Pick-up time will be the day after surgery at 7:30 am.
All cats must be in separate carriers. Cardboard carriers may be purchased for $10.
No food or water the morning of surgery.
Paper proof of current Rabies is due at the time of drop-off. If your animal(s) is not current, we are required by state law to give them a Rabies vaccine for $10. We are unable to accept medical history or receipts as proof of Rabies vaccine, it MUST be a signed Rabies Certificate. We are otherwise required to administer one at the time of surgery for a charge of $10. This Rabies Certificate must be present at the time of check-in and cannot guarantee that there will be time to wait for you to obtain this document once your animal has checked in.
If an animal is not picked up at their scheduled pick up time, a $30 late fee will be charged. If they are not picked up by the end of the day we will have animal control pick the animal up and take them to the shelter.
A feral cat is a wild/stray/community cat that is not kept as an inside pet and roams outside. It must be brought in a metal humane trap and will be ear tipped.
If a domestic cat becomes fractious while at our clinic, we require that the cat be sent home in a humane trap which requires a $40 deposit. This deposit is refunded if the trap is returned to us within 2 weeks. For liability reasons we are unable to allow clients to transfer their cats from a trap to their carrier on our property.
Animals requiring additional sedation, nursing or any life saving measures will be charged an additional $10 Extended Supportive Care.
Any patient with fleas will be given a $5 24-hour treatment.
We recommend pain medication and e-collars for all of our surgical patients. There are additional charges for these listed above. Please select these options during check-in.
Animals 8 Years old or older require pre-anesthetic blood work prior to scheduling a surgical appointment. $60-$85 depending on the pet's age.