but each pup, then 10% discount! We are in CT where prices for everything are a premium! Been with this vet 8 years and we do at least 2-4 litters a year. Most vets in CT will not touch ESN. Our vet is available to us 24/7 and is a specialist in reproductive vet. services. So I'm think up to $300-$400 would be fair here in CT???
Can East Coast/ New England Breeders please give me the average price of a vet spay/neuter for a 4-6 month old puppy? I have a litter of doodle babies that were born via emergency c-section. I would... more
I pay directly to the vet at the time of service (so I can check off that it was done) and I offer up to $250. I don't cover blood work or optional services, just spay/neuter and pain meds. Usually 9 ... more
I just paid $130 for neutering a 6 month old 52.5 pound male as his hips didn't work out for our breeding program. It cost me $170 for my 60 pound girl to be spayed as she has had her final litter... more
There are many more inexpensive ways to get around the outragous costs...here in Ga one program is below. Cost is 45 for a neuter and 68 for a spay...they send you a list of participating vets of... more
am willing to cover the entire cost of the procedure (in my case for an adolescent spay it is abour $250). If the family chooses to use their vet I will cover up to $250. I have seen spay bills for a ... more
My vet charges me much less but because of my volume and years as a client. I am sure you could get a better rate from your vet too but that is probably pretty close based on where in the country you ... more
No that's not for a single Debbie@Labradoodles by DJ,Tue Jun 19 06:38