To schedule your pet, please call (864) 223-2498. Calls will be returned Monday through Friday during regular business hours.

Spay/Neuter Surgery Prices

Dogs/Puppies

  • Females – $80
  • Males – $60
  • (Dogs over 75 lbs., additional $10)

Cats/Kittens

  • Females – $45
  • Males – $35
  • Feral and Community Cats – $45 (includes Rabies Vaccination and Ear Tip)

* In-heat, pregnant, or cryptorchid (retained testicle) procedures will be charged an additional fee

Services Available for Spay/Neuter Clients Only

Vaccinations- available the day of surgery only

Proof of rabies vaccination (certificate from licensed veterinarian) will be required for pets 12 weeks and older. If proof is not available, a rabies vaccination will be given at the time of surgery for $9.00.

  • Rabies – $9
  • Canine DA2PPV – $12
  • Feline FVRCP – $12
  • Feline Leukemia – $12

Other Services- available the day of surgery only

  • Canine Heartworm Test – $18
  • Feline Combo Test – $25
  • Microchip implant and Registration – $15
  • Extra Care Package – $8 (Ears cleaned and nail trim)

Instructions for those who have an appointment scheduled:

  • Contain your pet the night before surgery, no food after midnight, water is allowed.
  • Bring your pet to the HSOG Spay/Neuter Clinic at 7:30 a.m. the morning of your appointment. Cats are to be in hard plastic carriers and dogs on leashes.
  • Your payment is due in full the morning of surgery. CASH and CARD ONLY (checks will not be accepted).
  • Bring proof of current vaccinations, if pet is not getting them at the time of surgery.
  • Your pets pick up time at the HSOG Spay/Neuter Clinic will be given to you in the morning when you check your pet in. Normal pick up is between 4:30 pm and 5:00pm . We recommend arriving no earlier than 4:30p.
  • After care instructions will be provided at the time of pick-up if you do not receive them in the morning.

Basic After Care Instructions

  • Indoors for 7-10 days – cats indoors, dogs leash-walked.
  • Restrict their activity as much as possible.
  • Check incision when you get home – today is normal.
  • Look at incision a couple times a day over the next 7-10 days – for signs of infection (redness, swelling, drainage).
  • See anything suspicious, please call us right away. 864-223-2498
  • Incisions are held together with sutures that dissolve on their own over the next 4 months. On top of that is a skin glue that dissolves over the next 7-10 days. It dissolves too quickly if it gets wet. No bathing, licking, or laying in the rain/puddles.
  • Please feed your pet what their normal diet for the next 24 hours. No special snacks or treats.
  • We strongly recommend you take your pet to your regular vet for a post-op exam 7-10 days after surgery.

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