Price List for Surgical Patients Only.
Female Dog Spay $125 under 50lbs. $150 if 50 lbs or more
Male Dog Neuter $100 under 50lbs. $125 if 50 lbs or more
Female Cat Spay $85
Male Cat Neuter $60
Feral Cat Package $65
An e-collar is necessary for all surgical patients. We provide e-collars here included in the surgery price.
Research shows pets who receive pain-relief medications after surgery eat sooner and heal faster than those who do not. Included in the spay/neuter fee here at S/Nipped is a 24 hour post-operative pain injection, however S/Nipped does recommend all dogs receive additional post- operative pain medication for days 3 days post-surgery to help reduce the incident of discomfort following their procedure. Talk to the staff about adding this to your dogs spay/neuter for an additional $10.
All cats receive an injection that lasts 72 hours after for pain included in the price.
If Your Pet Is Pregnant There Will Be A Fee Of $10 For Fluids
Declined Patient Exam Fee $25
(This fee is assessed when a patient is denied surgery; it covers the cost of our time for the pre-operative exam and helps to recover some of our lost fees due to an unused surgical space).
Declined Patient Anesthesia fee $40
(This fee is assessed when a surgical candidate has been anesthetized and during surgical prep we find the animal is already spayed or neutered or has a condition that the veterinarian deems a denial for continuation with the surgical process.)
S/Nipped does offer a few additional low cost services to our surgical patients, those services include:
To Make an Appointment
You can make an appointment for your cat, dog, puppy or kitten spay or neuter by calling us at 541-808-2377. Appointments are required for all patients (we cannot accept walk-in patients). A $30 deposit is required at the time you make your appointment, which will be applied to your final balance. Your deposit will be returned to you if you cancel at least 2 business days prior to your appointment otherwise the deposit becomes nonrefundable. Deposits are nonrefundable for animals who are denied surgery during the exam process.
We do have restrictions at the clinic. Our belief is that spay/neuter is an elective procedure and may not be beneficial for all pets, therefore we will decline pets who are not good surgical candidates. Those pets 5 years and older are at a much higher risk during surgery so the S/Nipped team asks that you contact your local veterinarian for those geriatric surgical clients, exceptions may be made on a case by case basis with prior blood work only.