Services & Pricing

Here at SOS of Ohio, surgeries are scheduled by appointment only.  (please see FERAL CATS for more information on humanely trapping feral and stray cats.).

We are open Mon, Tues, and Thurs from 7:30am-6pm for surgeries and
Wednesdays from 9am-3pm for vaccines and wellness care.

We accept ferals/stray cats for surgery, by appointment, on Mon, Tues, and Thurs from 7:30am-12pm.

Schedule your appointment by calling (614) 396-8707.

The best time to reach us is between 9:30am and 3:30pm. If you do not reach us, please feel free to leave a message with your contact information and we will return your call as soon as possible.

What you need to know BEFORE and AFTER your appointment…


SOS of Ohio is dedicated to providing high-quality veterinary services at an affordable price. Income verification is not required to receive General Public Pricing.

Payment is required in full at the time of pick up. We accept cash, Visa/Mastercard/Discover.  No personal checks are allowed.

If you are a representative of a nonprofit animal rescue group, please use our Rescue Groups Contact Form to receive special pricing for nonprofits.

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General Public Pricing

General Public Pricing


All surgery fees include full anesthesia and pain medication.

Dog Spay <65lbs: $105

Dog Spay 65-85lbs: $125

Dog Spay >85lbs: $145

– pregnant: + $20 – $50


Dog Neuter: $105

Dog Neuter 65-85lbs: $125

Dog Neuter >85lbs: $145
– cryptorchid (undescended testicle): + $30 – $75, depending on location of testicle


Cat Spay: $65
– pregnant: + $20 (includes administration of fluids and additional pain medication)

Cat Neuter: $65
– cryptorchid (undescended testicle): + $30 – $75, depending on location of testicle


Feral Cat Spay/Neuter: $55

– this pricing is only applicable to feral cats who are brought into our clinic in a humane trap and receive an ear tip. Feral cats do NOT receive an exam prior to surgery due to being unhandleable.  


Umbilical Hernia Repair: $15
– Umbilical hernias will be repaired automatically at the time of surgery for an additional charge.

Pain Management

We believe that no animal should go without pain medication which is why we provide pain control on the day of surgery.  We strongly encourage all owners to purchase pain medications to go home with their pet in addition to what is provided at the hospital at a cost of $10.00.

E-Collars are available at pick up for an additional $5.

E-Collars are plastic cones that go over an animal’s head to keep them from licking or biting at their incision. While some animals are interested in licking, and some are not, an e-collar may be the only way that you will know for sure that they will not have access to their incision. Licking and biting can lead to infection or, in the case of female animals, allow them to open their incision which leads directly into their abdominal cavity.

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Wellness Exam: $25

All animals receive a basic medical exam included in the surgery price from one of our veterinarians. Exam charges are typically only assessed in instances when an animal comes to the clinic and does not receive surgery.

Illness Exam: $35

Animals that come to our Wellness Wednesday clinics with any symptoms of illness including, but not limited to, respiratory infections, vomiting or diarrhea, and skin or ear infections will be charged an illness exam fee. Animals with health concerns, even relatively basic ones, require a more extensive exam to ensure an appropriate treatment plan is made. The increased charge associated with the illness exam ensures we can continue to dedicate the proper amount of time to our ill patients. 


– Rabies: $10

We require all animals 12 weeks of age and older to receive a rabies vaccination the day of their surgery unless proof of current rabies vaccination is shown at drop off. Proof can either be in the form of a dated rabies certificate or a shot record from your regular veterinarian’s office. A rabies tag is not sufficient proof of current rabies vaccination.

For Dogs

– Distemper/Parvo Combination Vaccination: $10

 Bordetella (Kennel Cough) Vaccination: $10

For Cats

– Distemper Vaccination: $10

– Feline Leukemia Vaccination: $10

The Feline Leukemia Vaccination can only be given with proof of a negative result on a Feline Leukemia test.


– Pre-anesthetic panel: $30


– Canine Heartworm Test: $22

– Feline Leukemia/FIV/Heartworm Combination Test: $22


– Capstar: $5

Capstar will be given automatically to all animals on which a flea is seen. Capstar kills live fleas almost immediately and can be used in conjunction with topical flea treatments and preventatives. Capstar is used to limit the transfer of fleas from one animal to another and to create a sterile environment for surgery.

– Frontline Gold/Revolution: one-month topical flea and tick preventative
Dogs: $10
Cats: $5

– Tapeworm Treatment: $10

– Strongid: $5 (roundworms and hookworms)

– Ear Mite Treatment $5 (ear mites, some intestinal parasites)


– Found Animals Microchips, including life-long registration: $25


Antibiotics may be recommended if signs of infection are seen in your animal. If an infection is noted, we will recommend that your animal go home with antibiotics. Antibiotics are typically between $10 – $25. Examples of infections that may be noted during your animal’s preliminary exam or during surgery include: ear infections, skin infections, uterine infections, upper respiratory infections, etc.

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Kittens and puppies can be spayed or neutered as early as 3 months of age and at a weight of 2 pounds or more.

If one of our veterinarians assesses your animal to be a Senior Animal, there may be an additional charge of up to $20.00. This charge covers the cost of extra precautions given to animals of advanced age to ensure their safety and proper recovery. We strongly recommend Pre-Surgical Bloodwork for Senior Animals prior to surgery. A CBC and chemistry profile can be done through your regular vet or may be available through SOS of Ohio.

SOS of Ohio reserves the right to deny surgery to animals that are deemed overweight or not healthy enough for surgery by one of our veterinarians. If an animal does not receive surgery, there will be a $15 exam fee assessed. This fee will be used towards the cost of surgery when the animal returns. In most cases, we will provide low-cost treatment of the illness if we are able.