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 Prince George 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. The following are approximate costs depending on what is required.

DOG: Vaccinations

DA2PP Combo $45.00
- with Bordatella (Kennel Cough)  add $20.00
- with Rabies add $20.00
 
Total  $85.00

Bordatella (Kennel Cough) alone $45.00
Rabies alone $40.00


DOG: Spay/Neuter

SPAY (female)    NEUTER (male)  
 Less than 26 lbs  $177.00  Less than 26 lbs

 $162.00

 26 to 60 lbs  $202.00   26 to 60 lbs  $182.00
 60.1 to 88 lbs  $227.00   60.1 to 88 lbs  $202.00
More than 88 lbs $252.00  More than 88 lbs  $222.00
- If pregnant add $25.00-$50.00  - Inguinal Cryptorchid  add $45.00
- If in heat or obese add $25.00  - If obese  add $25.00

The above pricing includes a nail trim, pain medications injections and take home medication, a microchip, and a 1 year registration in the BC Pet Registry. E-Collars are an extra $7.00-$13.00 depending on the size required.

CAT: Vaccinations

FVRCP Combo $40.00
- with Feline Leukemia  add $15.00
- with Rabies add $20.00
 
Total  $75.00

Feline Leukemia alone $40.00
Rabies alone $40.00


CAT: Spay/Neuter

SPAY (female)  $115.00  NEUTER (male)  $85.00
- If pregnant add $10.00-$20.00  - Inguinal Cryptorchid  add $45.00
- If in heat or obese add $10.00    

The above pricing includes a nail trim, pain medications injections and take home medication, a microchip, and a 1 year registration in the BC Pet Registry. E-Collars are an extra $7.00-$13.00 depending on the size required.


Microchipping

Microchipping - one year registration  $42.00
Microchipping - lifetime registration $55.00

The fight to end pet overpopulation

The BC SPCA officially opened its low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic in Prince George October 29, 2005 and it is already making a significant impact in the local community. "The unfortunate reality is that thousands of innocent animals die in Prince George 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 Prince George 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 Prince George 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.

Located at 1909 Queensway Street in the Fort George area of Prince George, the Clinic is 1,550 square feet and is staffed with one full-time veterinarian, two animal health technicians and a receptionist.

Visit our main website for main information on pet overpopulation.  

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