Treasure Valley Low Cost Pet Services
Dog and Cat Spays/Neuters
ALL CREATURES ANIMAL HOSPITAL
Dr. Kayla Williams
Cat neuter $26
Cat spay $56
Includes an overnight stay. Short notice appointments. Great recommendation.
ALL VALLEY ANIMAL CARE CENTER – Meridian (phone 888-0818)
2326 E. Cinema Drive, Meridian (near Harley-Davidson and Majestic Cinemas)
2nd Wed. of each month they offer low-cost surgeries:
Cat Spay $66 (in heat or PG +$30)
Cat Neuter $49 (cryptorchid +$20-30)
Dog neuter/spay prices are dependent on weight:
1-25 lbs. $74/92 $35
26-40 lbs. $80/103 $35
41-60 lbs. $103/125 $38
61-80 lbs. $124/167 $44
80-100 lbs. $144/234 $50
101+ $172/310 $57
ALL VALLEY PET CLINIC-Boise (phone 322-0033)
9140 W Emerald St Ste 500
Boise, ID, 83704
Mention referral code: SPOT
Spay - $45 + $10 for pg or in heat
Neuter - $25
Spay price by lbs:
0 - 25 $78
26 - 40 $87
41 - 60 $107
61 - 80 $125
over 80 $150
Neuter price by lbs:
0 - 25 $63
26 - 40 $70
41 - 60 $88
61 - 80 $105
over 80 $120
IDAHO HUMANE SOCIETY CLINIC– Boise (phone 342-3599)
4775 Dorman Street, Boise, ID
Cat spay $35 (in heat or pregnant, add $30)
Cat Neuter $25 (cryptorchid, add $30)
Dog neuter $140 (cryptorchid, add $40)
Dog spay $170 (in heat or pregnant, add $50)
Rabbit and rat spays/neuters are also available.
Pre-surgery bloodwork is mandatory for animals 7 years and older, $49.
PIT BULLS OR PIT BULL MIXES ONLY: $25 for low income spay or neuter
IDAHO HUMANE SOCIETY LOW COST SPOT CLINIC– Boise (phone 342-3599)
Mon-Sat by appointment only. Some Tuesday evenings.
Feral cat (in trap) spay or neuter $10 includes ear tip – contact SPOTferalcats@idahohumanesociety.org
or call 968-1083.
Free trap checkout with $100 fully refundable deposit – only with a spay/neuter appointment.
$10 rabies, $10 3-way, $13 leukemia, $20 leukemia test, $10 microchip, deworming $3-$8.
FRIENDLY FIXERS at Pet Haven - Nampa
333 W. Orchard Avenue
Nampa, ID 83651
Cat Spay $35
Cat Neuter $25
Cryptorchid $35 (testicles not descended)
Feline leukemia $10
Additional injection for pain $5
Nail trim $3
**No extra charge for pregnant or in heat
Trap Rental: $60 refundable deposit plus $2.50/day
Low-cost vaccinations available (cats only): CVR-C $10, Rabies $8, Revolution $10
Conrad Strays Cat Rescue and Adoption
Feline Friends Foundation (phone 331-2422)
Feral and stray cats only, voucher required
Cat spay $35
Cat neuter $20
SNIP (Spay Neuter Idaho Pets, Inc.) (phone 968-1338 please leave a message)
Low cost spay/neuter vouchers are available for cash at the Boise Petcos on Milwaukee and Eagle Roads and the Nampa Petco. Also available online at www.snipidaho.org.
Low cost spay/neuter vouchers available:
$30 Cat neuter
$55 Cat spay
$80 Dog neuter under 100 lbs.
$115 Dog spay under 100 lbs.
$90 Dog neuter over 100 lbs.
$120 Dog spay over 100 lbs.
Additional fees for pregnant or cryptorchid.
WOOD RIVER VALLEY ANIMAL SHELTER
100 Croy Creek Rd, Hailey, ID 83333
Free feral cat spays/neuters for Blaine County residents only.
Please don’t forget vaccinations! They are an important part of animal care and will protect your pet from contagious, deadly viruses such as parvo and distemper. There are great prices at many of these above clinics at the time of surgery. They are also available at these walk-in low cost vaccine clinics. Get rid of fleas, worms, and ear mites too for a happier pet. Call ahead for updated dates/times.
NORTHWEST PETS VACCINE CLINIC
1st Saturday of each month
All vaccines are $10 each, FeLV leukemia ($18)
Flea and tick treatments, deworming and FeLV/FIV tests available
your pet's shot record, if possible.
Cash or checks only. No credit cards.
Zamzow’s Shot Clinic for Cats and Dogs
2nd Saturday of each month
1-4 PM all locations except Kuna
9 -12 in Kuna
Prices range from $15 to $44
All Valley Animal Care Center, Meridian (phone 888-0818)
1st Saturday of each month
2326 E. Cinema Drive
All Valley Pet Clinic, Boise (phone 331-0667)
3642 S. Findlay St.
All Valley Pet Clinic, Boise (phone 322-0033)
9140 W. Emerald, Suite 500
Pethaven, Nampa (phone 466-1298)
333 W. Orchard Avenue
Cat and Dog Food
(Free to Those in Need, Donations Welcome)
Idaho Humane Society Pet FooD PANTRY, Boise (phone 342-3508)
4775 Dorman Street
The front desk staff at the shelter can assist you.
Meridian Valley Humane Society, Meridian
Simply Cats (Every other Saturday for food), Boise (phone 343-7177)
Tues through Sat 12-4 PM (closed Sun and Mon)
2833 S. Victory View Way
SUE’S PET FOOD ANGELS, Boise (phone 866-2716)
9621 Ustick Rd., Boise
Food for feral cats, tame cats and dogs based on need and availability.
Companions Pet Sitting -- Dependable
quality care for your animals. email@example.com, 345-8198 or 703-1037
The Pet Sitter, LLC www.thepetsitterofboise.com, (208) 484-2969 firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Pet Resources
FACTS About spay/neuter
Did you know that female kittens can become pregnant as early as 5 months?
About declawing and why you shouldn't
The least expensive option is BORAX from the laundry detergent aisle at the grocery store. Simply sprinkle it on your carpet and pet bedding and brush in with a broom. You may not see results for 3 weeks, but then the fleas cycle will end for up to a year. Reapply as necessary.
BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS? CATS ON THE COUNTER? ODORS?
Multivet's new patented SSSCAT TM device is a positive method to controlling your cat's territory and behavioral problems. This is a great invention!
Bye Bye Odor concentrated liquid to use on pet urine.$20 for a 4oz. bottle of concentrate that makes 2.5 gallons of sprayable mixture.
SICK FERAL CATS? CAT HAVE AN ABSCESS FROM FIGHTING? CATS DYING FROM UPPER RESPIRATORY ILLNESS?
Contact email@example.com for helpful, low cost information.
Can't move with your pet?
LOST OR FOUND A PET?
Post a free ad online at http://www.craigslist.org, community/pets section and lost and found.
Post a free ad online at http://www.zidaho.org pets section
Post a free ad online at http://www.boiseid.net/LostFoundPets.htm
Go to Idaho Humane Society ASAP (4775 Dorman St. Boise) and file a lost or found report. If no one claims your pet within a short period of time, it will be put up for adoption or euthanized. If your pet has a microchip, you stand a better chance of getting him/her back if taken to the shelter. A collar with ID tag is also important.
Put up posters in your neighborhood.
If you have neighbors who don't like pets, it's possible that they have trapped your pet and dumped them elsewhere. Make sure you know your neighbors!
Idaho has many predator animals that can attack your pet, especially at night. Consider bringing outdoor pets into the house, garage, or outbuilding at a certain time each evening.
DISEASES AND ILLNESSES
Glucosamine & Chondroitin 500/400mg by 21st Century (PetSmart) $21
Canine Aspirin 300mg by 21st Century (PetSmart) $12
TREASURE VALLEY PET-FRIENDLY RENTALS
Apartments at Ustick/Five mile
3-4BR, 2000 sf home in Meridian 208-850-5330 available Feb. 1st. $1200 monthly plus pet deposit
NATIONAL ANIMAL WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS
if you have updated prices or would like to be included in this list, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.