Lanark Leeds & Grenville
Spay Neuter Clinic
613-345-7729 
613345spay@gmail.com 
 
Tel: 613-345-7729

613-345-SPAY
613-345-7729 


NO WAITING LIST!

4099 County Road 29
Brockville, ON   

Telephone us to make an appointment 613-345-7729

Providing peace of mind for you and helping to control the pet population for them.
Low cost surgery does not mean low care.  We love animals as much as you do.  They are a member of your family.  We GET that.
We follow a fear-free approach to help your pet as much as possible.

About Us

Lanark Leeds & Grenville Spay Neuter Clinic provides quality care and professional          spay and neuter surgeries. 
It's all we do.
We are committed to reducing the pet population and controlling high euthanasia rates,    as well as improving the health of your cat or dog.
We do not rely on any funding from the government, so we are able to offer these rates to all clients, regardless of income.
We offer payment plans through Scratchpay.


Feline Neuter

Male Cat Neuter

$110.00 + tax

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Feline Spay

Female Cat Spay

$220.00 + tax

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Male Canine Neuter

Under 25 lbs  $250 plus tax

26 - 50 lbs         $275 plus tax

For larger animals please call for a quote.

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Female Canine Spay

Under 25 lbs          $325 plus tax

26 - 50 lbs                $350 plus tax

For larger animals, please call for a quote.

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Why Spay or Neuter?

For your pet's health, and for your peace of mind.

To spay or not to spay, that is the question. 

Spaying or neutering your animal helps control the pet population, and in some cases, improves the health of your pet.  Spaying and neutering can help reduce the chance of mammary tumours, ovarian cancer, testicular cancer and prostate cancer.

It can also help reduce undesirable behaviours like aggression, humping and urine marking, and can reduce the desire to roam.

And it helps reduce the number of unwanted pets that have to be euthanized every year.  That's tragic.

  • Age

    The best time to spay or neuter your animal is usually between 6-14 months.  Please check with your veterinarian about the ideal time to spay or neuter your pet.

  • Our Surgeries

    All surgeries are performed by our two licensed Veterinarians.  Our staff of Registered Veterinary Technicians and Veterinary Assistants helps keep our clinic running smoothly.  We use the highest standard of equipment, including a fear-free approach and  pain control.   


Not Just Surgeries

We are a community clinic. 
Our goal is to help your pets, and to help other pets in the community. 
Every month we pick a different animal rescue, and donate the funds from our bottle drive.


Microchipping

Microchipping can identify your dog or cat if they get lost.  It also gives you some peace of mind!

Microchipping can easily be done during surgery. 

Book your microchipping at the same time as you book surgery.

Bottle Drop Off

We are a drop-off centre for recycled bottles.  Our volunteers clean and sort the bottles to help the shelter or rescue of the month.

Please drop off your returnable bottles behind the fence.


What do I need to do?

It's easy as 345-spay

1 - make sure your pet is up-to-date with rabies vaccinations prior to surgery
2 - call 613-345-7729 to book an appointment  (payment is required at time of booking).   We do not offer online booking at this time.
3 - drop your pet off at the appointed time the morning of surgery
Dogs must be on leash and cats must be in a carrier.


What to do the day of surgery

Remember...
No food after 8pm the night before and no water after midnight!

Prepare

Have these items with you:

1. Proof of rabies vaccination within the last 3 years, and a minimum of 2 weeks prior to surgery.

2. Consent form - print the consent form that was sent to you after booking and fill it out.   Complete the form but do not sign it before you arrive.

Medications - please let us know of any medications that your pet is taking, including supplements and CBD oil.  Medications and supplements may have an interaction with the anesthetic and pain medication that your pet will receive in the clinic.  It is much safer for the health and recovery of your pet if we know what your pet is taking before surgery.

Morning Drop Off

We ask all of our patients to be dropped off between 7:00 - 8:00 am the morning of surgery.

Covid protocols apply.

Please remain in your car with your pet.  Our staff will come to your car and help guide you through the process.

Our staff will collect your proof of rabies vaccination and your consent form.  They will ask you to sign the consent form after going through it with you.  Be sure to give us a phone number where we can reach you throughout the day.

Pick up time is from 3-5pm.  Recovery times can be longer if your pet is on other medications.  

Your pets will be well taken care of! 

Complications

All surgeries run the risk of complications.  

We commonly see a few complications with spay/neuter surgeries including pregnancy, illness, hernias and cryptorchidism.

If we find any complications with your pet, we will contact you immediately about options.  Please leave a number where you can easily be reached.

Fleas.  For the safety of all of our animals, if we find fleas on your pet we will treat them and then put them in isolation for a few hours.  Since mornings are very busy, we will contact you later in the day about fleas and any added expenses that this may incur.