Due to COVID-19, our clinic will remain closed until at least April 10th. All spay/neuter surgeries, including feral/community cats, are canceled until April 10th. Please call us at 678-561-3491 if you have any questions. During this time, please ensure your unaltered animal stays inside and does not have access to other unaltered pets if possible. We hope to be able to serve the community again very soon. We hope you and your family stay safe. Remember, social distancing does not apply to your pets.
Planning for Surgery
Surgeries are scheduled Monday through Thursday. Dogs and owned cats require an appointment. Appointments are not required for feral cats unless bringing three or more.
Drop-off and pick-up times are different for dogs and cats:
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Pets must be be checked-in no later than thirty minutes past their designated drop-off time. Mornings are a busy period, so plan to be at our clinic for twenty to thirty minutes when checking-in. If you have not arrived within the thirty minute grace period allowed, then your pet’s surgery may need to be rescheduled.
When You Arrive
Leave dogs in the car until you have checked in. If your dog already has an Elizabethan collar, bring it with you the morning of surgery. If you do not have one, we will be happy to fit him/her with one for an additional $10.
You may bring owned cats inside when checking in. For their safety, all cats must be in carriers prior to entering the clinic. Each cat must leave in its own individual carrier after surgery. If you do not have multiple carriers, we can provide cardboard carriers upon check-out for an additional $5 per carrier.
Community cats (unsocialized or unowned) cats must arrive in a trap or hard sided carrier with a towel, blanket or sheet covering them before entering. If a cat is brought in anything other than a humane trap or hard sided carrier, a transfer fee will be applied. Additionally, we require that each cat leaves after surgery in a trap or hard sided carrier. If one is not provided, carriers can be borrowed for a $20 deposit per carrier. The deposit will be refunded once the carrier is returned.
Please, never cover the trap with a plastic bag or any material that could cause the cat to suffocate. Covering the trap helps to keep the cat calm. All feral cats will receive an eartip during surgery.
- One or two feral cats at a time do not require an appointment.
- Three or more feral cats must have an appointment. Please call 678-561-3491 to make an appointment.
Prices for surgery and other services offered with surgery are listed below. Pain medicine is included. A rabies vaccine will be given to your pet ($10) unless you verify their vaccination is up-to-date by providing a rabies certificate or an itemized receipt. We cannot accept a rabies tag as proof of vaccination. Prices are subject to change. If you need flea or heartworm medications, please see our Flea, Tick and Heartworm Preventatives page for the products available.
If you need vaccines only, but not surgery, please see our Vaccine Clinics page for pricing.
- Late fees are incurred for all animals picked up after 5pm. After 5:30pm overnight fees may apply.
- Additional charges may apply to pets that are in-heat, pregnant, cryptorchid, obese, or have an umbilical hernia.
Prices below are effective as of 1/1/2020.
SurgeryFemale Dog (2-40 lbs) Female Dog (41-80 lbs) Female Dog (81-100 lbs) Female Dog (101+ lbs) Male Dog (2-40 lbs) Male Dog (41-80 lbs) Male Dog (81-100 lbs) Male Dog (101+ lbs) Female Cat Male Cat Feral Cat
Price$80 $90 $100 $110 $70 $80 $90 $100 $60 $50 $35
(required if proof of vaccine is not provided) Canine Distemper/Parvo Vaccine Canine Bordetella Vaccine Canine Heartworm Test Feline Distemper Vaccine (FVRCP) Feline Leukemia Vaccine (FeLV) Feline FIV/FeLV Combo Test Dewormer Flea Treatment Nail Trim Microchip & Registration Pre-Anesthetic Blood Test