Service Pricing

At Barriefield Animal Hospital, our elective surgery fees are all-inclusive. For these types of surgeries (spay, neuter, routine dental cleaning), there are no separate fees for intravenous fluid therapy, anesthetic monitoring, or pain medication.

Our patients are continually monitored and supervised during the surgery by one of our Registered Veterinary Technicians (RVTs), who also carefully monitors each patient throughout the recovery period.

All surgical patients receive pain medication before, during, and after each procedure. Intravenous catheter placement and continuous intravenous fluid therapy are included with those surgeries requiring gas anesthesia. Having intravenous fluids on-board helps to maintain blood pressure which helps protect the kidneys, improves clearance of anesthetic drugs, and facilitates recovery afterwards.

We recommend bloodwork is run beforehand for surgical patients. Pre-anesthetic bloodwork evaluates vital organ function (liver, kidneys, blood glucose, electrolytes, complete blood count) before being anesthetized.

Pricing for Services Offered at Barriefield

  • Examination
  • Dental Care
  • Spay / Neuter Surgery
  • Microchip ID

Exams

Our "Exam/Office Visit" fee is $80. Our Office Visit fee includes a complete and thorough physical exam, nail trimming (if required), anal gland expression (if required), and blood collection (if required). We offer a 15% military discount off the examination portion of annual health exams, and a 10% multiple pet discount off the total fee for annual health exams and vaccinations.

We recommend annual health exams and customized vaccination schedules for all our patients, including indoor cats. This includes rabies vaccination - which helps to reduce the risk of rabies transmission to humans, and is a municipal by-law in Frontenac County.

Annual health examination and core vaccines (dogs or cats): $110*
* Actual cost may be less (between $98-$103) if only one core vaccination is due
* Military discount from examination portion of vaccination fee would be $11.70

Dental Work

Dental disease is a very common and significant problem in our companion animal population. Poor dental health can be extremely painful for your pet, and is often preventable. We strongly believe that maintaining dental health is a very important part of keeping your pet healthy. We recommend regular dental cleaning and assessment for all our patients. A complete oral health exam and treatment (COHAT) is performed while the patient is anesthetized, and includes dental probing/charting/cleaning/polishing.

Note: All of our routine dental cleaning and assessment fees include pre-anesthetic bloodwork, intravenous fluids, and pain medication (if required)

Routine dental cleaning and assessment: $370 (dogs and cats)
Routine dental cleaning and assessment, with full-mouth dental x-rays: $495 (dogs); $475 (cats)

Spay / Neuter Surgery

(prices include intravenous fluids)

Pre-operative bloodwork: $88

Female immature dog spays (8 months of age or less), according to weight:

  • Less than 10 kg: $315
  • 10 to 20 kg: $380
  • 20 to 40 kg: $425
  • Over 40 kg: $475

Female mature dog spays (8 months of age or greater), according to weight:

  • Less than 10 kg: $385
  • 10 to 20 kg: $425
  • 20 to 40 kg: $465
  • Over 40 kg: $510

Female cat spays (any age): $316

Male dog neuters (any age), according to weight:

  • Less than 10 kg: $300
  • 10 to 20 kg: $318
  • Over 20 kg: $340

Male cat neuters (any age, does not include intravenous fluids): $168

Microchip ID

If your pet cat or dog becomes lost, you are far more likely to be reunited if they are microchipped.

Microchips are designed to last the life of your pet, and are linked to a national database to retrieve contact information to help reunite you with your pet.

Microchip Implantation: $55

Dental Care: Did you know that dental disease is one of the top three medical problems in our pets today? Regular dental care is very important for your pet's health. Bad breath, discoloured teeth, red / swollen gums, and changes in your pet's eating habits can be signs of periodental disease.

Regular dental care is a must for your pet!

Dental disease may not only affect the mouth - bacterial and oral inflammation can affect the kidneys, heart, and liver. February and March are always "Dental Months" - during which a 10% discount is offered on dental services.