Appointments

Annual Wellness Exam – $61

Your pet should come in for an annual wellness exam every 12 months (every 6 months for seniors). During this appointment the doctor do a full “nose to toes” examination on your pet and will discuss all applicable preventive health measures.

Comprehensive Physical Exam – $61

Similar to your pet’s annual wellness exam, however these are performed when your pet is injured or ill.

Medical Progress Exam – $38

This exam is typically booked anywhere from 3 days to 2 weeks after your comprehensive physical exam. Here we will re-examine your pet, discuss how medications are going (if applicable), and discuss any other treatments or diagnoses to ensure progress is being made.

Vaccines

We offer a variety of vaccines here at Lifetime Veterinary Clinic. When you book an exam with one of our doctors they will discuss which ones fit your pets lifestyle. All vaccines are $20 each.

Dogs

Bordetella Bronchiseptica (Kennel Cough)
DAPP (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza virus),
Leptospirosis
Rabies
Lyme Disease

Cats

Feline Leukemia Virus
FVRCP (Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia)
Rabies

Procedures and Surgeries

The prices of procedures and surgeries vary based on the particular procedure, anesthesia, medication used, time and difficulty. Please note that the below prices may be subject to change based on the uniqueness of you pet. An itemized estimate will be given to you by the veterinarian at the time of the exam.

General Spay/Neuter Procedure – approximately $247 – $389

Spay and neuter procedures vary depending on the age and condition of the pet, whether or not you want your pet microchipped, how much anesthetic is used, and if your pet is mature or “in heat”

Dental Procedures – approximately $605 – $877

Dental procedures vary depending on the amount of sedatives and anesthesia used, as well as how many teeth are extracted. If your pet has an extreme dental situation, we will refer you to a specialist.