Clinic Services

Services & Prices

We do not offer emergency services. If your pet is in need of immediate medical attention, please contact an emergency clinic near you. 

All of the veterinary services at the Louisiana SPCA Community Clinic are offered at a reduced cost. We keep costs low and quality high. With our amazing team of veterinarians you can rest assured that your pet is in great hands.

Our team works hard to secure grant money to help offset veterinary costs even further. When funds become available through opportunities like grants we will make them available to the public. These discounted offers are time sensitive and change frequently so please check back often. 

  • Free spay/neuter thanks to a grant from PetSmart CharitiesFULL
  • $60 spay/neuter for dogs in Jefferson Parish thanks to the Fix-a-Canine program.
  • $15 spay/neuter for cats in Jefferson Parish thanks to the Fix-a-Feline program.
  • Students, active and retired military, first responders, senior citizens and pet owners who receive government assistance are eligible for a discount on spay/neuter and heartworm treatments. 

Spay/Neuter

As the regions leader in high-volume spay/neuter we specialize in this procedure! In addition to the health and behavioral benefits, spay/neuter is the #1 way to reduce pet overpopulation. If you’re unsure if spay/neuter is the right choice for your pet, please take a moment to read over some frequently asked questions.

Dogs

  • 5-35 lbs: $100
  • 36-90 lbs: $115
  • 91 lbs and up: $150

Cats

  • Spay: $75
  • Feral Cats (TNR): $35

Annual Wellness Visits

Wellness appointments are the annual visits that your pet needs to get their vaccines and ensure they are in optimal health. In addition to basic exams, we also offer a variety of services that can be scheduled separately or during the time of your annual visit.

Please note that the cost of annual wellness exams for both cats and dogs will vary based on your parish of residence and the intact status of your pet.

Dogs

  • Comprehensive Exam: $25
  • Annual Exam: $85
    • Comprehensive exam
    • DHLPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parvo, Parainfluenza)
    • Bordetella
    • Rabies vaccine (additional fee for tag and license will apply, cost based by parish)
    • Heartworm test
    • Fecal
  • Puppy Series: $45 initial visit (under 16 weeks old)
    • Comprehensive exam
    • DHLPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parvo, Parainfluenza)
    • Bordetella
    • Fecal (based on results, additional medications may be prescribed)
    • Rabies vaccine (additional fee for tag and license will apply, cost based by parish)
    • Booster appointment fees vary depending on services required

Cats

  • Comprehensive Exam: $25
  • Annual Exam: $65
    • Comprehensive exam
    • FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia)
    • FeLeuk (Feline Leukemia) 
    • Rabies vaccine (additional fee for tag and license will apply, cost based by parish)
    • SNAP test available upon request ($20)
  • Kitten Series: $45 initial visit (under 16 weeks old)
    • Comprehensive exam
    • FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia)
    • FeLeuk (Feline Leukemia) 
    • Fecal (based on results, additional medications may be prescribed)
    • Rabies vaccine (additional fee for tag and license will apply, cost based by parish)
    • SNAP test not included but recommended ($20)
    • Booster appointment fees vary depending on services required

Additional Wellness Services

  • Microchip: $20
  • Vaccinations: prices vary
  • SNAP testing (heartworms, Parvo, FeLv, FIV): $20
  • Nail trim: $10
  • Heartworm Preventions: prices vary
  • ProHeart 6 Heartworm Prevention Injection: $39 – $108
  • ProHeart 12 Heartworm Prevention Injection: $78 – $216
  • Anal gland expression: $15
  • Skin consultation: $35
  • Diet consultation: $25
  • Health certification for travel: $60 domestic / $100 international 
  • Lab and blood work: starting at $45
  • Fecal screen: $15+
  • Urinalysis: $25-$32
  • Rabies tags (Orleans Parish, Jefferson Parish, St. Bernard Parish): $10 – $20

Heartworm Treatment

COVID-19 Update: We are starting heartworm treatment on new pets but we ask for your patience as we work through our backlog of injections. We are following all protocols set forth by the American Heartworm Society.

Louisiana leads the country with the highest number of heartworm positive animals. Spread by mosquitoes, heartworm disease affects a large portion of all animals that come to the Louisiana SPCA. Each case of heartworms is different and requires a heartworm consult to determine the best course of action for your pet. Sadly, there is currently no known heartworm treatments for cats.

The cost of treatment varies based on the size of your pet and includes all of their medications throughout the course of the treatment plan. There is a non-refundable deposit due at the end of the consultation should you decide to pursue heartworm treatment for your pet. Due to the high cost of heartworm treatment we do have payment plans available that are based on injection dates as well as CareCredit. Our veterinarians will review the payment plan options with you at the time of the consultation and answer any questions you might have.

If you adopt a dog that is heartworm positive at the time of adoption, we provide heartworm treatment at NO cost to you. However, we do require that you purchase heartworm prevention.  

  • Consultation: $25
  • 1-12 lbs: $500 ($200 deposit)
  • 26-75 lbs: $700 ($300 deposit)
  • 75-100 lbs: $800 ($400 deposit)
  • 100-150 lbs: $1,000 ($500 deposit) 

Discounts are available for senior citizens, people receiving government assistance, first responders, military and students.

Can you believe there are veterinarians across the country that have never seen a case of Heartworm disease before? Heartworm disease is rampant in the south and the Greater New Orleans region is no exception. Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal condition caused by parasitic worms living in the arteries of the lungs and heart of cats, dogs and other mammals. All cats and dogs are susceptible to infection. Heartworm disease is completely preventable and treatment is safe and inexpensive! Some treatment options include chewable tablets, topicals or injections.  The key is to provide Heartworm preventatives properly and on a timely schedule each month.

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Did you know a $50 donation can provide annual vaccinations for a shelter dog