooth extracted, based on difficulty and time of extraction.