Prices

Spay & Neuter Prices
Cat Spay $50
Cat Neuter $50
Dog Spay $150*
Dog Neuter $150*
Spay/Neuter for large dogs (females over 50lbs and males over 100lbs) $225*
 

The clinic is open Monday to Friday. You must have an appointment, walk-ins are not accepted.

To make an appointment at our clinic please call 519-966-1118.

Other services available at the time of spay/neuter surgery only.
Rabies Vaccine                                                                                                      $20
DA2PP vaccine for dogs or FVRCP vaccine for cats                                              $20
Value Package                                                                                                      $60
(Dog value packages includes DA2PP vaccine, rabies vaccine, microchip, and e-collar to prevent licking)
(Cat value package includes FVRRCP vaccine, rabies vaccine, microchip, Revolution treatment, and e-collar to prevent licking)


Flea Treatment Dogs                              $15 one application or $100 for box of 6 doses
Flea Treatment Cats                               $15 one application or $85 for box of 6 doses


The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society Veterinary Clinic is accredited by the College of Veterinarians of Ontario to offer services to the public. The primary focus of the clinic is spaying and neutering dogs and cats, although other services such as vaccines, microchips, and parasite treatments will also be offered at the time of surgery only.

The clinic is a high volume, self sustaining operation. The public, shelters and rescue groups are welcome, regardless of geography or income level. The pet overpopulation crisis is a direct result of animals left unaltered, so spay or neuter your pet today!

 

Age/health requirements

Your pet must be between the ages of 4 months and 5 years, and be of good health and weight.

Same day service

Animals are to be dropped off and picked up same day at scheduled times.  We do not board pets overnight following surgery.

Instructions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

*Please note that patients may be declined in the veterinarian’s discretion if their weight, reproductive history, or other factors make the surgery too high risk.  Our clinic is focused on low risk surgeries.  If surgery is performed an a pet who is overweight or whose prior reproductive history (for example, having had multiple litters) requires additional surgery time an additional fee of $50-75 may be charged.