dvm2 (29)Effective October 31st: The Rascal Animal Hospital and Emergency Care is open 8 am to 8 pm / 7 days a week year-round. A veterinarian will be on site or on call 24 hours a day to provide care to hospitalized patients. Also, there will be a registered veterinarian technician with other staff members present for hospitalized patients.

*** Pricing is subject to change ***

Starting August 1st Comprehensive exams will be walk in only.

Wellness Exams:
Wellness Exam for vaccine or general healthy check up (does not include wellness procedures or vaccines): $17.50 w/appointment
Wellness Exam for vaccine or general healthy check up (does not include wellness procedures or vaccines): $32.50 (8am-8pm)
Holiday Wellness Exam: $52.50 (8am-8pm)

Comprehensive Exams:
Comprehensive Exam (sick, extensive evaluation, extended consultation): $47.50 (8am-8pm)
$32.50 (additional pets in same visit)
Holiday Comprehensive Exam: $67.50 (8am-8pm)

Drop-off fee / Day board: $10

Bloodwork only office fee: $3 (for blood testing that does not require an exam)

Technician Appointment (does not require a vet exam): $5

Nail Trim: $5-10 (fractious pets may incur sedation charges)

Anal Sac Expression: $17

Individuals with 2 or more sick pets from the same household in the same visit will pay $47.50 for the first pet and $32.50 for the additional pets

Dental exams: $17.50 – tech visit, no appointment needed. (Just for dental estimate. If the pet has dental problems that must be addressed that day they will be charged for a doctor consult plus any medications or services provided).

*Daytime and After-Hours fees apply on a per pet basis, not per client. These fees are in addition to the examination fees.

Payment is required at time of service. Thank you for coming to Rascal Animal Hospital!

Vaccinations:

Dogs:
DHLPP  $12
Bordetella  $14
Lyme Disease $26                                           .
Rabies (1 or 3 year): $10

Cats:
FVRCP  $12
Leukemia $15

Replacement Rabies Tag (current year only): $5.00

Microchips (Save This Life): $26

 

Routine Laboratory Testing:

4DX (Heartworm, Lyme, Ehrlichia, Anaplasma): $20

Fecal Exam: $35

Canine Junior Wellness with 4Dx (7 years or younger): $55

Feline Junior Wellness test with Heartworm and FeLV/FIV (7 years or younger): $82

Canine Senior Wellness with 4DX (7 years or older): $115

Feline Senior Wellness with FeLV/FIV test (7 years or older): $129

Pre-Anesthetic Profile: $45-80

Feline Leukemia and FIV testing: $40

Spay / Neuter Fees:

*** Pet Owners meeting government assistance guidelines qualify for spay/neuter discounts ***

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Dogs:

Female Male
Up to 20 lbs $95 $85
20 to 40 lbs $100 $90
40 to 60 lbs $105 $95
60 to 80 lbs $115 $105
80 to 100 lbs $125 $115
100 to 150 lbs $145 $145
Over 150 lbs $170 $170

 

Cats:                        $50                  $40

Feral / Stray cats can receive an ear notch upon caretaker request at no additional charge. This will help identify the cat as already altered in the event another individual or group traps it for sterilization.

Rabbits, Guinea Pigs: $90 for both males and females

Rats, Sugar Gliders: $90 males only

Pot Belly Pigs: Pricing same as dogs plus $20. Weight limit 60 lbs.

Additional Charges apply for pregnant pets, dogs in heat, and cryptorchid males (retained testicle). Full estimate will be given when you drop off. Proof of current Rabies vaccine is required for all elective procedures (spay, neuter, cat front declaw). Proof must be in the form of a vaccine certificate or acceptable printed receipt from a licensed veterinarian showing owner, patient information, and veterinarian information. If we are unable to verify proof of Rabies vaccination, we will administer the vaccine for $9.00

C-Sections: Estimate based on condition and size of dog (average $250-500).

All C-Section patients will be sterilized at the time of surgery.

Dogs rear dewclaw removal: $15-45 per side plus sedation/anesthesia

(We do not remove front dewclaws unless medically necessary)

*Additional charges apply for pain medication and preanesthetic bloodwork based on patient age and size*

Dental Procedures:

Dental estimates are provided as a range upon examination since the actual needs of each individual patient are not known until the patient has a thorough examination and radiographs under anesthesia. The average routine dental ranges between $250-400 and advanced dentals can sometimes be as high as $500-700. Dental procedures include:

Dental Cleaning

Extractions if indicated

Anesthesia time

IV Catheter and Fluids

Pre-Anesthetic bloodwork*

ECG with Cardiologist review

Dental radiographs or CT

Antibiotics if indicated

Pain medication if indicated

Additional procedures as needed including gingival flaps, abcess treatment, or other therapies.

*Bloodwork is optional for patients under age of 7 years old with minimal dental disease. Old, sick, and debilitated patient as well as patients with severe dental disease must have bloodwork prior to anesthesia.

Advanced Surgical Procedures:

The Rascal Animal Hospital is able to provide a variety of soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries including entropion correction, cherry eye replacement, cranial cruciate tear stabilization, patellar luxation repair, fracture repair and abdominal exploratory. Due to the many factors affecting the final estimate we cannot give accurate price estimates over the phone. All pets must be examined by one of our doctors prior to scheduling a procedure unless they are being referred by another veterinary facility. If a staff member offers you a range over the phone, please keep in mind this is based on average. Your pet’s procedure may be lower or higher than any amount given over the phone. If the procedure your pet requires cannot be provided at our facility, we will give you referral information for continued care.

Information on cat declawing

At the Rascal Animal Hospital, we no longer perform cat declaws. This is usually an unnecessary procedure with many possible complications. It also leaves cats defenseless in the event they escape or are allowed to be indoor/outdoor or outdoor only. Cats are more likely to develop behavioral problems (aggression, fear, urine marking) after declawing procedures. There are many safe alternatives for declawing and they can be found at AVMA Flyer on Declawing.

In medically required circumstances, we will make exceptions. When declawing is performed, the Rascal Animal Hospital surgeons utilize a CO2 laser for the procedure. RAH has invested in CO2 laser technology to provide better surgical care as well as less surgical pain and decreased hospital stay. For more information or questions please email info@rascalanimalhospital.com.

Declawing should only be done as a last resort and, if done, proper pain control is extremely important. At Rascal Animal Hospital pain medication is not optional. Whenever possible, please consider humane alternatives to this procedure. We reserve the right to refuse declawing procedures to patients based on age, health condition or other risks.

We will no longer accept checks as a form of payment.

Acceptable forms of payment:
Credit/Debit Cards
Cash
Care Credit
Money Order
RAH Gift Card