The Fix’Em Clinic is first and foremost a low cost spay and neuter clinic that is available to everyone, regardless of income or residency. However, during your pet’s spay/neuter procedure, and in daily wellness walk-in visits, we can provide other routine services at a significant discount. Prices for antibiotics vary.


Schedule of Services and Fees

Cat Neuter $35
Cat Spay $45
Dog Neuter < 45 lbs. $60
Dog Neuter 45 – 70 lbs. $65
Dog Spay < 45 lbs. $70
Dog Spay 45 – 75 lbs. $75
Dog > 70 lbs. add $25
Rabies w/ Spay or Neuter
Required if proof of current rabies vaccination not provided
Umbilical Hernia Repair $25
Cryptorchid (undescended testicle) $25
Capstar 24hr Flea Treatment $5-$7

If fleas are found your animal will be given a capstar. It is important that fleas are not present during surgery.

Office Visit (Wellness) No Office Visit Fee
Rabies w/o Spay or Neuter $10
Microchip $15
Fecal Test $10
Anal Gland Expression $15

We accept cash, debit or credit cards.

Making an Appointment:

To schedule an a Spay/Neuter appointment go on-line here (link) or call 866-349-3698. No walk-ins for spay/neuter. You DO NOT need an appointment for well services (vaccines, preventative care, flea/tick/heartworm treatment, etc). Wellness hours are 3-5PM.

Health Certificate $15 first pet, $6 each additional
Nail Trim $10
Ear Cleaning $10

Optional Vaccinations/Tests:

DA2PPL Vaccine (distemper/parvo/lepto) $15
Bordetella Vaccine (kennel cough) $15
Canine Influenza Vaccine $29
Heartworm Test | 4DX Test $20-$30

FVRCP Vaccine (distemper, respiratory, panleukopenia) $15
FeLV Vaccine (feline leukemia) $15
Feline Leukemia | FIV combo test $20
Cardboard Cat Carriers Available $5

Flea and Heartworm Prevention $8 – $55 depending on medicine
Week* Spay/Neuter Walk-In Wellness (No appointment needed)
First Wed. – Sat. 7:30 – 6:00 3:00 – 5:00
Second Mon. – Thurs. 7:30 – 6:00 3:00 – 5:00
Third Mon. – Thurs. 7:30 – 6:00 3:00 – 5:00
Saturday No surgeries 9:00 – 4:00 Wellness Clinic
Fourth Mon. – Thurs. 7:30 – 6:00 3:00 – 5:00

* Week = week of each month

Differences in Stray vs Feral Cats

A stray cat is one that has been previously domesticated to a household or human interaction but may now find themselves lost or abandoned and now living outside without an owner. A stray cat can transition back into a home life if given the opportunity.

A feral cat is a wild cat, often born outside, that is not tame and is not accustomed to human interaction or touch. It is almost impossible for a feral cat to be tamed into a pet or to live in close contact with humans as a house cat would.

While the clinic does its best to make exceptions for feral cats that arrive without an appointment, you may be turned away and asked to schedule an appointment if your “feral” is actually a “stray.”

NOTE: The nature and model of our clinic is high volume with focus on healthy, young breeding animals. Part of what allows us to run a high volume clinic is the speed of surgeries. Larger (over 70 lbs.) or overweight females pose a higher risk both pre- and post-operatively. For that reason we recommend you speak with your Veterinarian about the spay of a larger female dog or an older animal. If you are financially concerned, please contact our clinic so we may discuss possible options with you.