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How much is it to spay a dog

How much is it to spay a dog


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How much is it to spay a dog? Is there a vet i should go to?

I had to have my cat fixed when he was 10 and the cost was a whole lot more than what i thought it was going to be. Can you tell me how much it is to spay a dog? And what kind of place should I go to. Its a pitbull mix. Thanks

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To spay a dog - $250 - $600

I had to have my cat fixed when he was 10 and the cost was a whole lot more than what i thought it was going to be. Can you tell me how much it is to spay a dog? And what kind of place should I go to. Its a pitbull mix. Thanks

If you are concerned about the price, this is the place to come for your answer.

I have found this site to be the most informative regarding cost/procedure etc.

I do not have any experience or knowledge of pitbulls, as my family only owns cats. I know a woman who breeds Dobermans and she says that there are really good deals to be had on spaying and neutering. I think $250-$600 seems about right for a pitbull.

The best way to get some information from an actual spay/neuter vet is to call their office and ask what your vet charges. Most vets have to post their prices to be allowed to be listed in the yellow pages.

To spay a dog - $250 - $600

I had to have my cat fixed when he was 10 and the cost was a whole lot more than what i thought it was going to be. Can you tell me how much it is to spay a dog? And what kind of place should I go to. Its a pitbull mix. Thanks

If you are concerned about the price, this is the place to come for your answer.

I have found this site to be the most informative regarding cost/procedure etc.

I do not have any experience or knowledge of pitbulls, as my family only owns cats. I know a woman who breeds Dobermans and she says that there are really good deals to be had on spaying and neutering. I think $250-$600 seems about right for a pitbull.

The best way to get some information from an actual spay/neuter vet is to call their office and ask what your vet charges. Most vets have to post their prices to be allowed to be listed in the yellow pages.

It's not unusual to pay well over $1000 for surgery for most dogs.

As far as cost, you need to know that, as far as you're concerned, most doctors who do these operations are out to get money, so cost is what they charge you. A few will charge less, and I've been told that sometimes this can vary a lot from city to city. It's not uncommon to see vets' rates listed as $500-$1500.

Some people will pay a lot less to some place that doesn't get its money from the operating room. These are sometimes called free clinics, or for-profit veterinary clinics. They tend to be in rural areas, and they often don't have a vet on staff.

At this point, I do not have any way to tell you how much it will cost, other than say that if you get it done, it will be less than $1000.

Also, the average cost of veterinary bills for the surgery will be $25-$40 per operation.

I have no idea about what type of pitbull you are talking about, and I do not know the price in your area.

This is only a general question. I believe a new pitbull with puppies will cost $300-$400, because of the surgery and all the supplies. It is also true that the price may vary depending on what type of surgery. I think that $1000 may be too low to get an operation.

My opinion, and I'm not going to charge you for it, is that if you are going to do the surgery, you should get it done in the spring. At this time, the puppies will be smaller and have less risk. The surgery, in the fall, will be a lot more difficult, and the puppies will be very big and strong.

If you do a major or cosmetic operation in the spring, your puppy will be more likely to be spayed or neutered and not end up pregnant.

In your area, it is probably better to wait until the end of summer or fall.

I'm glad to hear that you are interested in your puppy, and that you will take good care of her. Please, do not hesitate to ask more questions.

I agree with dannysgirl about pricing being different based on surgery types. I would do the operation in the spring too and have a veterinarian do it. I have a friend that did it in the summer when he lived in Florida and it was very, very painful.

My friend took his puppy to see a vet who was part of a national chain. This vet suggested that he do a spay/neuter operation at home. This vet was going to charge them $600 for surgery and a follow up office visit. My friend's vet said that it was a terrible idea to do it at home and at that rate it would be a very, very bad idea. (I think this vet was also a part of the national chain. I believe she used a local vet who also had a chain affiliation.)

Instead, he said he would do a $75 spay/neuter surgery at his vet's office.

My friend went ahead and had the operation at his vet's office. His vet was able to catch the spayed/neutered female right away so they knew she was in good shape and had a good recovery. The cost was $150.

I agree with dannysgirl about pricing being different based on surgery types. I would do the operation in the spring too and have a veterinarian do it. I have a friend that did it in the summer when he lived in Florida and it was very, very painful.

My friend took his puppy to see a vet who was part of a national chain. This vet suggested that he do a spay/neuter operation at home. This vet was going to charge them $600 for surgery and a follow up office visit. My friend's vet said that it was a terrible idea to do it at home and at that rate it would be a very, very bad idea. (I think this vet was also a part of the national chain. I believe she used a local vet who also had a chain affiliation.)

Instead, he said he would do a $75 spay/neuter surgery at his vet's office.

My friend went ahead and had the operation at his vet's office. His vet was able to catch the spayed/neutered female right away so they knew she was in good shape and had a good recovery. The cost was $150.


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