By submitting a spay/neuter surgery request through the form below, we cannot guarantee a surgery for the time/day requested. We will contact you via email or phone confirming your appointment or to schedule a new time if there is a conflict. Please watch for a confirmation email.
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Rabies Vaccination Required
Paper certificate of current rabies vaccination is required at time of drop off, or there will be an additional $15 fee for vaccination with surgery. Rabies vaccine is required by Indiana state law.
Pets Alive does not have an ultrasound machine, and we cannot check for possible pregnancy prior to spay. If your pet has been outside unattended or lives with intact males, there may be a chance of pregnancy that we cannot predict. If you already know or suspect your pet is pregnant, we can still proceed with the spay. Please be aware that the spay will terminate any pregnancy, at an additional cost of $15.
Occasionally, there may be additional charges depending on each animal’s individual needs and circumstances. Please understand that we will automatically do what is medically necessary to keep each animal healthy and safe during surgery. Common examples include repairing open hernias ($15), termination of pregnancies ($15), cryptorchid/undescended testicle retrieval ($15), flea treatment ($5) or extra subcutaneous fluids ($5-10). We will call to alert you of extra fees prior to pickup.
We require that all clients follow the pre- and post-operative instructions to ensure the health and safety of their cat or dog. We cannot be held responsible for complications resulting from client failure to follow these instructions. Please review the client instructions in full before requesting a surgery. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call prior to surgery at (812) 349-1349.
Pets Alive recommends fully vaccinating your pet before spay/neuter.
We are a high-volume clinic, and while we keep everything as clean and sterile as possible, we cannot control for airborne viruses. Therefore, we recommend every animal be fully vaccinated at least two weeks prior to surgery. We cannot be held responsible for complications resulting from contagious diseases for which the animal was not properly vaccinated.
We offer low-cost vaccinations at our walk-in Wellness Clinic.