Office Visit $40
Heartworm Test $20 (not needed if tested within last 6 months)
Cost of Spay or Neuter or Specific Surgery
Anesthesia price to be determined by weight
Antibiotics may be administered and cost by severity
Blood Screening $50 for pets over 5yrs
E-Collar (cone) $10
Pain Meds $15
Bio Hazard Fee $3
Sign Consent Waiver Form - no charge
Pet Examination - $10
No matter what your pet's surgical needs, we can help. The veterinarians at United Humanitarians perform a wide-array of surgical procedures, including:
Soft tissue, abdominal and thoracic surgery
Joint and ligament surgery
Neck and back surgery for specific conditions
Intestinal and bladder surgery
Orthopedic surgery - cruciate ligament repair, patella luxation repair, hip problems and most long bone fractures.
Your pet deserves high-quality, stress-free surgical care. At United Humanitarians, your pet receives state-of-the-art surgery from our team of compassionate, highly-trained veterinarians and veterinary technicians. The latest monitoring technology, fully-equipped surgical suites and advanced anesthetic equipment are used in order to make your pet's surgery as safe, comfortable, stress-free and pain-free as possible.
Drop Off Pet 8am - 9am
Pick Up Pet - we will call you
No food after 8pm the night before surgery.
Pet can still drink water.
Anesthetized patients are closely observed by a trained licensed veterinary technician and doctor. You pet's pulse and oxygen blood level are continuously monitored by a pulse oximeter. The monitors are set to alert the doctor or technician at the first sign of deviation from normal.
State of the art injectable and gas anesthesia is used for all patients. Our anesthesia machines are calibrated and serviced regularly to ensure safe and accurate delivery of anesthesia. We have special gas anesthesia for high risk patients and pocket pets.
We address pain control in all our surgical patients. Pain level is gauged for each procedure and the appropriate pain control is used to keep your pet comfortable while he or she recuperates. We often use long-acting local anesthetics to completely eliminate any discomfort immediately after surgery.
A diagnosis of cancer can be frightening. However, many pets respond successfully to cancer treatments and therapy and go on to lead happy, healthy lives following treatment. Pets in need of chemotherapy or radiation therapy are referred to a local veterinary cancer specialist. After treatment, many of the follow up exams and blood tests are performed at our hospital while we work in conjunction with the specialist.
We help your pet safely recover from surgery with our comprehensive Pain Management Program, careful nursing care by our trained staff, special diets, and most importantly, gentle individualized attention and encouragement.