Spay/Neuter Services for owned dogs and cats

 

CATS

Cat Spay $ to come
Cat Neuter $ to come
Feral cat Spay/Neuter Community cats, also known as feral cats, are unowned, unsocialized, and require trapping for spay/neuter and return to their home territories. Visit our Community Cats webpage for details on our Trap/Neuter/Return services. $ to come
Cat Wellness Package For the health of your pet, SNYP provides the following additional packaged services at the time of surgery. You can also elect to purchase these individual services a la carte. These services are only available with spay/neuter procedure.

Package includes: rabies and distemper (FVRCP combo) vaccinations and microchip

$ to come

DOGS

Dog Spay

Up to 50 lbs.

51 – 75 lbs.

76 lbs. and over

 

$ to come

$ to come

$ to come

Dog Neuter

Up to 50 lbs.

51 – 75 lbs.

76 lbs. and over

 

$ to come

$ to come

$ to come

Wellness Package

For the health of your pet, SNYP provides the following additional packaged services at the time of surgery. You can also elect to purchase these individual services a la carte. These services are only available with spay/neuter procedure.

Package includes: rabies and distemper (DHPP combo) vaccinations, nail trim and microchip

$ to come
All dog surgeries include an e collar Complimentary

 

All surgeries include:

Hospitalization for the day, pre-surgical exam, anesthesia, surgery, recovery, and post-operative pain medications.  Cats will receive a long-acting injection that controls pain for several days following surgery.  Dogs will be sent home with oral pain medication.

All patients will receive a small tattoo near their surgical incision site.  For more information see our FAQs page.

Over and above:

There may be additional charges if your pet is in heat, pregnant, has cryptorchid (undescended) testicles, or is significantly obese. Umbilical hernia repair can also be performed at the time of spay/neuter surgery for an additional charge.

Pet safety:

CATS: For the safety of your pet and clinic staff, all cats are required to be brought to the clinic in a carrier. Either borrow one from a friend or you can purchase a cardboard carrier from SNYP for $8.

DOGS: All dogs are required to be brought to the clinic on a leash. Should you require one, you can purchase one for $3.

Spay It Forward

Spay It Forward funds go toward helping limited-income families afford to spay/neuter their pets and to the SNYP Community Cat Fund. Please consider rounding up your bill or donating at the time of service to contribute to the SNYP Assistance and Community Cat spay/neuter funds.

DO YOU QUALIFY FOR SNYP FINANCIAL AID

SNYP offers financial assistance for need-based clients based on funding availability.

Please visit our Financial Aid page for more information.

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