Since opening our doors in 2005, our surgical team has performed over 175,000 spay/neuter procedures.

The Association of Shelter Veterinarians (ASV) has published guidelines and suggested protocols for spay/neuter procedures in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. The clinic follows the recommendations of the ASV and practices high quality medicine.

Our veterinary center is a member of the National Spay/Neuter Response Team and follows the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance Model- nationally recognized for the quality of care and self-sufficiency of its clinics.

As part of our mission to increase access to veterinary care, Anicira offers reduced fees for non-profit animal welfare organizations.

If you are unable to afford a spay or neuter surgery for your pet, we have options available to help. Please give us a call to discuss.


Spay/Neuter Surgery includes:

  • Pre-anesthetic physical examination
  • Pre- and post- operative pain medication to ensure that our patients remain comfortable both during and after the procedure
  • Individualized general anesthetic plan based on age, body type, breed
  • After surgery each patient is kept comfortable with a warming system
  • Vital sign monitoring by professional care team members
  • Post-op clinic exam if necessary


Preanesthetic blood work (optional): $89


Females $129
Males $109
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under 50 pounds $179
50-75 pounds $199
76-100 pounds $249
100+ pounds $279
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Male and Female $219
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Additional Procedures (required, if present)

Umbilical hernia repair (with spay/neuter surgery) $76
Unilateral inguinal cryptorchid $49
Bilateral inguinal cryptorchid $59
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Additional Procedure (Electable)

Preanesthetic Blood Work $89
Hind dewclaw removal for dogs $25/Dewclaw
Deciduous tooth removal $39
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Additional Procedure (emergency - fee in addition to spay/neuter surgery)

Pyometra (additional fee includes IV catheter and antibiotics) $109
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All healthy dogs and cats over the age of 8 weeks and at least 2 pounds are eligible for surgery. The recommended age for surgery is 16 weeks. Early-age spay/neuter procedures have been endorsed by the Association of Shelter Veterinarians, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Animal Hospital Association.

Preanesthetic Blood Work

Preanesthetic blood work for spay/neuter procedures is not required, but it is always recommended to ensure that your pet is a good candidate for anesthesia and surgery, especially for patients over the age of five years. Preoperative blood work may be required for other surgical procedures.

Preanesthetic blood work includes a complete blood count (CBC) and a chemistry profile. Preanesthetic blood work can be completed the morning of surgery or during a preoperative visit prior to the surgery date.