SURGERY

Spay/neuters are required for pets undergoing procedures to remove mammary, penile, scrotal, vaginal, or testicular tumors and dog fight lacerations. It is also required when correcting congenital deformities such as umbilical or inguinal hernias, entropion/ectropion, or prolapses of the vagina, rectum, or third eyelid. This will be discussed with you at your pre-surgical visit. A spay or neuter may be required for other surgical procedures.

Pets must be current on their rabies and DAPP/FVRCP vaccinations. These can be done before or at the time of surgery.

We do not perform aesthetic procedures, including tail docking, ear cropping, debarking, defanging, feline declaw amputations, and cosmetic canine dewclaw removal.

 

All surgery or dental patients age 6 years and older require pre-anesthesia bloodwork for an additional cost of $60.
 

We do not perform c-sections, knee surgery, cherry eye tucks, or cataract surgeries. We do not provide pre- or post-natal support care.
 

We require that you bring your pet in with you for a pre-surgical consultation with the veterinarian before we will schedule your pet's surgery. The cost for this is $35. In order to schedule that surgery, we will have you put a surgery deposit down which will be removed from your balance the day of surgery. The surgery deposit price depends on what your pet needs to have done.


As stated above, many surgeries require that the pet be spayed or neutered in addition to another surgery procedure being performed (for example, we will not perform an entropion surgery without a spay or neuter). West Michigan Street Veterinary Clinic declines to provide any medical services for any breeding animals under joint ownership or contract under any circumstances. By signing any medical or surgical release forms, you acknowledge that you are the sole owner of a pet being presented for medical services, and you acknowledge that West Michigan Street Veterinary Clinic is not liable for any breach of contract that may result between the client and any joint owner or individual with breeding agreements.

Spay/Neuter includes IV catheter, take home pain medication, and an e-collar (the lampshade type collar to prevent them from licking or biting at their incision). All other surgeries do require an IV catheter for $25.

Feline Spay/Neuter Prices

Rabies and FVRCP is required for all surgeries or dentals. This can be done either before surgery (recommended) or at the time of surgery.

Male Neuter, over 4 months

$80

Female Spay, over 4 months - 6 months old

$115

Female Spay, over 6 months old

$140

In- Heat add $30

Pregnant add $50

CBC/6 Panel Pre-Surgery Lab Screen

$60

Antibiotic and Pain Medication

starts at $15

 


Canine Spay and Neuter Prices
 

Male Neuter, over 4 months, under 40 pounds

$100

Male Neuter, over 4 months, 41 - 90 pounds

$125+

Male Neuter, over 4 months, 91+ pounds

$150+

Female Spay, over 4 months old, under 40 pounds

$150

Female Spay, over 4 months old, 41 - 60 pounds

$185+

Female Spay, over 4 months old, 61 - 80 pounds

$210+

CBC/6 Panel Pre-Surgery Lab Screen

$60

Antibiotic and Pain Medication

Starts at $15

E-collar, large

$15

E-collar, small and medium

$10