We do not treat sick or injured animals. If your pet is injured, ill, in a cast, or has an upper respiratory infection, skin conditions, eye infections or any other medical issues, please see your regular full-service veterinarian for treatment. Only healthy animals will be approved for surgery.
We recommend that all animals coming to our clinic or using our transport service be current on all of their vaccinations (rabies, distemper/parvo and bordetella vaccines for dogs; rabies, FVRCP and feline leukemia vaccines for cats). Please note that it generally takes at least 2 weeks for vaccines to be effective.
How much does it cost?
UCAN offers the most affordable spay/neuter surgeries in the Greater Cincinnati area. As a nonprofit clinic, we are dedicated to ensuring that everyone has access to our services. Our current prices, excluding any specials, are:
Cat Spay or Neuter: $20 (Until December 31, 2014)
Female Dog Spay: $75*
Male Dog Neuter: $65*
*For dogs over 75 pounds there is an additional charge of $20.00, and for dogs over 100 pounds an additional charge of $40.00.
*We strongly recommend an E-Collar for dogs ($6). An e-collar is a cone-shaped piece of plastic that is worn around the neck for at least 7 days to prevent the pet from licking the incision.
We accept Cash, VISA and Mastercard only. There is a $1.00 processing fee for paying with a credit card. There is a no-fee ATM machine located conveniently across the street from the clinic.
Proof of a current rabies vaccine (rabies certificate or vet record) is required at time of surgery. An undated rabies tag on the collar or a passport completed by you is not sufficient proof. If you do not have proof, your pet will receive a one-year rabies vaccine at the time of surgery for an additional cost of $10.
UCAN offers the following additional services at the time of surgery. Prices are subject to change at any time.
We do not declaw cats. If you are going to declaw your cat,we recommend that you have the spay/neuter surgery done at the same time by a full-service veterinarian so the cat only has to undergo anesthesia once.
Call 513-721-7387 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday to schedule an appointment.