At Washington Family Vet Clinic, we believe in transparency with our clients. You can view our pricing for most services below!
Pricing and Packages
- Stage 1 – Dental Prevention $399
- Stage 2- Early Dental Disease $599
- Stage 3- Mild Dental Disease $799
- Stage 4 – Advanced Dental Disease $1199
Every procedure includes Blood panels regardless of age, Anesthesia, Full mouth radiographs, Cleaning all teeth, Polishing and a Sealant Application that lasts for 14 days. The package price INCLUDES extractions. The only additional cost is if there are any extractions to which Antibiotics and Pain Meds are mandatory, and any lump removals.
DENTAL DISEASE IS THE #1 DISEASE PROBLEM IN CATS AND DOGS.
What is dental disease and how does it work?
As your pet eats, food particles accumulate on and between tooth surfaces. Bacteria in the mouth digest these particles to form plaque, a sticky yellow film seen on the teeth. As the infection spreads, dental disease starts.
What are tartar, gingivitis and periodontal Disease?
Plaque builds up, the bacteria causes infection to the gums known as gingivitis, a red line along the teeth. Eventually, plaque hardens to form tartar, which holds the infection to the tooth surface and pushes bacteria under the gumline. Periodontal disease is this deeper infection of the teeth and roots, which ultimately results in the loss of the infected tooth.
CAN BAD TEETH BE HARMFUL TO MY PET?
Dirty teeth may smell and look bad, but the damage that you don’t see is much worse! The gum tissue has an extensive blood supply. When infections start, these bacteria get into your pet’s circulation and eventually leads to heart, liver, kidney, bone, and joint disease, as well as organ failure.
– Bad breath
– Frequent licking
– Inflammation of the gums
– Obvious tartar build-up
– Just not feeling well due to fighting infection
– Adult dogs have 42 teeth
– Adult cats have 30 teeth
– Dogs and cats have two sets of teeth: puppy/kitten and adult teeth
– They start losing their baby teeth usually around three to four months and finish losing them by five or six months, at which time they have all been replaced.
To administer vaccines, we need an up-to-date full exam on file. This means if you are a new client, you will need to pay for the exam ($63) at the same time as vaccines. If you are an existing client, you will need to pay for a full exam ($63) if your pet has not been seen in the last year.
FELINE FVRCP – $26.25
Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (a severe upper respiratory infection)
Caused by a feline 1, herpes-virus. It is most severe in young kittens and older cats and is one of the most serious upper respiratory diseases seen in the feline species.
The virus is airborne and very contagious in susceptible animals.
SYMPTOMS – Cats with this infection are lethargic and show signs of respiratory involvement with much sneezing and coughing. There is usually a discharge from the nostrils and the eyes, and a high temperature may be present. Some cats develop pneumonia and occasionally ulcerations in the eyes. Infested cats do not want to eat or drink because the nostrils are plugged and the throat is sore. Dehydration and weight loss are common.
C – stands for caliciviruses infection – (mild infection to life-threatening pneumonia)
P – stands for panleukopenia (feline distemper), a highly contagious disease. The disease is caused by a parvovirus similar to the parvovirus seen in dogs. This disease is most severe in young kittens but can affect cats of all ages. The first symptom is the loss of appetite, followed by vomiting and diarrhea. A blood count usually shows a lowered number of white blood cells, a fact which helps in diagnosing the infection. Infected cats usually must be hospitalized with intensive treatment, such as intravenous fluids, antibiotics, and supportive care. The mortality rate may reach 90% in young kittens under six months and may approach 50% in older animals.
The vaccine is very effective in preventing the disease.
FELV/FELINE LEUKEMIA – $39.90
This is a very contagious virus or viral disease of cats. In addition to causing leukemia, it has been associated with various other types of cancer, anemia, and immune suppression, leading to increased susceptibility to various infectious diseases.
WHO GETS FeLV? It appears that cats are the only species susceptible to infection with FeLV. Kittens are at significantly higher risk for contracting the disease than adult cats.
HOW IS FeLV SPREAD? It is most commonly spread via the saliva of infected cats, either directly or by contaminated articles, such as food and water dishes or toys.
FeLV can be spread transplacentally from mother to offspring, but spread via nursing or grooming is more common. Airborne spread is not a concern. FeLV is not very durable in the environment. It is inactivated by the most commonly used disinfectants.
It can survive for up to 48 hours in a moist environment at room temperature.
FELINE RABIES – $26.25
Rabies is an increasing threat to cats. At the present time, the number of reported feline rabies cases in the United States far exceeds that of all other domestic animals. Rabies in cats is also a major public health concern. Because of the routinely fatal outcome of infection in cats and the potential for human exposure, rabies vaccination is
highly recommended for all cats.
**With all vaccines, there is a medical waste fee of $2.
Canine DA2PP – $26.25
This vaccine includes canine distemper
Vaccinations are administered at eight, 12, and 16 weeks for puppies. This is then an annual vaccine after the initial puppy series is completed.
Canine Bordetella – $26.25
To avoid kennel cough and its complications.
What is Kennel Cough? Your dog has a hacking cough within a week of coming home from a kennel, groomer, or dog park. What is it? It’s probably kennel cough, also known as canine infectious tracheobronchitis. Because kennel cough is highly contagious through airborne droplets, it spreads freely at boarding kennels, grooming facilities, and dog parks. Like whooping cough in humans, kennel cough is an inflammation of the upper airways. It is typically a mild disease, which may advance to life-threatening pneumonia in puppies.
Canine rabies 1 year and 3 years – $26.25
To protect against viral disease that can affect all warm-blooded mammals, including dogs, cats, wildlife, and humans. The virus infects cells of the nervous system, producing incoordination and behavioral abnormalities, such as unusual aggression or withdrawal. Once the signs of rabies appear, the disease is always fatal. Rabies is usually transmitted by bite wounds, often from infected wildlife, which represents the largest reservoir of the disease in the U.S. Vaccines are very effective in preventing rabies. Most states in the U.S. require rabies vaccination of dogs at one- to three-year intervals.
Influenza – $31.50
Leptospera – $26.25
Rattlesnake vaccine – $26.25
Any dog over four months of age that is exposed to rattlesnakes, whether at home, camping, hiking, etc., might be a good candidate for the rattlesnake vaccine.
Rattlesnake bites are about 25 times more fatal in dogs than in humans.
How does this vaccine work? The vaccine has been reported to both delay the effects and reduce the severity of rattlesnake bites and help dogs survive and recover more quickly with less pain and swelling.
How often should a dog get booster vaccinations? A dog should get at least two doses about 30 days apart in the initial vaccination sequence. If the dog is exposed to rattlesnakes about six months per year, he will only need one booster per year about 30 days before the beginning of that exposure season.
**With all vaccines there is a medical waste fee of $2
We are proud to offer laser surgery and therapy for our patients. Laser procedures allow us to reduce the bleeding and swelling of surgery, making it both safer and less invasive. Laser therapy also reduces pain and recovery time, helping your pet get back to their normal self more quickly.
We are dedicated to utilizing the highest standard of veterinary technology, and laser therapy is one of the ways in which we stay on the cutting edge of our field.
If you have any questions or concerns about how laser therapy can benefit your pet, please contact us today.
Post Surgical Minor: $16.80
Post Surgical Major: $26.25
6 pack: $273.00
10 pack: $404.25
– De-worming medication – for internal parasites
– Initial doses of monthly heartworm – preventive medication
– HomeAgain identification microchip
These packages DO NOT include the following:
- Diagnostic tests
- Subsequent heartworm dosing
- Or additional medical care
- Spay or neuter
WE RECOMMEND HAVING YOUR PET SPAYED OR NEUTERED AT SIX MONTHS OF AGE.
Each visit should be four weeks apart.
For puppies starting their vaccination at eight to nine weeks of age
ONE-TIME COST: $336
Regular cost: $363
Each visit should be four weeks apart.
1st of 3 Da2pp-C
1st dose of Heartgard
1st of 2 Da2pp + Lepto
2nd dose of Heartgard
2nd of 2 Da2pp + Lepto
3rd dose Heartgard
For older puppies with unknown or no vaccine history (or started late on vaccinations)
ONE-TIME COST: $268
Regular cost: $289
1st of 2 Da2pp + Lepto
1st dose of Heartgard
2nd of 2 Da2pp + Lepto
2nd dose of Heartgard
Spay / Neuter
0 to 25 lbs – $274.05
26 to 50 lbs – $306.60
51 to 75 lbs – $323.40
76 to 100 lbs – $330.75
100+ lbs – $357.00
0 to 25 lbs – $235.20
26 to 50 lbs – $253.05
51 to 75 lbs – $291.90
75 to 100 lbs – $312.90
100+ lbs – $323.40
THERE IS A MANDATORY CANCELLATION FEE OF $60 FOR SURGERIES CANCELED LESS THAN 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE.
Surgery price includes 12-hour pain injection prior to surgery, which helps reduce swelling after surgery, and the animal does not feel immediate pain following surgery. Also included is an IV catheter for direct access to the vein in case of an emergency and a courtesy nail trim.
IMPORTANT: Vaccines are required to be up to date at time of surgery. If they are not, we can update them the day of the surgery. Take-home pain medication and blood work are not included in price.
Feline vaccines: FVRCP and rabies – $26.25 EACH
Canine vaccines: DA2PP and rabies – $26.25 EACH
Pre-operative (pre-surgery) blood work
recommended for feline and canines over five years of age and required for over seven years of age – $97
Elizabeth collar to keep your pet from licking at the incision site – $13-$16, depending on what size fits your pet best
WHY YOU SHOULD SPAY OR NEUTER YOUR PET?
Overpopulation…the facts are simple. There are just too many pets and not enough homes. In every community, in every state, there are homeless animals. In the United States, there are an estimated six to eight million homeless animals entering animal shelters every year. About half of these animals are adopted, and tragically, the other half are euthanized. These are healthy, sweet pets who would have made great companions. The number of homeless animals varies by state. In some states, there are as many as 300,000 homeless animals euthanized in animal shelters every year. These are not offspring of homeless “street” animals—these are the puppies and kittens of cherished family pets and even purebreds. Spaying/neutering helps dogs and cats live longer, healthier lives by eliminating or reducing the incidence of a number of health problems that can be very difficult and/or expensive to treat. It’s better to spay your female pet before she goes into heat for the first time. This reduces the risk of breast cancer and eliminates the risk of uterine and ovarian cancer in your dog. Neutered males will not develop testicular cancer, and their risk for developing prostate cancer is greatly reduced.
IT’S GOOD FOR YOU!
Spayed/neutered pets are, typically, better behaved and more calm and affectionate than those that are not spayed or neutered.
Spaying a dog or cat eliminates her heat cycle, thereby eliminating regular bleeding and the incessant crying and nervous behavior that often accompanies the heat cycle.
Neutering decreases the animal’s desire to escape and wander the neighborhood in search of a mate. Spaying keeps unwelcome male animals away.
Millions of pet deaths each year are a needless tragedy. By spaying and neutering your pet, you can be an important part of the solution. Contact us today and be sure to let your family and friends know that they should do the same.
*We have teamed up with IDEXX laboratories to offer exclusive pricing to our clients for preventative blood panels!*
Did you know that 25% of all preventative blood panels come back with some kind of abnormality? Take advantage of this discounted pricing at your pet’s next wellness check and stay ahead of their health! Catch any early-onset disease and make changes to help them live their best life!
It is recommended that pets under 7 years of age have annual bloodwork and pets over 7 years of age have bi-annual bloodwork.
K9 Basic: $77.38
K9 Essential: $83.78
K9 Comprehensive: $97.02
Add on Heartworm test and Fecal: $53.90
Puppy Package A: $336
Puppy Package B: $268
Feline Basic: $77.38
Feline Essential: $83.78
Feline Comprehensive: $116.10
Kitten Package A: $315
Kitten Package B: $270
Blood Draw Fee: $10.50
Medical Waste Fee: $2.10
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