At Low Cost Pet Vet, we provide affordable options for Irving spays and neuters. Our full-service Irving clinic offers quality health care without breaking the bank.
All Irving spay & neuter prices include 1) a Doctor exam, 2) Preanesthetic medications, 3) Analgesia, 4) Antibiotic injection, 5) Oxygen and 6) Gas anesthesia, 7) Electronic monitoring, 8) Surgical prep, 9) Day boarding, 10) oral Post-op pain medication, along with the complete surgical procedure. The only required fee not included in the full price is a $3 OSHA fee*.
If your pet has an increased risk for surgery (such as being an older pet or having existing health problems), we will provide you a tailored quote for your pet based on risk factors.
Irving Low Cost Spay & Neuter Chart
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Affordable Spays/Neuters – What Do We Require?
At Low Cost Pet Vet, our goal is to provide great service at affordable prices. We offer state-of-the-art equipment, and our prices already include:
- A doctor exam
- Preanesthetic medications
- Analgesia (pain medication)
- Oxygen and gas anesthesia
- Electronic monitoring while under anesthesia
- Surgical prep
- Day boarding
- Post-op pain medication
- The complete surgical procedure
Low Cost Pet Vet does require pets to be up to date on all their vaccinations. We also require pets to be free of fleas/ticks, and be up to date on heartworm prevention (or have a recent negative heartworm test). If pets need their vaccinations, a heartworm test, or flea treatment Low Cost Pet Vet can usually provide those services before or after the surgery at additional charge.
Additional Recommended Irving Spays & Neuter Services
On top of what we require, Low Cost Pet Vet does recommend some additional services as additional insurance. These services would be additional, and we don’t need them for the surgery to be successful. We simply recommend them as an extra measure of security and safety.
IV fluids are helpful to support hydration and blood pressure. They also provide the veterinarian immediate access to the bloodstream. (Available for an additional $37)
Pre-op bloodwork can detect disease that is not apparent on a physical exam. We strongly recommend bloodwork for older pets (over 7 years of age). Pre-op blood work can be performed prior to the day that surgery is scheduled or on the day of surgery before anesthesia is administered. (Available for an additional $97)
We recommend microchipping for all pets! It’s a permanent form of identification for your pet, and we can administer a microchip while your pet is under. (Available for an additional $40)
While not all surgical procedures require pre-operative x-rays, radiographs performed on animals under anesthesia are of much better quality. If your pet has symptoms of a condition where radiographs would be useful, x-rays can be done under anesthesia before or after the surgical procedure. Radiographs are always a good idea to check for spread of a tumor prior to removal.
If your pet needs to have a growth/lump removed, please mark it with nail polish or a permanent marker. If desired, the tumor tissue can be sent to the laboratory for evaluation to determine what it is comprised of, and what additional treatment may be necessary after recovery from surgery.
Note: We make these valuable services available but not required. To require them would force us to more than double our prices which would be cost prohibitive for many clients.
We do include all services that we feel necessary in our basic packages including preanesthetic exam, electronic monitoring, day boarding, antibiotic injection, pre-op and post-op analgesics (pain meds), gas anesthesia, nail trimming. Many clinics actually charge higher base prices and then charge extra for antibiotics and pain medicines; we include these in our lower prices!
PLEASE CALL TO OBTAIN COST ESTIMATES FOR SURGICAL PROCEDURES AND OPTIONAL SERVICES. (Estimates are an approximation of the cost of surgery and are subject to adjustment depending on circumstances at the time of the procedure.)