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darrell June 13th, 2011 07:34 PM

Dog Neutering
 
I have a 5 year old boston terrier that needs to be neuter, trying to find a good price, what should one pay?

hazelrunpack June 13th, 2011 07:47 PM

Welcome to the board, darrell.

Your best bet might be to call around to vets in your area and get estimates. Most clinics around here will give a ballpark figure over the phone for a standard neuter. With luck, the ones in GTA will do the same. :fingerscr

Claudia36oh June 13th, 2011 09:38 PM

Hazel is right, ask around, the highest one I ever had was $ 120 for a Golden Retriever, good luck

2Greatbulldogs June 14th, 2011 09:58 AM

Inexpensive Spay / Neuter
 
Most major cities have clinics that provide less expensive spay / neuter (due to the massive problem of pet over population); You do not need to prove to be low income. This is all they do, so I would assume they are good at it and can handle all the possible complications etc. This is the toronto area link.

[url]http://www.spayneuter.ontariospca.ca/[/url]

2Greatbulldogs June 14th, 2011 10:19 AM

I am assuming GTA is 'Greater Toronta Area' ?

mona_b June 28th, 2011 11:46 PM

My daughter and SIL just had their pup done yesterday(poor baby is not a happy camper). They paid( I should say I paid) $406.:eek:. This was at Blue Cross on the Danforth. The majority of vets quoted the same. They tried to talk them into getting a lazer treatment for after the surgery. Apparently it's supposed to heal it quicker. That would have been almost $100 more.

What did your vet quote?

mona_b June 28th, 2011 11:50 PM

2Greatbulldogs, there is a huge waiting list for them. This is because they are a low cost s/n. We called. It was something like a 6 month wait.

doggiemadness October 29th, 2011 12:28 PM

Laser therapy applied to the surgical incision after surgery helps with post operative pain, reduces inflammation, and speeds wound healing. A friend of mine had their dog spayed at Blue Cross on the Danforth and the charge for laser therapy after surgery is $20 extra, not $100. Just thought I'd chime in with this correction. The laser therapy is optional and not a requirement.


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