NOTICE: IF YOUR PET IS NOT STERILIZED, YOU MUST PRE-PAY FOR SPAY/NEUTER SURGERY BEFORE RECEIVING CLINIC SERVICES OTHER THAN A RABIES SHOT OR MICROCHIP.
CLINIC SERVICES OFFERED:
Spay/neuter surgery, routine preventative care, illness, lameness, skin issues and injuries that don't require X-ray
Spay/Neuter Surgery: Spay/Neuter Surgery: Call (850) 243-1525 or email for an appointment.
Other Services: No appointments. First come, first served from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding major holidays.
Up to 25 pounds: $102
25 – 35 pounds: $112
36 – 50 pounds: $132
50 pounds and over: $142
An E-Collar, a.k.a. “Cone of Shame” is REQUIRED for after surgery.
We can show you how to make a low-cost E-Collar. Otherwise, ours are $15.
The pet will receive a 24-hour pain shot. Additional pain medications to take home are optional and $15.
1-year rabies - $10
3-year rabies - $25 (Must have proof of rabies shot from previous year)
DHLP adult dog (distemper/parainflu/lepto/parvo) - $25
DHP puppy (distemper/parainflu/parvo) - $20
Bordatella dog - $25
H3N2/H3N8 dog - $20
Fvrcp cat - $25
Felv cat - $25
Heartworm test - $30
Felv/Fiv test - $36 (If cat goes outside, must get this test for Felv shot)
New patient fee - $5
Biohazard fee - $3
Veterinary exam - $30
Microchip - $20
Nail trim - $15
Anal gland expression - $20
Fecal flotation - $20
We also sell Nexgard, Catego and Milbeguard
The W.F. Thorne Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic opened in 1995 to reduce the number of stray animals in the community, assist individuals who can't afford veterinary services, and provide veterinary care for the animals in our shelter. With funding from PetSmart Charities, Florida Friendly Grants, and Build-A-Bear Foundation, PAWS has been able to continue low-cost spay/neuter programs.
All dogs and cats 3 months and older are required to receive a rabies vaccination administered by a licensed veterinarian. Either a one-year or a three-year vaccine may be used. It is illegal to vaccinate your own animals against rabies. The rabies vaccination tag should be attached to a collar or harness and worn by the pet at all times.