Cat Services

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Choose a Surgery

We offer a wide variety of surgeries to support your pet's health and wellness. When choosing from the list below, be sure to look for special considerations using the indicators. Please note that some are recommended during other surgeries.

Required with Surgery

Recommended with Surgery

Optional with Surgery

Wellness

Note that Wellness services need to be scheduled along with your surgery or as an afternoon appointment.

Spaying & Neutering

Our spaying and neutering is safe and affordable for pets of all ages and sizes. You will find our prices considerably lower than full-service veterinarian clinics in the Dayton area. Patients will receive a small abdominal tattoo at no charge. This tattooing is the universally accepted method to identify a spayed or neutered animal.

Feline Spay

$290

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.

Feline Neuter

$210

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.

Abdominal Cryptorchid

TBD

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.

Inguinal Cryptochid

TBD

$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.

Caesarian Section

TBD

$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.

Pyometra

TBD

$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.

General

Our general surgeries are available to support the health and wellness of your pet.

Mass Removal

TBD

Consultation with our veterinarian needed to provide cost estimate. With a mass removal, we highly recommend a histopathology analysis as well.

Laceration Repair

TBD

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.

Skin Fold Excision

TBD

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.

Ear Hematoma Drainage

$700

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.

Umbilical Hernia Repair Add-On

$165

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.

Optional with Surgery

Eyes

Our optical surgeries are available for pets with eye issues.

Enucleation

$740

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.

Ectropion/Entropion

$500

Corrective eyelid surgery when eyelids either turn inwards or outwards excessively and create problems for the pet. Price is $100 for each additional lid.

Gastrointestinal

Our gastrointestinal surgeries support the health and wellness of your pet's stomach.

Foreign Body Removal

TBD

$820 to $1,850 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.

Orthopedic

Our orthopedic surgeries are safe and comprehensive for dogs and cats with orthopedic conditions, including the need for an amputation. Orthopedic surgery is the most effective procedure for correcting an affected bone or joint and returning the patient to a normal state of health.

Feline Limb Amputation

TBD

$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.

Toe Amputation

$855

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.

Tail Amputation

$515

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.

Femoral Head Ostectomy (FHO)

TBD

$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.

Urinary

Our urinary surgeries are safe and affordable. The urinary system or tract includes the kidneys, the ureters (tubes that connect the kidneys to the bladder), the bladder, and the urethra (the tube through which urine exits the body).

Cystotomy

$955

This is stone removal from the bladder. We highly recommend stone analysis, urine culture and sensitivity testing as well.

Choose a Service

We offer a wide variety of services to support your pet's health and wellness. When choosing from the list below, be sure to look for special considerations using the indicators. Please note that the wellness services need to be scheduled along with your surgery or you are welcome to schedule an afternoon appointment.

Required with Surgery

Recommended with Surgery

Optional with Surgery

Wellness

Note that Wellness services need to be scheduled along with your surgery or as an afternoon appointment.

General

Our general services are affordable and quite common when it comes to supporting the wellness of your pet.

Microchip

$50

A microchip will identify your lost pet, allowing for a speedy recovery. This fee includes the microchip implantation and registration. For more information, you can visit AKC Reunite.

Wellness

Nail Trim

$20

If you struggle to trim your pet’s nails, we are here to help! It is very easy for us to perform a close nail trim when your pet is sedated.

Wellness

Soft Claw Caps

$40

If your cat scratches people or furniture, we can apply soft, plastic caps to the front claws, in addition to a close nail trim. These caps typically last four weeks and we can reapply them again for $50.

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Ear Clean

$25

Pets in Stitches offers pets with deep ear cleanings. These deep cleaning sessions are easy to perform while your pet is sedated.

Wellness

Ear Slide for Mites

$40

Ear mites are tiny insects that live in cat’s ear and feed on their blood. Infections can be very itchy and painful. so if we suspect an ear mite infection, we will discuss diagnosis and treatment options with you.

Wellness

Anal Gland Expression

$35

If you find your pet scooting its rear on the floor or if they have a history of full anal glands, we can easily express them while your pet is sedated.

Wellness

Tapeworm Treatment

$45

Tapeworm is an intestinal parasie transmitted when a dog or cat ingests an infected flea or rodent. Does not transfer directy from pet to pet.

Wellness

Precautionary

Our precautionary services can be provided in order to avoid any health or wellness issues for your pet.

Bloodwork

TBD

Price varies depending on exact tests necessary. Bloodwork is required prior to surgery for patients six to eight years of age and older. This helps identify underlying health issues and determine which medications are safe for your pet.

Required with Surgery

Heartworm Prevention

TBD

Please call our clinic for pricing. Convenient and affordable prevention medicine that you administer monthly to your dog, keeping them happy and healthy.

Wellness

Stone Analysis

$60

Evaluates the composition of bladder and kidney stones to determine the cause of their formation and guide treatment. About a two week turn around for results.

In Surgery

Our in surgery services are required during your pet's surgery if the circumstances apply.

Intravenous Fluids

$100

Intravenous fluids that will support your pet’s organs during surgery. This may be required for some patients and optional for others.

Flea Treatment

$20

If your pet has live fleas, we’re required to give them a Capstar tablet. These tablets are fast-acting and begin working within 30 minutes, guaranteeing to kill almost all adult fleas within four hours of ingestion.

Required with Surgery

Feline Pregnancy

TBD

$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.

Required with Surgery

Dental

Our dental cleaning package includes: all non-surgical extractions, pain medication, ultrasonic scaling, polishing and sealing. We do not offer dental radiograph, so we are limited on some of the services we can provide and disease we can identify. For full dental care, including dental radiographs, you may contact Bigger Road Veterinary Clinic or your local veterinarian.

Dental Cleaning

$455

Ultrasonic scaling, polishing, and sealing.

Adult Teeth Extraction Add-On

TBD

The extraction add-on package includes: any and all necessary extractions and take-home pain medications and antibiotics. This is in addition to dental cleaning package. Consultation with our veterinarian needed to provide cost estimate.

Optional with Surgery

Baby Canine Tooth Extraction

$30

If an adult canine tooth erupts without pushing the deciduous tooth out, the deciduous tooth is called “retained” and should be removed to reduce the risk of infection, fracture, and dental disease.

Optional with Surgery

Baby Incisor or Premolar Extraction

$25

If an adult incisor or premolar tooth erupts without pushing the deciduous tooth out, the deciduous tooth is called “retained” and should be removed to reduce the risk of infection, fracture, and dental disease.

Optional with Surgery

Vaccines

We follow vaccination guidelines established by the American Animal Hospital Association and Association of Feline Practioners.

Rabies Vaccine

TBD

$40 (one year) / $55 (three year)
All dogs and cats 12 weeks and older must have current rabies vaccination in Montgomery County. If a certificate is not provided at admission, we are required to administer the vaccine during surgery.

Required with Surgery

Feline Leukemia

$45

Protects cats and kittens from feline leukemia viruses. *FeLV testing required prior!

Wellness

Rhinotracheitis and Panleukopenia

$40

Protects cats against common diseases, including upper respiratory diseases.

Wellness

Euthanasia

The decision to euthanize a pet is often a difficult one. Pets In Stitches believes this step should also have an affordable option.

Euthanasia

$125

Appointment only. Call 937-630-3320 for information. Examination and associated fee may also be required.

Testing

Pets seven months and older must have a heartworm test performed within the past six months.

FeLV / FIV

$55

Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) are serious infections. It is important to know your cat’s FeLV and FIV status to provide the best care possible.

Wellness

Choose a Product

We offer a few affordable products to support your pet's health and wellness.

Required with Surgery

Recommended with Surgery

Optional with Surgery

Wellness

Note that Wellness services need to be scheduled along with your surgery or as an afternoon appointment.

Take-Home

Our take-home products will continue supporting the health and wellness of your pet after you leave our clinic.

Pain Medication

TBD

Pain medications used during surgery and 3 days take-home medication for pain and inflammation are included at no additional fee. *Not a sedative.

Required with Surgery

Yesterday's News

$10

We sell recycled newspaper pellets for a cat litter substitute. Regular cat litter may get into the cat’s neuter incision and cause problems.

Trap Rental for Free-Roaming Cats

$50

We provide humane traps to catch free-roaming cats for you to rent and use. You will be refunded $30 when the trap is returned clean and in working condition.

Cardboard Carrier

$12

We offer cardboard carriers for your use before and after surgery. Being in an enclosed, protected environment helps your pet feel safe.

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