Veterinary Services

Does your pet need to see a veterinarian? Our programs can help!

At Better Together Animal Alliance, we believe in providing compassionate and high-quality care to ensure the well-being of your beloved pets. We currently offer spay and neuter services as well as support through our Helpline to the community. 

Spay and Neuter Services

Prices include a veterinarian exam, anesthesia and monitoring, surgery, and pain control during and after the surgery. See below for additional fees that may arise while your pet is in our care.

Dog spay and neuter services also include nail trimming. 

All spay and neuter services include a free microchip courtesy of the ASPCA. 

Cats
Neuter: $65
Spay: $80

Dog Spay
0-30lbs: $90
31-50lbs: $110
51-75 lbs: $165
76-100 lbs: $195
101+ lbs.: $220

Dog Neuter
0-30lbs: $70
31-50lbs: $90
51-75 lbs: $135
76-100 lbs: $160
101+ lbs.: $200

Schedule Online!

Online scheduling makes it easy for you to view availability and book your services. Be sure to select your dog’s weight for spay/neuter services for accurate pricing. A $20 deposit is required. 

Questions? Call 208-265-7297 ext. 107

After Care Instructions: 

We will give you a copy of post-surgery instructions but a copy can be found here:

Emergency Care: 

If you need immediate assistance with your pet, or if you’re experiencing a pet emergency outside of normal veterinary operating hours, contact  Family Pet Urgent Care at (208) 946-4100 or visit familypeturgentcare.com. 

Vaccination Services - Dogs

  • $15 DAPP (Distemper Vaccine) 
  • $15 Rabies – 12 weeks and up 
  • $15 Bordetella Nasal
  • $10 Dewormer 
  • $20 Topical Flea/Tick Treatment

Vaccination Services - Cats

  • $15 FVRCP (feline herpes and feline distemper)
  • $15 Rabies – 12 weeks and up
  • $10 Bordetella 
  • $20 Topical Flea/Tick/Mite Treatment

Additional Information

Belly Tatoo

Every pet spayed at our clinic will receive a small, green tattoo next to their incision to inform future caregivers that the pet no longer has internal reproductive organs. If the pet is ever lost or rehomed, a tattoo can help the pet avoid unnecessary, invasive surgery.

Pre-operative Exam

Some pets require a preoperative exam and bloodwork to reduce risk. Examples of pets that fall into this category are:

  • Brachycephalic dog breeds (Bulldogs, Pugs, Boston Terriers, French Bulldogs, Boxers, Shih Tzus, etc.) 
  • Pets with previous disorders (seizures, bleeding) 
  • Pets over 5 years old (dogs) and 7 years old (cats) 
  • Pets that are obese
  • Pets on medications that treat thyroid, kidney, or other chronic issues

Pets in these categories may have higher risks associated with surgery. Failure to schedule a preoperative exam before your surgery may result in cancellation or additional fees.

Additional Fees May Include

  • Medication Dispensing Fee   $7
  • In Heat  (female dog only)   $50
  • Pregnancy  $50-$100
  • Brachycephalic Breeds $30
  • Aggressive behavior (depending on the weight and extra medication) $45 (owner may need to be present)
  • E-Collars Requested/Recommendation $4+ depending on size
  • Cryptorchid (undescended testicles) $50+
  • Senior/at risk $45+
  • Pre-Surgery Blood Work (required for some pets)  $65
  • Capstar Flea Medication (automatically given if fleas are present) $10

We understand that every pet owner’s situation is unique. To learn more about our payment options and the availability of free or low-cost services, please contact us at 208-265-7297 ext. 107 or email [email protected]. Our team is here to assist you and provide the information you need to make the best decisions for your pet’s health.

Please note: These services do not include our Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program for community cats. For more information about our TNR program, click here.