Puppy or Kitten Spay/Neuter Add-On Package

This is an add-on to the Puppy or Kitten Package only. 

It can not be purchased separately or in conjunction with any other package.  

Spay/Neuter Services Included

Pre-Anesthetic Lab Testing

  • Complete Blood Count (CBC)

  • Chemistry Panel

  • SDMA Kidney Test

  • Urinalysis

Day hospitalization at Small Animal Emergency Services


  • Sedative to reduce dose of more risky gas anesthesia

  • Opioid to prevent pain before it starts

IV catheter and IV fluids

  • IV fluid administration for blood pressure support

  • Emergency IV access if needed

  • Allows for induction with less risky IV medications

IV induction

  • We don't use masking down with gas because it is extremely stressful to the patient and it requires massive doses of gas anesthesia, which has the highest rate of negative side effects of all the drugs we use.  

  • We use propofol or alflaxalone depending on your pet's specific health risks


  • Provide a direct route to the lungs for delivery of oxygen and gas anesthesia

Anesthesia Monitoring

  • See more about anesthesia monitoring here

  • Your pet is kept comfortable and safe by experienced Registered Veterinary Technicians 

Surgical Clip and Prep

Local Nerve Blocks to prevent pain at the location of surgery, using medications similar to Novicaine

Surgeon's Fee

Learn more about our Dog or Cat Spay (ovariectomy) surgery, or our Dog or Cat Neuter surgery

Materials Fee includes sutures, blades, sharps and hazardous waste disposal

Post-op Pain Injection- A 24 hour dose of a pain medication is administered so you don't have to worry if your pet is too tired to eat right away to get oral pain medications

Pain medication to go home- your vet chose the safest and most effective medication for your pet's post-op comfort.  Sedatives may also be prescribed depending on your pet's personality.  

PLUS These added benefits:

  • No worries about disgusting or obnoxious heat cycles in female dogs and cats.

  • Eliminate the risk of an unwanted litter of puppies or kittens and all the time and costs associated with raising them until they can be adopted out.

  • Eliminates the risk of ovarian cancer in female dogs and cats.

  • Eliminates the risk of testicular cancer in male dogs and cats.

  • Dramatically reduces risk of breast cancer in female dogs and cats if spay is performed before the first heat cycle.

  • Reduced urine marking in male dogs and cats.

  • Reduced urge to roam in male dogs and cats where they can get hit by car, shot, etc.

  • Your pet care team will discuss the best time to spay or neuter your pet- timing is everything!

Total Value                            $3000+

Package Price                      $360

Monthly Additional Charge $30