Anicira offers high quality, affordable outpatient surgical services. We are dedicated to providing the best experience possible for you and your pet.
Your pet will receive exceptional medical care from our compassionate and dedicated care team members which include highly skilled and experienced veterinary surgeons, licensed veterinary technicians and patient care technicians.
Our surgical care team incorporates best practices and advanced surgical techniques to provide high quality procedures for your pet and to ensure their safety and comfort during their stay with us.
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 Humane Alliance Model- nationally recognized for the quality of care and self-sufficiency of its clinics.
Our team is also pleased to offer additional surgical procedures for your pet during his or her spay/neuter procedure such as umbilical hernia repair and hind dewclaw removal for dogs.
Spay/Neuter Surgery includes:
- Pre-anesthetic physical examination
- Individualized general anesthetic plan based on age, body type, breed
- Vital sign monitoring by professional care team members
- Pre- and post- operative pain medication to include systemic medication to ensure that our patients remain comfortable both during and after the procedure
- After surgery each patient is kept warm with a heated blanket
- Post-op clinic visit and exam if necessary
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 competed the morning of surgery or during a preoperative visit prior to the surgery date.
Spay/Neuter Surgical Fees
Preanesthetic blood work (optional): $69
under 50 pounds $139
50-75 pounds $159
76-100 pounds $209
100+ pounds $229
Male and Female: $179
Preventive care services such as vaccinations, testing and microchipping are also available at the time of surgery.