Pricing

Surgery Price List

Cost

  Feline Procedures
  Neuter  $45.00
  Spay  $75.00
  Canine Neuter  
  Small Dog (Under 25 lbs)  $80.00  
  Medium Dog (26 – 50 lbs)  $90.00  
  Large Dog (51 – 80 lbs)  $100.00  
  Extra Large Dog (81 – 100 lbs)  $110.00  
  Giant Breed Dog (Over 100 lbs)  $120.00  
 
  Canine Spay  
  Small Dog (Under 25 lbs)  $95.00  
  Medium Dog (26 – 50 lbs)  $105.00  
  Large Dog (51 – 80 lbs)  $120.00  
  Extra Large Dog (81 – 100 lbs)  $140.00  
  Giant Breed Dog (Over 100 lbs)  $160.00  
  Additional Surgery Fees
  Feline Cryptorchid Neuter  $50
  Feline in Heat / Pregnant / Obese / Over 2 yrs old  $20
  Feline Hernia Repair  $25
  Canine Cryptorchid Neuter  $85
  Canine in Heat / Pregnant / Obese / Over 2 yrs old  $25 – 100
  Canine Hernia Repair  $35 – 85

Price list as of 9/25/2017 

Butte Humane Society accepts cash & all major credit cards. We do not accept checks, donations excluded. We do not accept Care Credit.

In accordance with California Rabies Laws and Regulations, 12690, item b, every dog over the age of four months shall be vaccinated against rabies. The law does not require rabies vaccinations for cats.  However, because of the high incidence of rabies in Butte County, the BHS Spay/Neuter Clinic requires that all cats and kittens over the age of three months be vaccinated. This is necessary for the health of the cat, the safety of family members and friends and our clinic staff.  If an unvaccinated cat scratches or bites someone, it must be quarantined for an extended period of time.

Vaccination & Supply Pricing

  Vaccines   Advantage (Take Home Single Month Supply)
  Rabies  $14.00   Feline (Under 9 lbs)  $13.00
  DHLPP  $22.50   Feline (Over 9 lbs)  $13.00
  FVRCP  $19.00   Canine (2 – 10 lbs)  $15.00
  Bordetella  $20.00   Canine (11 – 20 lbs)  $15.00
  Leukemia  $23.00   Canine (21 – 55 lbs)  $15.00
  Rattlesnake  $23.00   Canine (56 – 100 lbs)  $15.00
  Tests   Frontline (Take Home Single Month Supply)
  FIV / FeLV Test **  $40.00   Canine (4 – 22 lbs)  $15.00
  Feline Leukemia Test **  $25.00   Canine (23 – 44 lbs)  $17.00
  Heartworm Test **  $23.00   Canine (45 – 88 lbs)  $18.00
  Parvo Test **  $25.00   Canine (89 – 132 lbs)  $20.00
  Additional Services   Products
  Capstar Flea Treatment  $6 – 7   Engraved Tags *  $6.45
  Pyrantel Dewormer  $6.00   Elizabethan Collar  $10.00
  Canine Tri-Heart (2 – 25 lbs) **  $27.00   Cardboard Carrier  $5.00
  Canine Tri-Heart (26 – 50 lbs) **  $37.00
  Canine Tri – Heart (51 – 100 lbs) **  $47.00
  Feline Heartgard (5 – 15 lbs) **  $30.00
  Microchip  $21.00

* Only available at our Dog Adoption Center

** To buy heartworm prevention or have your pet tested, your dog or cat must have been examined by our veterinarian within the last year. Prices shown are for a 6-month supply.

Recommended Vaccination Protocol for Canine & Feline

While residing at an animal shelter, pets are under more stress than in a home environment. To help keep the animals as healthy as possible, they are given vaccines according to the tables below. These are the vaccines your adopted pet received while under our care. Due to financial constraints, we are only able to provide core vaccines to our dogs and cats. We highly recommend FeLV vaccines for cats, and Rattlesnake vaccines for dogs. Heartworm prevention is a prescription medication and can be purchased from our clinic if your adopted dog was examined by our staff veterinarian during their stay.

California State Law requires that dogs 16 weeks and older need to be current on their Rabies vaccinations, however as of January 1st, 2014, owners have the option of vaccinating their dog as young as 12 weeks old.

Canine Vaccinations

Vaccine
Minimum Age
Booster  
Good Until
Second Booster
  DHPPL – Puppy   6 weeks Every 3 – 4 weeks 18 weeks old & at least 3 vaccines Yearly
  DHPPL – Adult   N / A Once in 3 – 4 weeks Total of 2 vaccines Yearly
  Bordetella   6 weeks N / A N / A Yearly if exposed to other dogs
  Rattlesnake   16 weeks 25 – 100 lbs
Once in 3 – 4 weeks
Total of 2 vaccines Every 6 months or every spring, 1 month before ‘snake season’
Under 25 lbs /
over 100 lbs

Every 3 – 4 weeks
Total of 3 vaccines
  Rabies   16 weeks First vaccine lasts 1 year, subsequent vaccines last 3 years 

 

Feline Vaccinations

Vaccine
Minimum Age
Booster  
Good Until
Second Booster
  FVRCP – Kitten   6 weeks Every 3 – 4 weeks 18 weeks old & at least 3 vaccines Yearly
  FVRCP – Adult   N / A Once in 3 – 4 weeks Total of 2 vaccines Yearly
  FeLV   10 weeks Once in 3 – 4 weeks Total of 2 vaccines Yearly
  Rabies   12 weeks First vaccine lasts 1 year, subsequent vaccines last 3 years