We offer affordable vaccination, microchipping and euthanasia services for all pet owners, and spay/neuter services for the cats and dogs of New York State residents who receive public assistance. See below for details and to request services.
|Microchips and Vaccines|
|Cats or Dogs: Rabies Vaccination||$25|
|Cats: FVRCP/HCP (based on availability)||$25|
|Dogs: DA2PPv (Distemper)||$25|
|Dogs: Bordetella (Kennel Cough)||$25|
|Cats: FELV/FIV SNAP Test||$60|
|Dogs: 4 DX (Heartworm, Lyme, Anaplasma, Ehrlichia)||$60|
|Income Qualified Spay/Neuter|
|Cat Spay Surgery||$90|
|Cat Neuter Surgery||$90|
|Dog Spay Surgery||$190|
|Dog Neuter Surgery||$190|
|Cat/Small Animal Euthanasia||$50|
|Private Cremation||Starting at $125|
Brachycephalic breeds will incur a $100 surcharge in addition to the regular surgery rate. Brachycephalic breeds include, but are not limited to, English and French bulldogs.
Dogs weighing 90lbs and over will incur a $100 surcharge in addition to the regular surgery rate.
Cryptorchid surgery will incur a $60 surcharge in addition to the regular surgery rate.
- Dogs and cats are required to be up to date for rabies and distemper vaccination prior to being admitted for surgery. If your dog or cat is not up-to-date for both vaccines, your pet will need to be scheduled for vaccinations before you can qualify for surgical services. You can self-schedule your pet for vaccines below. Please note that new appointments are always being added. If there are none available today, please check back tomorrow.
- The person presenting the animal for spay/neuter services must provide proof of participation in one of the following programs:
- Nutritional Assistance
- Supplemental Social Security
- Housing Assistance
- Family Assistance
- Safety Net Assistance
- Medical Assistance
IMPORTANT: You are REQUIRED to bring proof of NYS residency and proof of benefits with you for your appointment. Your proof will be verified by staff upon check-in. If you do not bring the documentation with you to check-in, we cannot provide services for your pet and you will forfeit your deposit.
Vaccines and Microchips
These services are available to all members of the public, and can be self-scheduled by following the link below. Please note all services require pre-payment in full at the time of scheduling, and that we require 48 hours notice of cancellation or your pre-payment will be forfeited. You can self-schedule your pet for vaccines below. Please note that new appointments are always being added. If there are none available today, please check back tomorrow.
Spay/neuter services are available only to New York State Residents who receive one of the approved forms of public assistance listed above under "Qualifying for Spay/Neuter Services." You will be required to provide proof of residency and public assistance to check-in on the day of services. If you do not bring proof, we will not be able to perform surgery.
Dogs and cats must be up-to-date for rabies and distemper vaccinations before being admitted for surgery. If your pet is not up-to-date for these vaccinations, please follow the link above to self-schedule your pet's vaccinations. If your pet is up-to-date for these vaccinations, proceed to the link below to apply for services.
Please note all services require pre-payment in full at the time of scheduling, and that we require 48 hours notice of cancellation or your pre-payment will be forfeited.
Losing a friend is hard. To help people deal with the loss of a beloved companion animal, we offer a free pet bereavement support group on the First Wednesday of each month, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. This meeting will take place on Google Meet.
The group is led by Estelle Giles-Monroe, MSW, LCSWR, and made possible through generous support from In the Comfort of Home >>, a house call pet euthanasia service.
All are welcome to join us; reservations are not required.