THE BRITISH COLUMBIA SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
Our mission: To protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C.

The Kamloops Spay/Neuter Clinic is pleased to offer pet caregivers competitively priced spay, neuter, and vaccination services.

Clinic Fees

The responsibility of caring for an animal comes with regular expenses. Review our expense estimates that may result from the average annual care of your furry friend.

Fees current as of September 2016

Fees - Dogs

Dogs - Vaccinations

DA2PP

- with Kennel Cough/Bordatella (intranasal), add

- with Rabies, add

 

 $45.00

$15.00

$15.00

Combo total $75.00

Kennel Cough/Bordatella (intranasal)

$45.00

Rabies $45.00

 

Dogs - Spay/Neuter

Spay Neuter

Up to 25 lbs - $180.00

Up to 25 lbs - $165.00

25 to 60 lbs - $210.00

25 to 60 lbs - $190.00

60 to 100 lbs - $230.00 60 to 100 lbs - $200.00
More than 100 lbs - $250.00 More than 100 lbs - $230

- If pregnant, add $25.00 - $60.00

- If in heat, add $20.00

- Inguinal Cryptorchid add $25.00

- Abdominal Cryptorchid add $40.00 - $60.00

The above pricing includes a post-op injection for pain control, a microchip for identification and take-home pain medication.

Dogs - Other

Surgical extras

- Umbilical hernia

- I.V. fluids

 

$30.00 - $60.00

$45.00

Fees - Cats

Vaccinations

Please note that the following are approximate costs depending on what is required.

FVRCP

- with Rabies, add

 

 $45.00

$15.00

Combo total $60.00

FVRCP + FeLV 

- with Rabies, add

$45.00

$15.00

Combo total $60.00

Rabies $45.00

 

Cats - Spay/Neuter

Spay - $115.00 Neuter - $85.00
The above pricing includes a post-op injection for pain control, a microchip for identification and pain medication to go home with.  

- If pregnant add $20.00 - $50.00

- If in heat add $10.00

- If obese add $10.00

- Cryptorchid add $15.00 - $35.00

 

Cats - Other

Surgical extras

- Umbilical hernia

- I.V. fluids

 

$30.00 - $60.00

$45.00

 

Rabbits - Spay/Neuter

Spay - $155.00 Neuter - $120.00
The above pricing includes an injection for pain control given after the surgery, a tattoo that goes in the right ear for identification, as well as an overnight stay.  
   

The fight to end pet overpopulation

The BC SPCA officially opened its low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic in Kamloops April 25, 2009 and it is already making a significant impact in the local community. "The unfortunate reality is that thousands of innocent animals die in Kamloops because of the overwhelming pet overpopulation problem," says Dr. Jamie Lawson. "We are sterilizing as many animals a day as we can, but we do need the support of all British Columbians to fund the facility." 

With the support of the community, the Clinic will dramatically reduce the surplus pet population in Kamloops and surrounding communities and put an end to the needless and tragic suffering of animals due to irresponsible breeding.

The goal for the Clinic is to carry out 4,000 spay/neuter operations each year, or the equivalent of 16 to 20 surgeries each day. Part of the clinic's role is is to ensure all the animals from the Kamloops SPCA shelter are sterilized prior to adoption. It will also provide low-cost spay/neuter and vaccination services to the general public and surrounding First Nations Communities.

For more information on pet overpopulation, visit the Advocacy Campaign section of our main website.

  

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