All spay/neuter surgeries include: A Basic Vet Exam*, 24 Hour NSAIDs Injection During Surgery, 2 Days of NSAIDs (medication for pain and swelling) to take home, and a Found Animals Micro-chip with Lifetime Registration**.
Most wellness/vaccination services can be performed on the same day as spay/neuter surgery. A basic wellness exam is included in surgery prices, so you will not have to pay for an additional vet exam if you decide to add on additional services with spay/neuter surgery. Click here for WELLNESS/VACCINATION SERVICES & PRICES.
Dew claws must be detatched
Texas Litter Control does not perform preoperative blood work the day of surgery. Should you wish to have blood work performed on your pet, please schedule an appointment during wellness hours prior to your surgery date. Health certificates can not be done at the same time as surgery.
TLC does not perform surgery on high risk pets. Conditions include but are not limited to the following:
The State of Texas requires that all pets must be current on their rabies shots at the time of surgery. You must bring in the rabies CERTIFICATE at CHECK IN. The tag is not legal proof of rabies.
TLC highly recommends your pet be current on core vaccinations prior to surgery. It is not required, but highly recommended to help avoid infectious diseases. Your pet will be in close proximity of other animals. TLC will not be responsible for complications due to pets not being vaccinated.
An Elizabethan collar is also recommended by the Veterinarian. You can purchase one from us for $10 or you can get one at your local pet supply store.
Texas Litter Control has partnered with Montgomery County to try to improve your chances of getting your pet back should he/she end up in a shelter. We have raised our prices a little to cover the rising cost of supplies and to be able to include a micro-chip with every surgery. Did you know that according to a study conducted by the American Veterinary Medical Association, dogs are 2.5 times more likely and cats are a whopping 21.4 times more likely to be returned to their home from a shelter if they have a registered microchip?
Micro-chips are not a GPS device. They are a small RFID tag implanted under the skin. When someone finds an animal and turns it into a shelter or takes it to a Veterinarian, the animal can be scanned. Micro-chipped animals will return an id number when scanned. This number is registered to you through FoundAnimals.org. If you move or change a phone number, you will have your own free account to make sure your information is constantly up to date.
We still recommend a collar tag with your pet's name and your phone number for the fastest way to get your pet back.
Prices Last Updated 6/14/20