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 Vancouver Animal Hospital is pleased to offer competitive or low-cost services to the public for emergency and regular care of your animal friend.

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Charlie's Food Bank provides pet food for low-income, people living outdoors and senior pet guardians.

Hospital & 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.

Important Payment Information: The BC SPCA Animal Hospital & Clinic does NOT accept cheques. Payment can be made by: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, American Express or Interac. Always check for current policies and prices by phoning the BC SPCA Vancouver Animal Hospital.

For additional information and prices not listed below, please call the hospital at 604-879-3571.

We offer a high quality, low cost spay\neuter service to the general public of all income levels. Pet population control is the most important factor in improving the welfare and health of the pets in our community; therefore these surgeries are heavily discounted due to generous charitable donations. Help us prevent unwanted births and emergency veterinary bills that result in animals being surrendered to shelters-get your pets spayed and neutered.

Dogs - Vaccinations

  • Canine Distemper/Parvo/Lepto Combo (DHPPL) - $50.00

  • Canine Distemper/Parvo Combo (DHPP) - $40.00

  • Kennel Cough (Bordetella) - $30.00

  • Rabies - $30.00

Dogs - Spay/Neuter


Please note the following important information when arranging a spay or neuter procedure for your dog.

  • An appointment is required for the surgical procedure.

  • Preoperative exams are needed for all animals 3 years of age or older, cryptorchid, brachycephalic to discuss their unique needs.

  • Examinations and/or extra fees apply for: mature animals(>12months), pregnant, retained testes, umbilical hernias, brachycephalic breeds, retained baby teeth and other procedures.

  • The BC SPCA Vancouver Animal Hospital will not spay dogs in heat.

  • Pre-anesthetic bloodwork is recommended to be done prior to any general anesthetic but is not mandatory for healthy, young animals solely to make prices more accessible to more people.

  • Pre and post-operative IV fluids are recommended for all animals but not mandatory for healthy animals under 12 months, solely to make prices accessible to more people.

  • Spay/neuter admittance for dogs is Monday to Friday at 8:15 a.m.

Spay

Up to 20 lbs - $298.00

21 to 49 lbs - $316.00

50 to 100 lbs - $346.00

More than 100 lbs - $485.00

Neuter

Up to 20 lbs - $266.00

21 to 49 lbs - $280.00

50 to 100 lbs - $293.00

More than 100 lbs - $337.00

Prices include:

  • Pre-operative examination and assessment

  • Premedication and sedation

  • Intravenous catheterization

  • Anesthetic induction and maintenance

  • Anesthetic monitoring

  • Local anesthetic blocks

  • Intraoperative IV fluids

  • Multimodal pain control in hospital

  • 4 days of post-operative pain control to give at home

  • Tattoo ID

  • Microchip and 1 year registration in the BC Pet Registry (option to upgrade to lifetime registration for $45)

  • Post-operative snack

  • Elizabethan collar

  • Cuddles are free!

These fees are for healthy, young, non-pregnant animals less than 12 months of age only. Discounts are available for families with verifiable income below certain thresholds. Please inquire before making an appointment.

Cats - Vaccinations 

  • Feline Distemper Combo including Feline Leukemia - $40.00

  • Feline Distemper Combo - $30.00

  • Rabies - $30.00

Cats - Spay/Neuter

Please note the following important information when arranging a spay or neuter procedure for your cat.

  • An appointment is required for the surgical procedure.

  • Preoperative exams are needed for all animals 3 years of age or older, or if cryptorchid to discuss their unique needs.

  • Examinations and/or extra fees apply for: mature animals(>12months), pregnant, retained testes, umbilical hernias, retained baby teeth and other procedures.

  • Animals must have up to date vaccinations (or guardian will be required to sign a waiver)

  • Pre-anesthetic bloodwork is recommended to be done prior to any general anesthetic but is not mandatory for healthy, young animals solely to make prices more accessible to more people.

  • Pre and post-operative IV fluids are recommended for all animals but not mandatory for healthy animals under 12 months, solely to make prices accessible to more people.

  • Spay/Neuter admittance for cats is Monday to Friday at 8:30 a.m.

Spay - $250.00

Neuter - $185.00

Prices include:

  • Pre-operative examination and assessment

  • Premedication and sedation

  • Intravenous catheterization

  • Anesthetic induction and maintenance

  • Anesthetic monitoring

  • Local anesthetic blocks

  • Intraoperative IV fluids

  • Multimodal pain control in hospital

  • 4 days of post-operative pain control to give at home

  • Tattoo ID

  • Microchip and 1 year registration in the BC Pet Registry (option to upgrade to lifetime registration for $45)

  • Post-operative snack

  • Elizabethan collar

  • Cuddles are free!

These fees are for healthy, young, non-pregnant animals less than 12 months of age only. Discounts are available for families with verifiable income below certain thresholds. Please inquire before making an appointment.

General - Physical examinations and consultations (by appointment only)

Please note, additional charges will apply for treatment or medication, if required.

Physical exam and/or consultation - $60.00

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