We specialize in spay & neuter and alternative sterilizations, however we offer a variety of surgical procedures for your dog. Take a look at them below and if you have any questions at all, feel free to call us at 937-630-3320 or drop us a note on our contact form.
This is the cost of a spay plus half the cost of a neuter. This occurs when your pet’s testicle(s) has not fully descended into the scrotal sac and one or more remain in the abdomen.
$600 to $1,300 depending on complexity, plus the cost of a spay. We only perform emergency C-sections and we require the patient to be spayed at the same time.
This is stone removal from the bladder. We highly recommend stone analysis, urine culture and sensitivity testing as well.
Blood fills the two layers of cartilage that make up the ear flap and must be drained out. Typically occurs secondary to infection, shaking head, or trauma.
Corrective eyelid surgery when eyelids either turn inwards or outwards excessively and create problems for the pet. Price is $100 for each additional lid.
The removal of the eye that leaves the eye muscles and remaining orbital contents intact. This could be for eyes that have suffered severe trauma, and in eyes that are otherwise blind and painful.
$960 to $1,440 depending on complexity. Feline limb amputation may be recommended because of cancer, severe trauma, or a birth defect which has resulted in a useless limb.
Safe and affordable neutering for cats of all ages and sizes. Patients will receive a small abdominal tattoo at no charge. This tattooing is the universally accepted method to identify a neutered animal.
$140 to $220 depending on complexity. If a female cat is known or found to be at least two weeks pregnancy during surgery, we charge an additional fee for the additional time and supplies related to completing the spay safely.
Safe and affordable spaying for cats of all ages and sizes. Female cats will receive a small abdominal tattoo at no charge. This tattooing is the universally accepted method to identify a spayed cat.
$1,015 to $1,625 (cats) and $1,175 to $2,565 (dogs) depending on complexity. This is when the end of the thigh bone that sits in hip joint is removed. We perform this surgery most often after a fracture of a bone.
$820 to $1,950 depending on complexity. A potentially life-threatening condition, when strange objects (foreign bodies) are ingested by your pet is unable to make it successfully through the intestinal tract, we help remove the object from the body.
$160 plus the cost of a neuter. This occurs when your pet’s testicles have not fully descended and one or more is found under the skin in the groin area.
Consultation with our veterinarian needed to provide cost estimate. A deep cut / tear of the flesh from trauma or infection. Unlike an incision with smooth edges, a laceration is often jagged and irregular.
Consultation with our veterinarian needed to provide cost estimate. With a mass removal, we highly recommend a histopathology analysis as well.
$420 to $1,000 depending on complexity, plus the cost of a spay. Pyometra is defined as an infection in the uterus. Pyometra is considered a serious and life threatening condition that must be treated quickly and aggressively.
Consultation with our veterinarian needed to provide cost estimate. Excess skin is removed to help treat chronic skin infections. Skin folds create a warm, humid environment and in the presence of moisture, bacteria can multiply, creating an infection in the fold.
Surgically removing part or all of the tail, for medical reasons only: severe wounds, tumors, and infections. Pets in Stitches does not offer cosmetic tail docking.
Surgically removing a toe to treat some severe conditions, traumas, fractures and deformities, when other remedies fail. Your pet can live pain-free while compensating well without the affected toe.
A few weeks after birth, the “belly button” closes. If the wall where the umbilical cord was does not close, surgery will prevent the possibly fatal complication of abdominal organs becoming entrapped.