Affordable Anal Sacculectomy Surgery
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Unilateral anal sacculectomy surgery for dogs costs $1470. Bilateral anal sacculectomy surgery for dogs costs$2205. AAHA-accredited animal hospital meaning we are held to highest standard of excellence. Preventive care services such as vaccinations, testing, and microchipping are also available at the time of surgery. Preanesthetic blood work is $150 and may be necessary before surgery. Click here to learn more.
Why Choose Anicira
Your pets are our passion. We treat every pet like our own.
High-Quality Surgical Care
Our experienced team of animal lovers provides high-quality surgical care focusing on your pet's comfort.
Anicira is a non-profit dedicated to keeping veterinary care accessible and affordable.
What Clients are Saying
By far the best experience I have had with any vet in the area. Spent the past year and a half looking for a vet to remove a suspicious and quickly growing group of masses from my young dog's leg. After a series of biopsies and tons of money spent, was unable to get a clear understanding of what the masses were and was unable to find a vet capable or willing to remove it. Going to Anicira was the best decision I could have made, believe the reviews. Initial consult was with Dr. Creighton but the surgery ended up being performed by Dr. Ayre, both were amazing. The realistic and transparent conversations allowed me to feel educated but confident, and I trusted them to perform an expedited and difficult surgery. Was also reasonably priced. In addition, the three follow up appointments for bandage change, bandage removal, and removal of stiches were free of charge. Although located an hour away, it was worth the many long drives. They are personable and caring, and the facility itself is very clean and organized. So grateful to have found them! My pup was up and back to normal in no time.— Bria Rand via Google
All of the staff I encountered from calling to schedule my cat Lily's spay appointment, to bringing her in for the appointment— were knowledgeable, helpful and sincerely nice. I would recommend this location to anyone for their pets needs :) Very helpful in answering any questions I had and I felt very comfortable bringing my cat in for her surgery— Rachael Lopez via Google
I had a WONDERFUL experience here at Anicira. My fur baby Syrus was having trouble urinating after having a urinary blockage days before. I could not afford to proceed with the $4,000 treatment plan recommended by ER vets and was told to euthanize my beloved cat. I had hope, and opted not to euthanize my pet but pay to have his bladder emptied and monitor his progress. A few days later he was not producing enough urine so I contacted Anicria. Their response was very quick and they blocked off a time for him to be seen with time for surgery, if needed. Anicira offered to do the same procedure for $2,000. They offer payment plan options and are very helpful if you can not pay the cost right away. The staff at Anicira were very informative and helped me come up with a preventative care plan to reduce the chance of another blockage. Thankfully, He hadn’t re-blocked but the medication given to him by the emergency animal hospital was too strong for him so, he was given a lower dose of medication. He is now doing alot better since he is alert enough to actually get up and is now on a strict wet food only diet. He is still not 100% himself but he is ALIVE. Thank you guys so much for giving my little guy the care he needed. I plan to donate to this facility once I become financially able to do so!— Keira Edwards via Google
Anal Sacculectomy Surgical Care includes:
- Pre-anesthetic physical examination
- Individualized general anesthetic plan based on age, body type, breed
- Patient warming system
- IV catheter and fluid therapy
- Anesthetic vital sign monitoring by licensed professional care team members to include blood pressure, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, temperature, EKG medication to ensure that our patients remain comfortable both during and after the procedure
- Additional medications, antibiotics, and E-Collar if necessary
- Follow-op exam if necessary
Unilateral anal sacculectomy surgery for dogs costs $1470. Bilateral anal sacculectomy surgery for dogs costs$2205. Preanesthetic blood work may be necessary and costs an additional $150.
An additional fee will be applied for patients over 50 pounds.
- 51-75 pounds $110 additional weight adjustment
- 76-100 pounds $150 additional weight adjustment
- >101 pounds $200 additional weight adjustment
Anal sacculectomy is a surgical procedure to remove one or both anal glands on a dog. Glands are typically removed due to inflammation or chronic infections.
Anal sacculectomy is a very effective procedure and will remove the glands that have chronic inflammation and infections. If inflammation from tumors is the cause then additional treatments might be needed. Due to the high amount of nerves around the rectum, never damage could be a risk. Some patients may have abnormal bowel movements immediately after surgery.
Yes, Anicira offers Scratchpay, Varidi, and Care Credit. Learn more information about payment and payment plans here.
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Anicira Veterinary Center is located in Manassas, Virginia off of Carolina Avenue.