PRICING

CAT NEUTER (Boy).....$40.00

CAT SPAY(Girl)..........$75.00

(Please bring cats in a secure carrier)

DOG NEUTER (Boy)

UNDER 25 lbs......$70.00

25-40.9 lbs..........$80.00

41-60.9 lbs..........$100.00

61-100.9 lbs........$120.00

OVER 101 lbs........$130.00                     

DOG SPAY (Girl)

UNDER 25 lbs.......$95.00

25-40.9 lbs..........$115.00

41-60.9 lbs..........$120.00

61-100.9 lbs........$140.00

OVER 101 lbs.........$160.00

Microchipping: $35.00 Registration included in the price and we do all the                                work for you. 

FeLV/FIV testing in cats:$30.00 (Test results with in 10 minutes.)

Hernia Repair: (Umbilical) $30.00-$50.00 Depending on the actual size of the                        Hernia. Price is in addition to the spay/neuter and MUST be                              done at the time of the spay/neuter. 

***All fees include an exam with a veterinarian, IV catheter/fluids, anesthetic monitoring and pain medication. ***Your pet will have surgery under General Anesthesia and will need to stay with us most of the day. ***

Additional fees apply for the following: pregnancy, dogs in heat, hernias, undescended testicles and obesity.

VACCINES ARE $12.00 EACH

Walk-in clinic 3-5 PM everyday

(except Wednesday)

A FULL SET of Vaccinations for DOGS will be $36.00. That includes the Da2PPV (5 in 1), Bordetella, and Rabies. 

A FULL SET for CATS will be $36.00. That includes the FVRCP (4 in 1), FeLV (Leukemia), and the Rabies. 

Please bring in any previous records with you to better assist us. 

DOGS:

DA2PPV - DISTEMPER, ADENOVIRUS I&II ,PARAINFLUENZA &                                                         PARVOVIRUS

BORDETELLA - "KENNEL COUGH"

RABIES - 1 YEAR AND 3 YEAR DURATION 

CANINE INFLUENZA- $20.00

CATS: 

FVRCP - FELINE DISTEMPER & UPPER RESPIRATORY COMPLEX
FELV - FELINE LEUKEMIA  VIRUS

RABIES - 1 YEAR AND 3 YEAR DURATION

The FIRST Rabies Vaccination is generally given on the 3rd visit at 4 months of age. It is required by Law that the Rabies Vaccination is given by that age.  

NEVADA RABIES LAWS (medical exemption) -- Nevada Administrative Code Chapter 571 Section 571.080http://www.leg.state.nv.us/NAC/NAC-571.html#NAC571Sec080


NAC 571.080 Dogs and cats. (NRS 571.120, 571.210) A person shall not ship, transport or otherwise move a dog or cat into Nevada unless:
2. A dog or cat that is 3 months of age or older is vaccinated against rabies pursuant to the Annual National Compendium of Animal Rabies Control which is hereby adopted by reference. The compendium is available without charge from the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians, Dr. Kathy Smith, Secretary, Ohio Department of Health, 246 North High Street, P.O. Box 118, Columbus, Ohio 43266-0118, telephone number (614) 466-0283.
[Dep’t of Agriculture Reg., 55, eff. 9-1-64; A 7-15-71; 10-1-71; 4-1-77]—(NAC A by St. Quarantine Officer, 7-8-92)
Nevada Department of Agriculture http://agri.state.nv.us/Animal2_Rabies.htm
In Nevada, dogs, cats and ferrets must be vaccinated against rabies 3 months of age and older. Dogs and cats must be vaccinated against rabies with a vaccine that is designated to provide protection from rabies for 3 years.