Cost includes rabies and distemper vaccinations if needed, e-collar (plastic cone) for all dogs and female cats, plus complimentary nail trim.
- Cats: $70
- Dogs under 40 lbs: $110
- Dogs 40-90 lbs: $145
- Dogs over 90 lbs: $195
Available for additional charge:
- microchip ($20; recommended for all pets)
- flea preventatives
- de-worming treatments
- additional surgical services as needed (costs vary).
$25 for the visit, plus the cost of any additional tests/medications prescribed by our vet.
PAWS provides exams and treatments for common conditions.
We also offer wellness visits: preventive medical care is the most important thing you can do to help your pet live a long, healthy life. It’s more than just shots! While annual vaccinations are important, a complete yearly wellness visit with a vet is key to detecting and preventing illness.
For basic services listed below only. If your pet is sick, please make an appointment.
• Rabies and distemper vaccinations: $25 per animal
• Other vaccinations as needed: $12-25
• Nail trimming: $10
• Microchipping: $20
• FIV/FeLV testing: $25
• De-worming: $5-14
• Flea treatment: $14-16
Frequently Asked Questions
Are the clinic services offered by PAWS right for me?
PAWS’ low-cost Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinics serve pet owners who have difficulty affording or lack access to basic veterinary care, and rescue organizations that need affordable services to carry out their lifesaving work. While PAWS does not have income restrictions, we do ask that if you are able to afford care at a full-service veterinarian’s office you do so, so that we can prioritize care for the pets who would not otherwise get treated.
Can PAWS be my primary veterinarian?
PAWS is not a full-service veterinary practice, and we are not able to provide x-rays or overnight care. If you are able to afford it, we recommend that you establish a relationship with a full-service veterinarian. If not, we will be happy to serve you and your pet to the best of our ability.
Does PAWS offer free services for people with ACCESS cards or payment plans?
Unfortunately, PAWS is not able to offer free services. We keep our prices as low as possible in order to serve the greatest number of pet owners who cannot afford to go elsewhere. We cannot accept payments through Care Credit. PAWS accepts cash, debit, or credit cards. Payment is due at the time services are provided.
How should I prepare to bring my pet to PAWS?
All pets must be on a leash or in a carrier. Dogs should be wearing a well fitted collar or harness. If your puppy has not had all of its shots, please carry them in your arms or in a carrier; walking on the ground exposes them to disease they are not yet immune to. Your cat must be in a carrier for their own safety, even if they don’t mind being carried in your arms (there may be dogs in our lobby that are not cat-friendly!). If you do not have a carrier, you can use a box with air holes; we also sell cat carriers if you would like to purchase one.
I have a spay/neuter appointment for my pet. What instructions should I follow and what will the day of surgery be like?
Please read these instructions for important things to keep in mind before surgery, the day of, and afterward.
Should I spay or neuter my pet?
What flea treatment and heartworm preventative is available at PAWS?
PAWS carries Paradefense, Revolution, Bravecto, and Tri-Heart. Heartworm preventative requires a yearly exam and prescription by one of our veterinarians, or a valid prescription from an outside veterinarian. Dogs should ideally be kept on heartworm preventative year-round; dogs that are only on heartworm preventative during the warmer months will need a test every year before restarting their medication in the spring. Puppies under 6 months of age can be started on preventatives without a test.
Paradefense does not require a prescription or an appointment, but you must know the weight of your dog or cat. Cat dosing is based on whether they are below or above 9 pounds. If you would like to purchase Tri-Heart or Revolution, your pet must have been seen by PAWS in the last year and dogs require a negative heartworm test.
Should I bring anything to my pet’s appointment?
If you have any previous medical records for your pet, including vaccination records, emergency room visits, and routine care visits, please bring them to your appointment.
If your pet is vomiting, has diarrhea, or any other intestinal issues, please bring a stool sample with you. To obtain a stool sample, use a small plastic bag to pick up a small piece of your animal’s poop, tie it up, and place the bag in the refrigerator until your appointment.