Please view Sun City Animal Hospital’s spay and neuter pricing below, as well as important information on the importance of this procedure for your pet. Please note that we require pre-operative blood work for all dogs and cats over the age of 7 years old.

Low Cost Spay & Neuter Prices:

Cat Spay and Neuter
Cat Neuter $43.00
Cat Spay $76.00

Dog Neuter
Dog Neuter Under 25 lbs $71.00
Dog Neuter 25 – 40 lbs $81.00
Dog Neuter 41 – 60 lbs $96.00
Dog Neuter 61 – 100 lbs $111.00

Dog Spay
Dog Spay Under 25 lbs $91.00
Dog Spay 25 – 40 lbs $106.00
Dog Spay 41 – 70 lbs $111.00
Dog Spay Over 70- lbs $126.00

Pricing includes Pre-anesthetic exam, IV catheter, anesthesia monitoring, pre and post-operative pain meds, e-collar and nail trim. Not valid with any other specials or coupons.

Preferred Package includes Diagnostic CBC/Chem for $85.00 additional. Lab work is mandatory for all dogs and cats over 7 years of age.

More Information:

Many myths surround the issue of spaying and neutering dogs and cats. The professionals at Sun City Animal Hospital are here to give you guidance and information, enabling you to make a sound decision regarding your pet.

We explore how spaying and neutering impacts three areas of life:

  • Pets
  • Pet owners
  • The community

Impact on All Pets:

  • Live longer, healthier lives
  • Eliminates or reduces many health problems that are difficult or traumatic to treat

In Females:

  • Eliminates uterine or ovarian cancer
  • Greatly reduces the incidence of breast cancer when spayed before the first heat cycle in dogs

In Males:

  • Eliminates testicular cancer
  • Decreases the incidence of prostate disease

Impact on Pet Owners:
In All Pets:

  • Dogs and cats can exhibit less behavior and temperament issues
  • Eliminates or reduces health problems that are expensive to treat
  • Decreases inter-dog aggression

In Females:

  • Eliminates heat cycle
  • Females in heat can show nervous behavior and attract unwanted males

In Males:

  • Dogs are less likely to mark territory
  • Cats are less likely to spray urine
  • Less likely to roam the neighborhood, run away, or get into fights

Impact on The Community:

  • Reduces the millions of dollars spent to control unwanted, abandoned, and feral animals
  • Gives relief to animal shelters, currently overburdened with animals requiring euthanasia
  • Reduces the nuisance of stray and homeless animals

If you have any questions about our services, please contact us today at 702-228-4411.