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Integrative Specialty Offerings

Are you looking for a holistic approach to your pet's surgery? At Balanced Pet NW, we offer specialty services for pet owners who have a regular veterinarian elsewhere, but want to take advantage of our unique expertise. Whether it's spaying, neutering, dental cleaning, or tumor removal, we can perform these procedures with minimal stress and maximum healing for your furry friend. How do we do it? We combine the best of western and eastern medicine to create a balanced treatment plan. Before the surgery, we give your pet a preprocedural exam and a herbal formula that helps reduce bleeding naturally. After the surgery, we use laser therapy to stimulate blood flow, speed up recovery, and ease pain. Our goal is to make your pet feel comfortable and healthy as soon as possible. If you are interested in our specialty services, please contact us today. We would love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have.

Specialty Services

Canine - Gastropexy

$2000 - $3000

A canine gastropexy is a surgical procedure that attaches the stomach of a dog to the abdominal wall. It is done to reduce the risk pf gastric dilatation and volvulus (GDV), also known as bloat, which is a life-threatening condition that causes the stomach to twist and trap gas and fluid inside. A canine gastropexy can be performed as a preventive measure in dogs that are at risk of GDV, or as part of the treatment for dogs that have GDV.

Canine - Ovary Sparing Spay

$1400 - $3000

An ovary-sparing spay is a type of surgery for female dogs that removes the uterus and cervix but leaves one or both ovaries intact. This prevents the dog from getting pregnant but also preserves the production of ovarian hormones. The dog will still have heat cycles and attract male dogs, but will not bleed. An ovary-sparing spay may have some health benefits and risks compared to a traditional spay that removes both ovaries and the uterus.

Canine Vesectomy

$1100 - $2700

A canine vasectomy is a procedure that prevents a male dog from reproducing by cutting or tying the vas deferens, the tube that carries sperm from the testicles to the penis. The testicles are not removed, so the dog can still produce testosterone and maintain its natural behavior and health. However, it does not eliminate the risk of testicular cancer or prostate problems, so regular check-ups are recommended. A canine vasectomy is performed under general anesthesia and requires a small incision in the scrotum. The recovery process is usually quick and painless.

Cryptorchid Charge

$800.00 - $1200

Neuter surgery for cryptorchid dogs involves removing the undescended testicle(s) from the abdomen or inguinal canal. This is a more complex and invasive procedure than a regular neuter surgery, and therefore it may incur additional charges.

Dental Cleaning

$1600 - $6700

Your dog's teeth need regular cleaning to prevent gum disease and tooth decay. A canine dental cleaning is done by a veterinarian who puts your dog under anesthesia and inspects each tooth. The vet will take X-rays to look for any hidden issues and use special tools to remove plaque and tartar. The vet will also polish the teeth to make them smooth and shiny. A canine dental cleaning can improve your dog's oral health and prevent future problems. The cost of the procedure depends on the size of your dog and how many teeth need to be extracted.

In heat/Pregnant Charge

$500.00 - $800

Charge of extra fees for spaying dogs that are in heat or pregnant. This is because the surgery is more complicated and requires more time, skill, and resources. The uterus and blood vessels of dogs in heat or pregnant are larger and more fragile, which increases the risk of bleeding and complications. The extra charges help cover the cost of additional anesthesia, medication, and staff.

Neuter

$1100 - $2200

Neutering can have many benefits for the animal and the owner, such as reducing the risk of certain diseases, preventing unwanted pregnancies, and improving the behavior of the pet.

Spay

$1100 - $2600

A spay, also known as an ovariohysterectomy, is a surgical procedure that removes the ovaries and uterus of a female dog or cat. This prevents them from going into heat and having puppies or kittens. A spay is done under general anesthesia by a veterinarian and has several health benefits for the pet, such as reducing the risk of infections and cancers in the reproductive organs.

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