Spay/Neuter Surgical Center Appointment Form

If interested in having your pets spayed or neutered, complete the information below and submit it to the York County SPCA. Fill out this online form one at a time if you have more than one pets. When the York County SPCA receives your form, along with your payment, we will contact you to set up your appointment.

Step 1: Personal Contact Information

Step 2: Pet Information

Step 3: Select Requested Services

Select which services you want us to perform on your pet at the appointment.

Select which services you want us to perform on your pet at the appointment.

Select which services you want us to perform on your pet at the appointment.

Late Pick up – $15
Early Drop Off – $15
Aggressive Animal Charge – $15
SQ Fluids – $20.00
Additional E Collar – $6
Cardboard Carrier – $6

All spay/neuter patients will receive a green tattoo next to their incision. This tattoo is a scoring process in the skin; it is not an extra incision.

Pre-Anesthetic Blood Testing

Before putting your pet under anesthesia, a physical exam will be performed. As part of the pre-surgical examination, we recommend pre-anesthetic blood work at a discounted cost (see below). These tests are similar to those your own physician would run if you were to go under anesthesia. The health and safety of your pet is of our utmost concern.

  • Chem 10 Panel alerts our doctors to the presence of dehydration, diabetes, liver and kidney disease-all of which could complicate the procedure. When the Complete Blood Count (CBC) is added the doctors will get information regarding anemia, infection, inflammation, immune-mediated diseases, certain cancers and problems with blood clotting. When the Chem 17 Panel is added to the CBC the doctor is alerted to all of the information as the Chem 10 plus information regarding your pet\’s electrolyte status and the functional ability of their liver to break down the anesthetic drugs.
    We strongly recommend pre-anesthetic blood work on all of our surgery patients. Routine blood work is also an excellent tool that may lead to early diagnosis of disease.
  • Senior cats (8 years & older): CBC + Chem 17 Panel
  • Senior dogs (6 years & older): CBC + Chem 17 Panel

Recommended Blood Work for Spay/Neuter

  • Young healthy cats: Chem 10 Panel + CBC (Comprehensive Blood Count)
  • Young healthy dogs: Chem 10 Panel + CBC

Operation Spay Our Strays (SOS)

Operation Spay our Strays (SOS) is designed for wild or untamed cats living outdoors. This service includes the spay/neuter surgery, rabies vaccine and ear tipping (not optional). The cat’s ear will be tipped for identification purposes having gone through the SOS program. If a client opts not to have this procedure performed,
the regular fees for spaying/neutering will apply. EACH CAT MUST BE IN A HUMANE BOX TRAP AND THE TRAP

Step 4: Appointment Request

This is only an appointment request form. Appointments are only valid when you are contacted to confirm your requested date.

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