Spay & Neuter

Petnarian offers spay and neuter for any healthy cat or dog. Pets must be at least 3 months old and current on rabies and distemper vaccines. By appointment only.

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Health & Behavioral Benefits

Through neutering, you can help your dog or cat live a happier, healthier, longer life. Spaying eliminates the constant crying and nervous pacing of a female cat in heat. Spaying a female dog also eliminates the messiness associated with the heat cycle.

Neutering of male dogs and cats can prevent certain undesirable sexual behaviors, such as urine marking, humping, male aggression and the urge to roam. If you have more than one pet in your household, all the pets will generally get along better if they are neutered.

A long-term benefit of spaying and neutering is improved health for both cats and dogs. Spaying females prior to their first heat cycle nearly eliminates the risk of breast cancer and totally prevents uterine infections and uterine cancer. Neutering males prevents testicular cancer and enlargement of the prostate gland, and greatly reduces their risk for perianal tumors.

Spay & Neuter Prices


Neuter < 25 lbs.


Neuter 26-50 lbs.


Spay < 25 lbs.


Spay 26-50 lbs.





Neuter & 2 Feet Declaw


Neuter & 4 Feet Declaw




Spay & 2 Feet Declaw


Spay & 4 Feet Declaw


2 Feet Declaw


4 Feet Declaw


* Spay & Neuter price includes Anesthesia, Surgery, Ecg Monitoring and Antibiotic injection. 

The Cost of Neutering

The cost of caring for a pet, including providing veterinary care, should be considered before acquiring an animal. Many animal shelters offer low-cost spay/neuter services, and there are also many low-cost spay/neuter clinics across the country. The reality is that the cost associated with providing adequate care for just one litter of puppies or kittens is often more than the cost of spaying or neutering. The cost of feeding, worming and first vaccinations for a litter can be upwards of $200 to $300. You must also consider that there could be complications with the birth that require hospitalization or surgery. You will also be faced with finding good homes for the offspring yourself or placing more animals into your local shelter. The cost of the well-being of not just your companion animal, but of future generations, should be considered.


I have been going to see Dr Marwaha 20+ years. He and his staff are kind and caring. He listens to my concerns and takes a comprehensive approach to identifying and ruling out diagnosis. His staff follows up in a timely fashion with my questions and concerns. He has opened his office early for me and stayed late for pet emergencies. When necessary, he has referred me to specialty hospitals and called ahead to the intake hospital to let them know I was coming and to transfer records.


Sooo... I Have a Few Questions...

When can I have this procedure done?

What are some of the health and behavioral benefits?

Isn't it wrong to deprive an animal of the natural right to reproduce? 

If I find homes for my pet's litters, then I won't contribute to the problem, right?

Shouldn't every female pet have at least one litter before being spayed? 

Shouldn't children experience the miracle of birth?

Doesn't neutering alter an animal's personality?

Won't animal shelters take care of the surplus animals?