Using a successful model from a nationally known organization called Humane Alliance, (www.humanealliance.org) we transformed our former facility into a surgical center. Our goal is to alter up to as many as 35 dogs, cats, puppies or kittens per day.
The crisis of pet overpopulation in our community is staggering. Preventing unplanned and unwanted litters is a large part of the solution and by providing a low-cost, high-quality resource for the community, we can make a difference.
(Includes a 24-hour pain injection. Additional pain medication can be purchased for an additional charge: pricing is subject to change without notice)
Feral Cat/Kitten $35 must be in a trap to receive feral pricing and the animal will be ear-tipped.
Dog Spay/Neuter (0-49.9lbs) $85
Dog Spay/Neuter (50-69.9lbs) $105
Dog Spay/Neuter (70-89.9lbs) $125
Dog Spay/Neuter (90lbs & over) $125, plus $1 per lb over 89.9.
Additional Services & Charges
Palpable Cryptorchid & Hernia Repair evaluated and quoted at time of exam - prices start at $15
Complicated Surgery (obese or advanced pregnancy*) $20-$50
Baby Tooth Extraction $5 per tooth
Dewclaw Removal (non bone attachment) $15-$50
Microchip $21 (includes registration)
*Advanced pregnancy is defined as a dog/cat gestastional period of 3 weeks or more.
Rabies (required) $6
DA2PPV (dogs) $15
FVRCP (cats) $15
Bordetella (kennel cough) $12
Location & Hours
6165 Industrial Avenue (next to the Pet Adoption Center main building - enter at the first driveway with the clinic entrance banner)
Hours of Operation
Tuesday thru Friday
7:30am to 5:30pm
Do I need to make an appointment to have my pet spayed or neutered?
Yes! Surgery is performed Tuesday – Friday
You may make an appointment online or by phone by calling 951-977-8634.
California state law requires a current rabies vaccination for your dog. Please bring proof in the form of a rabies certificate. We are otherwise required to give your dog a rabies vaccination at the time of surgery for a charge of $6.
Surgical admission for dogs, cats & ferals: 7:30am
Is the Spay/Neuter Clinic a full service veterinary hospital?
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