Spay & Neuter
Pet Wellness Exams
Spay & NEUTER
Pet spay and neuter services require an appointment. Please call 760-343-3477 or schedule with us online below to make an appointment. Spaying and neutering is a humane way to control animal overpopulation, significantly reduces the euthanasia of unwanted cats and dogs, and helps minimize public health problems. Studies show that non-altered animals are susceptible to more diseases, and consequently spayed and neutered cats and dogs lead longer lives.
Animal Samaritans clinic specializes in performing spay/neuter surgeries. Our clinic is staffed by a licensed veterinarian and highly qualified support personnel. Spaying or neutering a companion animal is a humane means to reduce the overpopulation of dogs and cats and the resulting euthanasia it causes. Having a cat or dog spayed or neutered contributes to the animal’s health and well-being. On average, Animal Samaritans spays and neuters up to 8,000 animals per year.
Dogs Spay/Neuter (0 – 50lbs.): $118.00 (includes pain injection)
Dogs Spay/Neuter (50 – 100lbs.): $128.00 (includes pain injection)
Dogs Spay/Neuter (over 100lbs.): $158.00 (includes pain injection)
Cats Spay/Neuter: $96.00 (includes pain injection)
*Brachycephalic Dog breeds (dogs with wide heads and short snouts) require additional attention during surgery, and we charge $153 to spay/neuter them. Brachycephalic Dogs include: bull dogs, French bull dogs, Boston terriers, pugs, Japanese chin, Pekingnese, Brussels griffon, shihtzu, and other.
**The following cat breeds require additional attention during surgery, and we charge $153 to spay/neuter them. These feline breeds include: Exotic Persians, Persians, Himalayans, Burmese and other.
Additional post-surgery pain relief injection is available upon request for under twenty dollars; we already give supplemental pain medication as part of the procedure: Post-surgery pain relief is recommended, but not mandatory.
There may be additional minor charges for the following: obese animals, females in heat or pregnant, males with undescended testicles, pyometra, hernia repair, deciduous teeth, and hard to handle animals.
Surgery Authorization and Consent Form
Post-Operative Care Information Sheet
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42150 B Jackson Street Ste 106
72307 Ramon Rd
Thousand Palms, CA