Veterinary Outpatient Surgical Center

5091 Westfields Blvd
Centreville, VA 20120

(703)378-8813

www.veterinaryoutpatientsurgicalcenter.com

Spay & Neuter Services

Spay:

Spay is the term used for removal of the uterus and ovaries. This procedure is usually recommended for young pets as a preventative measure, not only to prevent pet overpopulation, but for many medical reasons as well. Pyometra (infected uterus, a life threatening condition), uterine and ovarian cancer, prolapsed uterus or vagina, distochia (puppies trapped in the birth canal requiring emergency c- section), and breast cancer (85% higher incident in unspayed females). This list contains the most common medical concerns in unspayed females that we see on a daily basis.

Cat- $205

Dog-
<25lb- $350
25 to 50lbs- $390
50 to 75lbs- $530
75 to 100lbs- $700
>100lbs- $850


Neuter:

Neuter is the term used for removing the testicles in a male pet. The scrotum is retained and will usually shrink on its own over time. This procedure is recommended for young pets as a preventative measure, not only to prevent pet overpopulation, but for many behavioral and medical reasons as well. Retained testicles, testicular cancer, testicular torsion, prostate cancer, benign prostatic hyperplasia, perineal hernias (due to straining from an enlarged prostate), and increased incidence of UTIs and urinary bladder stone formation. This list contains the most common medical concerns in unneutered males that we see on a daily basis.

Cat- $120

Dog-
<50lb- $270
51 to 75lbs- $300
>75lbs- $390