All pricing effective June 2023
Your dog must be at least four months of age and be current on rabies and distemper vaccinations. Spay and neuter surgery pricing is based on your dog’s weight. Clients in our SHARE Safety Net services program receive 50% off the prices listed below:
Neuter (male dog)
Less than 20 pounds: $300
20 – 49 pounds: $325
50 – 84 pounds: $375
Spay (female dog)
Less than 20 pounds: $325
20 – 49 pounds: $350
50 – 84 pounds: $400
For dogs more than 85 pounds, please call our hospital for a quote.
There may be additional fees if your dog is in-heat, pregnant, cryptorchid, or significantly obese. Pricing includes hospitalization for the day, anesthesia, surgery, recovery and post-operative pain medication. Our veterinary clinic recommends pre-anesthesia blood work, which is an additional fee.
Your cat must be at least four months of age and current on rabies and distemper vaccinations. Clients in our SHARE Safety Net services program receive 50% off the prices listed below:
Cat Neuter (male): $140
Cat Spay (female): $210
There may be additional charges if your cat is pregnant, cryptorchid, or significantly obese. The price includes hospitalization for the day, anesthesia, surgery, recovery and post-operative pain medication. Our veterinary clinic recommends pre-anesthesia blood work, which is an additional fee. Please bring your cat in a carrier on the day of surgery.
Feral Cat Trap-Neuter-Release Program
The Humane Society of Boulder Valley offers a Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) program package price: $35 includes spay or neuter surgery, a spay incision line tattoo, a rabies vaccination, and a FVRCP vaccination. In addition to the sterilization surgery, one ear is tipped (notched horizontally) while the animal is under anesthesia. The ear is tipped to help easily identify those altered feral animals at a distance so that they do not need to identify that a spay/neuter has been performed. If you do not want the cat to be ear-tipped, you will be asked to pay normal feline spay or neuter surgery fees.
Feral cats must be inside their traps when they are brought to the clinic for surgery. Clients should bring a cat carrier to transport the cat home. We recommend clients consider providing a safe indoor location (such as a garage) for the cat to stay in for the night(s) following surgery.
Rabbits and Small Animals
Male rabbits may be neutered at three to four months of age or older. Female rabbits may be spayed at six months of age or older. Small mammals should arrive at the clinic in an appropriate cage or carrier. Clients in our SHARE Safety Net services program receive 50% off the prices listed below:
Male rabbit neuter: $300
Female rabbit spay: $325
Guinea pig neuter: $250
Rat neuter: $250
Spay/Neuter Safety Net Assistance for Income-Limited Families
To help keep pets and people together, our veterinary clinic offers the SHARE Program, which provides discounts on medical care (including spay/neuter surgeries) to clients who qualify as low-income. This program is limited to families living in Boulder or Broomfield counties. To see if you qualify for the SHARE program, bring proof of residence and income to our veterinary hospital during regular business hours
If you are interested in booking a spay or neuter appointment, please complete our Spay/Neuter Registration Form to help us provide you and your pet with the best possible care.
You can expect to hear back from our client service team within three business days of completing the form with more information about scheduling your appointment.