Butte Humane Society accepts cash & all major credit cards. Sorry, we do not accept checks or Care Credit for service fees.
Wellness and Preventative Exams
*Return Patient pricing applies only after the pet has been examined as a new patient.
Feline Surgery Price List
Canine Surgery Price List
|Animal Weight||Neuter Price||Spay Price|
|Small Dog (Under 25 lbs)||$130.00||$150.00|
|Medium Dog (26 – 50 lbs)||$140.00||$160.00|
|Large Dog (51 – 80 lbs)||$150.00||$175.00|
|Extra Large Dog (81 – 100 lbs)||$165.00||$190.00|
|Giant Breed Dog (Over 100 lbs)||$175.00||$220.00|
Additional Surgery Fees
|Feline Cryptorchid Neuter||$50.00+|
|Feline in Heat/Pregnant/Obese/Over 2 yrs old||$10-50.00|
|Feline Hernia Repair||$25.00+|
|Canine Cryptorchid Neuter||$85.00+|
|Canine in Heat/Pregnant/Obese/Over 2 yrs old||$25-100.00|
|Canine in Heat < 2 yrs old||$25-100.00|
|Canine Hernia Repair||$35-85.00|
*These charges are approximate and can vary based on severity.
*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.
**To purchase heartworm prevention or have your pet tested, your dog or cat must have been examined by our veterinarian within the last 12 months.
***If microchip is received at the time of spay/neuter, you receive a $10.oo discount
Service and Price list updated 9/30/2022. Available services and prices are subject to change at any time.