Pet Surgeries

Community Pet Outreach performs routine surgical procedures for dogs and cats including:

  • Spay and neuter
  • Feline declaw
  • Dental cleaning
  • Mass Removals
  • Laceration Repairs
  • Abscess Treatment


(We do not offer the following services: x-rays, emergencies, ultrasound, major surgery, and orthopedic surgeries.)

We attempt to accommodate as many situations as possible; however, we are not a major surgical facility and your pet may require more advanced care than we are able to provide. In addition, Community Pet Outreach does not perform surgery or anesthetic procedures on any patients with underlying or ongoing health problems. If your pet has epilepsy, seizures, cardiac/heart disease, liver or kidney problems, hypoglycemia, immune disorder, or any other health issues, we are unable to perform surgery or any anesthetic procedure.

For all Surgeries

  • All dogs must be on a leash and cats must be in a carrier.
  • An additional fee will be charged for pets who are: Pregnant, In Heat, or Cryptorchid (retained testicles in males).
  • Proof of current rabies vaccination — certificate is needed, tag will not be enough — rabies vaccine can be given to patient in addition to rabies we also require the following vaccinations: Canine – Distemper Parvo (DHPP), Leptospirosis, and Bordetella. If the patient is over 8 months old we also require a heartworm test or proof of a current heartworm test and heartworm prevention. Feline – Rabies, Feline Leukemia (Felv), and feline distemper (FVRCP).

SURGERY TIMES
  • Sunday: Arrive between 10:00-11:00 a.m. to drop of all patients for surgery. Pickup time for all surgery patients will be 3:30 p.m. that afternoon.
  • Monday: Arrive between 8-9 a.m. to drop off all patietns for surgery. Pickup time for all surgery patients will be between 4:30-5:45 p.m. that afternoon.
  • Tuesday: Arrive between 8-9 a.m. to drop off all patients for surgery. Pickup time for all surgery patients will be between 4:30-5-45 p.m. that afternoon.
  • Wenesday: Arrive between 8-9 a.m. to drop off all patients for surgery. Pickup time for all surgery patients will be between 4:30-5-45 p.m. that afternoon.
  • Thursday: Arrive between 8-9 a.m. to drop off all patients for surgery. Pickup time for all surgery patients will be between 4:30-5-45 p.m. that afternoon.
  • Friday: Arrive between 8-9 a.m. to drop off all patients for surgery. Pickup time for all surgery patients will be between 4:30-5-45 p.m. that afternoon.
  • Saturday: Arrive between 7-8 a.m. to drop off all patients for surgery. Pickup time for all surgery patients will be 12:00 p.m. that afternoon.

Pre-Anesthetic Blood Work
Before surgery, you will be offered pre-anesthetic blood work for your pet. This blood work will help us determine how well your pet will do under anesthesia. The liver and kidneys are the two organs that are required to metabolize, or break down, the anesthesia. This blood work tells us how these organs are functioning and how well they will be able to metabolize the anesthesia. Blood work is required on pets over 8 years of age and is highly recommended on all other pets.

Anesthetic dental cleanings are recommended annually for all pets. A pre-surgical consultation with a doctor is required to determine If your pet is a candidate for an anesthetic dental cleaning.

* Surgery pricing includes anesthesia, a pain control injection, 3 days of pain control to take home and an e-collar to protect the surgical site.

Special Notes to Cat Owners

  • Male cat neuters only receive the post-surgical pain control injection and are not sent home with 3 days of pain control. If you would like the additional pain control for your male cat, we will provide it at your request.
  • Community Pet Outreach reserves the right to decline performing declaws on cats weighing over 8 lbs.
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