Our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program

There are so many benefits of spaying and neutering your pets. Brook Farm Veterinary Center offers a low-cost program to help with the costs associated with this procedure.

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Learn how you can save money using our low-cost spay/neuter program here at Brook Farm Veterinary Center.

As a service to our community, Brook Farm Veterinary Center offers a Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program that makes compassionate, quality reproductive care accessible to all families.

While our practice makes no profit from this service, the  impact has been tremendous. Each certificate saves pet families upwards of $500 in fees and local animal charities receive %5 of each certificate sold. Of equal importance is the overall benefit of far fewer homeless and unwanted animals needlessly suffering.

When it's time to start planning your pet's spay/neuter visit, please reach out to a member of the Brook Farm team; they'd be glad to help walk you through purchasing your certificate and setting your appointment.

What Your Certificate Covers:

Surgical Procedure & Anesthesia

Your pet's procedure will be performed by a licensed veterinarian. A Licensed Veterinary Technician will act as your pet's dedicated anesthetist throughout their surgery.

($350)

Post-Operative Monitoring:

Careful post-operative monitoring by our trained and knowledgeable staff helps us mitigate complications and ensure a successful recovery.

($45)

Hospitalization & Inpatient Treatments:

Your pet receives proper post-surgical care and continual evaluation by the doctor before being discharged.

($95)

Catheterization & Fluids:

Throughout the procedure, your pet is kept hydrated while under anesthesia.

($125)


Course Overview

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What AAHA Accreditation Means for Your Pet
We have the AAHA logo next to our name, do you know what it means?
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What AAHA Accreditation Means for Your Pet
We have the AAHA logo next to our name, do you know what it means?
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Our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program
There are so many benefits of spaying and neutering your pets. Brook Farm Veterinary Center offers a low-cost program to help with the costs associated with this procedure.
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Our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program
There are so many benefits of spaying and neutering your pets. Brook Farm Veterinary Center offers a low-cost program to help with the costs associated with this procedure.
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Getting Ready
Getting ready for your pet's spay or neuter may be scary, but our team of highly trained veterinarians perform this routine surgery using the best safety measures, in a warm, welcoming environment.
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Getting Ready
Getting ready for your pet's spay or neuter may be scary, but our team of highly trained veterinarians perform this routine surgery using the best safety measures, in a warm, welcoming environment.
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Food and Water Restrictions
After having their spay or neuter procedure it's important to know that your pet may have food and water restrictions. Talk to your Veterinarian.
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Food and Water Restrictions
After having their spay or neuter procedure it's important to know that your pet may have food and water restrictions. Talk to your Veterinarian.
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Comfort From Your Brook Farm Family
We are committed to caring for your pet as if they were our own.
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Comfort From Your Brook Farm Family
We are committed to caring for your pet as if they were our own.
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Spaying
Spaying, aka ovariohysterectomy, is a surgical procedure performed under general anesthesia. It involves removing female cat or dog’s uterus and both ovaries through an incision made in the abdomen.
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Spaying
Spaying, aka ovariohysterectomy, is a surgical procedure performed under general anesthesia. It involves removing female cat or dog’s uterus and both ovaries through an incision made in the abdomen.
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Aftercare
While the spaying process is identical for cats and dogs, in general, these species tend to recover slightly differently.
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Aftercare
While the spaying process is identical for cats and dogs, in general, these species tend to recover slightly differently.
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Aftercare (Part 2)
Female spay procedures require aftercare to keep the incision site clean and safe from infection.
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Aftercare (Part 2)
Female spay procedures require aftercare to keep the incision site clean and safe from infection.
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Neutering
Neutering, sometimes called castration, is the surgical removal of a male cat or dog’s testes.
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Neutering
Neutering, sometimes called castration, is the surgical removal of a male cat or dog’s testes.
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Aftercare
Neutering your cat or dog is a safe, simple procedure.
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Aftercare
Neutering your cat or dog is a safe, simple procedure.
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Aftercare (Part 2)
Checking your pet's incision is crucial to making sure they're healing after their spay or neuter.
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Aftercare (Part 2)
Checking your pet's incision is crucial to making sure they're healing after their spay or neuter.
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When To Call
We're always here for you if you have questions or are concerned that your pet may need to be rechecked by the doctor after their procedure.
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When To Call
We're always here for you if you have questions or are concerned that your pet may need to be rechecked by the doctor after their procedure.
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Final Thoughts
Together with your Brook Farm family, you are doing your part to prevent the cruel suffering of homeless and unwanted pets.
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Final Thoughts
Together with your Brook Farm family, you are doing your part to prevent the cruel suffering of homeless and unwanted pets.

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At Brook Farm, we're dedicated to bringing extraordinary care and compassion to pets.

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