Spay & Neuter

Spay & Neuter Prices 

*All animals must be current on their rabies vaccine or have one administered at the time of alter*

 

*Animals must be over three months of age to receive a rabies vaccine*

 

*An annual exam and appointment is required for any service except a rabies vaccine with the purchase of a dog license. We will administer a rabies vaccination on a walk-in basis for dog licensing ONLY. All cats will require an appointment*

 

*Everyone qualifies for our spay & neuter services regardless of income. Clients seeking any other services must have Medi-Cal, Medicare, or a Veterans card* 

To make an appointment to spay or neuter your pet, click here

PRICING FOR CATS

Spay

$71

Includes spay surgery and pain medication

Neuter with Abd Crypt (Unilateral)

$91

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter with Ing Crypt (Unilateral)

$61

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter

$51

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter with Abd Crypt (Bilateral)

$106

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter with Ing Crypt (Bilateral)

$81

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

ADDITIONAL SPAY PRICES

In Heat, Lactating or Obese

$15

Pregnant or Hydrometra

$30

PRICING FOR DOG SPAYS

Spay less than 25lbs

$101

Includes spay surgery and pain medication

Spay 25-50lbs

$121

Includes spay surgery and pain medication

Spay 50-80lbs

$141

Includes spay surgery and pain medication

Spay 80-100lbs

$151

Includes spay surgery and pain medication

Spay more than 100lbs

$171

Includes spay surgery and pain medication

ADDITIONAL SPAY PRICES

 

In Heat or Lactating

$20

Obese

$30

Pregnant or Hydrometra

$40

PRICING FOR DOG NEUTERS

Neuter less than 25lbs

$81

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter 25-50lbs

$91

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter 50-80lbs

$101

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter more than 80lbs

$111

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter less than 40lbs with Abd Crypt (Unilateral)

$141

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter more than 40lbs with Abd Crypt (Unilateral)

$181

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter less than 40lbs with Ing Crypt (Unilateral)

$111

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter more than 40lbs with Ing Crypt (Unilateral)

$161

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter less than 40lbs with Abd Crypt (Bilateral)

$171

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter more than 40lbs with Abd Crypt (Bilateral)

$211

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter less than 40lbs with Ing Crypt (Bilateral)

$141

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

Neuter more than 80lbs with Ing Crypt (Bilateral)

$171

Includes neuter surgery and pain medication

ADDITIONAL SERVICES AVAILABLE DURING SPAY OR NEUTER SURGERIES

FELV/FIV/HW Test

$36.05

Heartworm Test

$25.75

Microchip

$22

Pre-Op Blood Work

$51.50

Cath & IV Fluids

$41.20

Ear Mite Treatment

$30.90

Dewclaw Removal Disart (Each)

$20.60

Dewclaw Removal Art (Each)

$30.90

Umbilical Hernia Repair 

$46.35

DA2PP Vaccine

$20

DA2LPP Vaccine

$30

Bordetella Vaccine

$20

Leptospirosis Vaccine

$15

Rattlesnake Vaccine

$30

Rabies Vaccine

$15

K9 Influenza H3N2, H3N8

$35

FVRCP Vaccine

$20

 FELV Vaccine

$25

WHY SPAY & NEUTER?

Spay/neuter surgery helps reduce the number of stray and unwanted animals. Through spay/neuter, Haven Humane has played a major role in decreasing the number of cats and dogs in our community. You can help us reach our goal of ending animal abandonment in the North State by spaying/neutering your pet. Even without its contribution to controlling animal overpopulation, there are compelling reasons to embrace spay/neuter:

  • Improve Health: Spaying at an early age decreases the incidence of mammary cancer as well as prevents diseases of the ovaries and infections of the uterus, which are a major cause of illness in unspayed pets. Neutered dogs have fewer prostate problems and no testicular cancer. 

  • Decrease Euthanasia: It is estimated that four million cats and dogs, about one every eight seconds, are euthanized each year in the U.S. Often these animals are purebred and the offspring of cherished family pets. In California in 2018, 111,000 shelter animals were euthanized. 

  • Prevent Unwanted Behaviors: Spay/neuter surgeries can help prevent aggressive behavior towards other animals, roaming in search of mates, urine marking in dogs and spraying in cats. 

SPAY & NEUTER PROCEDURE 

Every spay/neuter procedure begins with an examination of your pet by a surgeon, during which you can ask any questions you may have. Once surgery and recovery is complete, follow up care is available five days a week. Our spay/neuter services include:

Safe anesthesia designed to minimize stress in the patient and ensure a smooth recovery.

 

Pain management to pre-operatively block pain and to reduce inflammatory pain post-operatively. As well as four days of oral post-operative pain control. 

Attention and recovery by skilled veterinary technicians who continuously monitor your pet before, during, and after surgery with state-of-the-art equipment. Patients recover on cushioned beds with heated pads and blankets to keep their body temperature normal. 

For an additional fee we offer microchipping, umbilical hernia repair, dewclaw removal, vaccinations, heartworm testing, FelV/FIV testing, flea and heartworm preventative, IV fluids, pre-op blood testing, ear mite treatment, and ear and eye examinations. 

If you do not have proof of a rabies vaccination at the time of check in, one will be required at the time of surgery for $15. 

 

HOW TO PREPARE FOR SURGERY

Our surgical staff is committed to providing your pet with the best care while here for his/her surgical/anesthetic procedure. To help keep this experience positive for your pet, our surgical staff asks that you:

Not feed your pet after 10:00 p.m. the night before surgery. Water is okay. 

Bring your pet in between 7:15-8:00 a.m. the day of the surgery. 

Allow one hour for check-in the day of surgery. If you would like to expedite your check-in time, download and fill-out the surgery form  here.

​Prior to spay/neuter surgery, we recommend the following vaccinations:

 

Cats​

A minimum of two FVRCP vaccinations, the last at four months of age or over, for their first series, then one vaccine annually.

Rabies as required by city and county regulations. 

Dogs

A minimum of two DA2PP and Bordetella vaccinations, the last at four months of age or older, for their first series, then one vaccine annually. ​

Rabies as required by city and county regulations. 

​If the recommended vaccinations have not been administered, you put your pet at an increased risk of contracting or spreading preventable diseases, for which you assume all liability. Please bring vaccine records with you at the time of your appointment. To make it convenient for you, we offer a weekly low cost vaccine clinic to help you ensure your pet is up to date and ready for surgery.

Consult with your veterinarian if you have questions about the risks and benefits of vaccination. ​​​​​

POST SURGICAL CARE

Your animal has been hospitalized or had surgery ​and requires special care and supervision upon returning home. If any of the following symptoms occur, please contact our hospital for a re-check exam at 530-241-1658. Post-surgical re-check exams will be at no extra charge within ten days, but you will be responsible for the cost of any medications or procedures necessary. 

    • Loss of appetite for more than two days​

    • Refusal to drink water for more than one day

    • Vomiting, Diarrhea

    • Temperatures above 102.5° or below 99.5°

    • Excessive pain or discomfort 

    • Depression, Weakness

Check the incision two times daily for swelling, draining, or missing sutures. Do not allow the incision to get wet or soiled. Return for an e-collar if licking occurs at the incision site. 

Restrict activity for 7-10 days to inside the house or other clean, dry confined areas. Use shredded paper litter for cats for seven days following the surgery.

If you have an after hours medical emergency, call VCA Asher at 530-224-2200 or our Animal Control line at 245-1184. 

Feed your cat a regular diet

If prescribed medication, give as directed on the bottle

Unless noted otherwise, a suture removal is not required as we use disolveable sutures. 

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