CO•PAW WELLNESS CLINIC

CO•PAW's Animal Wellness Clinic caters to both canine and feline patients. We believe that all pets are deserving of high-quality care, regardless of the financial status of their owner. We are able to see both wellness visits, as well as sick visits. However, we are unable to perform radiographs at this time. 
 

Surgical Services

All surgery prices include pre-anesthetic exam, anesthesia and pain medication.

CANINES

Canine Neuter: $75
 

Canine Spay: 

  • Up to 30–pounds: $85

  • 30–50 pounds: $95

  • 50–70 pounds: $105

  • 70–90 pounds: $115

  • 90–110 pounds: $125

FELINES

Feline Neuter: $55

Feline Spay: $65

OPTIONAL SERVICES

Elizabethan Collar (Cone): $10

Bloodwork Mini-Screening: $25
Standard Blood Panel: $50

IV Catheter: $15 

Nail Trim: $10

Canine Wellness Services

Physical Examination: $22
An annual physical is recommended to ensure optimal health, and is required, by law, for rabies vaccinations.

RVT Examination: $16
Brief physical examination available only to patients who we have seen within the last year, and only for the following appointment types:

  • Vaccine boosters (first administration must be by a veterinarian)

  • Diagnostic Screenings (Including heartworm testing) 

Please note that there are no exam fees for nail trims, anal gland expressions, or microchip implantations. 

Heartworm Testing: $18
Heartworms are spread by mosquitos, and live in the heart and lungs of unprotected cats and dogs. Prevention is simple, economical and effective, while treatment is costly, painful, lengthy, and not always successful.

Heartworm & Tickborne Screening: $24
Tests for heartworms, in addition to the following tickborne diseases:

  • Anaplasma

  • Ehrlichia

  • Lyme Disease

Fecal Examination: $20

Screens for intestinal parasites. Recommended annually. 

Microchip Implantation with Lifetime Registration: $20

A microchip is a permanent form of identification placed beneath the skin. 

Rabies Vaccination (1-Year or 3-Year): $12

Rabies is a fatal neurological disease, and its vaccination is required by law. Includes county tag. 

DHPP (Distemper-Hepatitis-Parainfluenza-Parvo): $15.50
This combo vaccine protects against distemper, a fatal disease that takes two forms; neurological and respiratory. This vaccine also protects against parainfluenza, a not-so-fatal upper respiratory infection, along with parvo, a highly contagious, highly fatal disease that causes vomiting, bloody diarrhea, and lethargy, and often strikes in puppies.

DHLPP (Distemper-Hepatitis-Leptospirosis-Parainfluenza-Parvo): $20
All of the disease coverage of the DHPP vaccination, plus leptospirosis: This disease is carried in the urine of squirrels, raccoons, possums, deer and other wildlife, found in wooded areas, grassy fields, and also standing bodies of water. Leptospirosis causes acute kidney and liver failure and is fatal if left untreated.

Bordetella: $15.50
Bordetella bronchiseptica, also known as Kennel Cough, is commonly found in dog social areas-- boarding kennels, grooming salons, dog parks, and veterinary hospitals. Kennel cough is not usually fatal, but can pose problems for young puppies and seniors. 

Canine Influenza (H3N2 + H3N8): $18
Canine Influenza is found in similar situations as bordetella bronchiseptica-- kennels, grooming salons, dog parks, and veterinary hospitals. There are several strains of the virus, the most common being H3N2 and H2N8. 

Feline Wellness Services

Physical Examination: $22
An annual physical is recommended to ensure optimal health, and is required, by law, for rabies vaccinations.

RVT Examination: $16
Brief physical examination available only to patients who we have seen within the last year, and only for the following appointment types:

  • Vaccine boosters (first administration must be by a veterinarian)

  • Diagnostic Screenings (Including heartworm testing) 

Please note that there are no exam fees for nail trims, anal gland expressions, or microchip implantations. 

FeLV/FIV Testing: $22

Tests for Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, two retroviruses commonly found infecting cats who either live or spend time outdoors, or those who live together with other cats with unknown disease status.

Fecal Examination: $20

Screens for intestinal parasites. Recommended annually. 

Microchip Implantation with Lifetime Registration: $20

A microchip is a permanent form of identification placed beneath the skin. 

Rabies Vaccination (1-Year or 3-Year): $12

Rabies is a fatal neurological disease, and its vaccination is required by law. Includes county tag. 


Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis-Calicivirus-Panleukopenia (FVRCP) Vaccination: $15.50
FVRCP stands for Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia. Panleukopenia is oftentimes fatal, while Rhinotracheitis and Calicivirus are moderate to severe upper respiratory infections. 

Feline Leukemia Vaccination: $24.50
There is no cure for feline leukemia, and cats with the disease have an average lifespan of six months from contraction.