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Spay ($350-$950)

The age accepted for spaying a dog is approximately 6 months. It is also acceptable to spay a dog once she is an adult, although there is a slightly greater risk of postoperative complications in elderly dogs as well as in dogs that are overweight or have health issues. Therefore, in most instances it is advised to spay a dog when she is still a puppy.

  • Small dogs (under 20 lbs): $350
  • Small dogs (20-40 lbs): $375
  • Medium size dogs (between 40-60 lbs): $585
  • Big dogs (61-90 lbs): $785

What to expect during the spay?

      • Pre anesthetic exam (in-house blood work)
      • Our veterinary team will induce your dog into a safe state of general anesthesia
      • Vital signs including breathing, heart rate, blood pressure, state of anesthesia, oxygenation levels, CO2 level,and body temperature are monitored closely
      • The surgeon makes a small incision near the umbilicus on the abdomen area
      • The ovaries and uterus are removed
      • The surgeon closes the incision with surgical glue or sutures
      • Postoperative medications are given, and postoperative care continues until your dog is completely recovered from the anesthesia
      • We will keep your dog hospitalized until she completely recovers and is safe to send home with after care instructions

Important Fact:
Stop feeding your pet (dog/cat) food and water 12 hours before surgery. Food can complicate surgery and lead to fatal outcome.

Home Care Instructions

Our veterinary staff will also provide you with post-operative instructions to follow when your pet goes home. With your home care instructions you will receive medication to minimize to minimize post-op discomfort. The steps below you can follow at home in order to facilitate a safe and comfortable recovery:

Quiet Place 

Provide a quiet place for your dog to recover 

Avoid bathing

Avoid bathing your dog for at least ten days after surgery

Check Incision Daily

Check incision daily to confirm proper healing.

Call us

If your dog is lethargic, has decreased appetite, is vomiting and has diarreha.

Preventing Running and Jumping

Do not allow your dog to run and jump for seven to ten days following surgery

Pay attention to changes around the surgery area

If you find any redness, swelling, or discharge around the surgery area, or if incision is open please, call us