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Spay/Neuter Programs

Spay and Neuter Programs

Our monthly low cost surgery program helps keep pet populations down and pets live longer and healthier lives. We offer a variety of services, including our community cat program (TNR).

Canine
Male  – $95                    Female – $135
Over 80lbs. – $110       Over 80lbs. – $175

Feline
Male – $30
Female -$85

*Additional fees apply for pets that are pregnant, in-heat, have umbilical hernia and Cryptorchid males.
Pregnant – $25          In-heat – $15          Umbilical Hernia – $15          Cryptorchid – $25

Check out Events Calendar to view the dates of our monthly clinic or call (970) 259-2847 to schedule an appointment. Coming in for an appointment? Download and complete forms prior to your scheduled appointment.  Spay-Neuter and Liability Release Form

Vaccinations and Other Services Offered

You can request vaccines or other services during your pets surgery or come in 7 days a week, no appointment necessary to get your pet vaccinated (exception to rabies, you must make an appointment to get your pet vaccinated for rabies.)

For Dogs

  • Adult Combo DA2PPV (Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2, Para influenza, Parvovirus) – $15
  • Puppy Pack DA2PPV+CV (Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2, Para influenza, Parvovirus, Corona Virus) – $15
  • Bordetella (Kennel Cough) – $15
  • Rabies – $12
  • Heartworm Test – $45
  • Microchip (Includes registration) – $35

 

For Cats

  • Adult/Kitten Combo FVRCP (Feline Rhinotrachertis, Calici, Panleukopenia, Chlamydia) – $15
  • Feline Leukemia Test – $35
  • Rabies – $12
  • Microchip (Includes registration) – $35
For more information or to schedule an appointment,  please call (970) 259-2847. Coming in for vaccinations? Download and complete forms prior to your scheduled appointment. Vaccination Form.

Why Microchip?

Did you know that over 90% of lost pets that have identification, microchip and/or ID tags are reunited with their families? This quick, simple and almost painless procedure is used to help identify your pet and a microchip contains a unique identifier that corresponds to your contact information.

Here’s what you need to know about microchipping:

  • The procedure is nothing more than an injection similar to a vaccine or routine shot that inserts the microchip—which is about the size of a grain of rice—under your pet’s skin between the shoulder blades.
  • A microchip is not a GPS, so it cannot be used to locate your pet. But it can be used to identify him or her and facilitate a quick reunion.
  • It’s important to keep your contact information up to date so you can be notified when your pet is found. You can update your pet’s microchip online or call 24PetWatch at 1-866-597-2424.
  • All pets adopted from La Plata County Humane Society are microchipped and registered in the 24PetWatch central database.

You can come in 7 days a week, no appointment necessary to get your pet micochipped (includes registration) for $35. Visit our hours of operation to find a time that works for you.

 Feral Cat Spay/Neuter/Vaccinate Program

Feral cats are a part of our landscape and can be considered a nuisance to community members. This donation based program assists feral cat caretakers and community members in support of TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) by providing free spay/neuter services. Our TNR program helps control cat populations and behavior by sterilizing, vaccinating and returning them to their location. An appointment is required to participate.

General Information

  • Services are provided for feral (wild, un-owned, non-domesticated) cats only.
  • Cats must arrive in a humane trap, also known as Havahart traps.
  • If you do not have a trap, we offer trap rentals for $5/day with a $50 deposit. Download and complete our Trap Rental Agreement.

What’s Included

  • Free spay or neuter surgery.
  • Rabies vaccine.
  • Ear tip on left ear (Required. This is the universal sign that a cat has been sterilized.)

Trapping a Feral Cat?

  • Cover the trap (except the opening for the cat)
  • Avoid feeding the day before you trap
  • Use tasty, smelly food (cheap tuna) to lure a cat into the trap
  • Leave trap in shaded area
  • Be sure to check trap every 2-4 hours
  • Cats who are missing the top of their left ear, have already been trapped and altered. Let them go and reset the trap for ones that have not been.
  • Keep trap covered while transporting the cat to the shelter.

Addition Resources
Frequently Asked Questions about TNR

For more information and to schedule an appointment, please call (970) 259-2847 x101.  Have an appointment scheduled? Download and complete form prior to your scheduled appointment TNR Liability Form