Veterinary Clinic

We provide spay/neuter, vaccines, wellness care, and other surgeries/medical treatments at affordable rates in order to keep pets in homes and out of shelters! Our patients have smaller incisions and faster recoveries due to the specialized HQHVSN techniques that we use and teach to others.

We mainly serve cats at our veterinary clinic due to our commitment to decreasing the community cat population and diverting cats from shelters, where they are more than 2 times more likely to be euthanized due to lack of homes. In addition to spay/neuter, we do provide some other surgeries for dogs and welcome them to our wellness clinics!

 

Please note that most dog services are on an outpatient basis, as we do not have kennels or space in the hospital that is separate from our cat patients (dog barking stresses kitties!).

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Spay and Neuter

Cat Spay - $65

Includes FREE:

Rabies Vaccination

Pain Medication

Advantage II Flea Treatment

Ivermectin Ear Mite Treatment 

Antibiotic Injection

Cat Neuter - $50

Includes FREE:

Rabies Vaccination

Pain Medication

Advantage II Flea Treatment

Ivermectin Ear Mite Treatment 

Antibiotic Injection

Add-Ons 

Ear Tip (Community Cats) - FREE

Feline Leukemia/FIV Combo Test - $25

FVRCP (Feline Distemper Vaccination) - $10

Feline Leukemia Vaccination - $15

Profender (Dewormer) - $18

Microchip - $15

Pedicure - $10

Dog Spay By Weight

Pediatric (8-14 weeks of age) - $75

Under 25# - $130

26 - 40# - $150

40 - 60# - $170

60 - 80# - $190

80# and above - $220

Dog Neuter By Weight

Pediatric (8-14 weeks) - $60

Under 40# - $110

40 - 80# - $140

80# and over - $170

Pain medication included in cost
Add-Ons 

DA2LP2 (Distemper Vaccination) - $15

Rabies Vaccination - $15

Bordetella Vaccine  - $15

Lyme Vaccine - $25

Dewormer (to give at home) - $15

Pedicure - FREE

Heartworm/4DX Test - $30

Microchip- $15

Advantage II Flea Treatment - $15

Other Services

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Dental Care for Cats

We provide dental surgery for cats to treat painful conditions like periodontitis, stomatitis, and fractures.

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Treatment for Blocked Cats

Urinary blockages are life-threatening and require in-hospital care and, potentially, surgery.

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Other Surgeries For Cats

Fracture repair, bulla osteotomy, perineal urethrostomy, and most other soft tissue surgeries.

We do mass removals, wound repair, and other soft tissue surgeries for dogs. Call for information! 
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Vaccination Clinics

We hold vaccination clinics to aid in the prevention of infectious diseases of dogs and cats. 

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Urgent and Wellness Care Days 

COMING SOON!

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Medical Treatment For Cats

We treat sick and injured cats and kittens in our hospital and have in-house blood testing and x-rays.

For spay and neuter appointments, please use our e-scheduling site. Call 724-889-7011 and leave a message to inquire about all other appointments. Someone will get back to you as soon as possible for scheduling.

Drop off for surgery is typically between 8:30am and 10am. We will text you with a pick up time (most pick ups are by 5:30pm).

The new, EXPANDED, surgery center is now open at 740 5th Ave. New Kensington (next to the Frankie's Friends CARE center).

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