What sets us at Jarrettsville Veterinary Center apart
We have the best doctors and staff and we share a deep commitment to providing a kind, compassionate hospital, centered around caring for your companions. We will work with you to help you find an affordable, beneficial treatment plan while remaining honest, accessible, and transparent.
We are open 7 days a week, 8 am – 8 pm Monday through Thursday, 8 am – 6 pm Friday, 8 am – 2 pm Sat, and 1 pm – 3 pm on Sundays (walk-in fee applies). Every client can reach us via phone, email, or Facebook private messenger. We never deny care to a client pet in need. We provide CareCredit, third party billing options, and a Pet Savings Plan to help you budget for your pet’s year around and emergency care.
We have been a part of our community for over 70 years. We value the relationships and trust that we build with our patients and their parents.
We publish our prices to help our clients understand the cost of their pets care. Although we try very hard to keep these constant please understand that some may be subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control such as change in distributors costs, patient specific treatments, and/or other unknown and unforeseen factors at this time but we do our very best to remain affordable and work with everyone to find care that works their unique need.
Initial exam at 8 weeks old. First round of vaccines; Bordetella (aka kennel cough), Distemper, fecal examination, microchip, de-wormer, and first doses of preventatives to go home. We discuss diet, puppy training, any health concerns, and your puppies vet care plan. This plan is tailored to you, your puppy and the specific history, breed and environmental concerns. This appointment is about $200.
Next exam is 3 weeks later. Kennel cough, Distemper/Lepto combo, Lyme and next doses of preventatives are free. We spend time talking about training, raising a happy, healthy puppy, and provide assistance with any questions or concerns you might have. This appointment is about $100.
Last puppy exam at 16 weeks. Rabies Vaccine, last round of puppy vaccines: Distemper/Lepto and Lyme, doses of preventatives, recommended pre-op bloodwork for spay/neuter, and fecal recheck if needed. We discuss the scheduling of surgery, long term preventative plan, and the tips for your growing pup to becoming the beloved family member we all want them to be. This appointment is about $200 – $240.
Typical kitten exams are at 8, 12 and 16 weeks. At 8 weeks FVRCP Part 1, Leukemia/FIV test, deworming and fecal exam for intestinal parasites. Cost of this visit is about $135.
At 12 weeks the FVRCP Part 2 and Leukemia Part 1, microchip, first dose of flea preventative. Cost of this visit is about $80.
Last kitten visit at 16 weeks, finish FVRCP + Leuk vaccine, 1 yr rabies vaccine, pre-op spay/neuter bloodwork. This appointment is about $165.
Rabies vaccine; First time rabies vaccine certificate is for 1 year, all subsequent are given with a 3 year duration.
Distemper/Lepto combo; First is a series of two boosters 3 weeks apart, then every 3 years. Leptosporosis; given yearly after initial series. Lyme; given yearly after initial series.
Kennel cough (Bordetella). Fecal examination and heartworm testing are recommended yearly. Dogs staying in our boarding facility or utilizing our grooming facility may also be required to have the canine influenza vaccine.
- Distemper Combo (3 yr distemper w/1 year lepto) $45
- Leptospirosis (4 way) $20
- Kennel Cough $25
- Lyme $30
- Rabies vaccine and certificate $16
- Microchip $25
Flea & tick and heartworm prevention are recommended year around
Canine Influenza Vaccine – First time is a two part booster – $50 each. Yearly after that – one vaccine at $50.
Rabies and FVRCP are given every 3 years after kitten series is complete
Feline Leukemia is recommended yearly for those at risk
Flea & tick prevention is recommended
- FVRCP 1 yr duration $25
- FVRCP 3 yr duration $30
- Feline Leukemia $25
- Rabies vaccine and certificate $16
- Microchip $25
- FIV/FLV Combo Test $45
Call, email or stop in for pricing. While we do our very best to provide the highest quality products at the most affordable prices we cannot always compete with large corporate buying power. We do, however, offer genuine products with a complete product guarantee and full refund if you are not happy with the product.
** please note that surgery prices reflect the surgery itself and may not include other items such as IV catheter placement, pain or other medications, cone, additional anesthesia, additional treatments for special circumstances such as brachycephalic dogs, etc. An exam with a doctor, pre-op blood work and vaccines may also be required prior to surgery.
- Feline Neuter $100
- Feline Spay $150
- Canine Neuter $225
- Cryptorchid neuter ranges from $350 to $800+
- Canine Spay less than 50 pounds $275
- Canine Spay 51-100 pounds $300
- Canine Spay 101 pounds or greater, $350
- Canine Spay overweight or pregnant $480
(There is a $50 additional charge for pets over 12 months old, and a 60 day grace period for newly adopted pets from a rescue or shelter).
- Blocked Cat $800-1200 (Price can vary based on hospitalization stay).
- Pyometra Cat $400-800 (Severity of illness at presentation can influence cost).
- Exploratory Surgery $800 -1200 (Price can vary based on severity of underlying disease).
- GDV (bloat) $500 -1500 (Price can vary on other organ involvement).
- Pyometra Canine $800-1200 (Price can vary based on severity of associated illness).
- Splenectomy $800-1200 (May require additional care at emergency facility post-operatively).
** While we recognize that the prices of these are not inexpensive, these are often complicated, life threatening conditions that require intensive immediate intervention and after care. We will do our best to work within everyone’s budget, we offer multiple payment options, and we will support your pets care as our own. We do not believe in economic euthanasia, nor do we deny life saving care due to cost. Ask us for help, be proactive, and be prepared. We can help!
- Anal gland expression (w/technician) $20
- Anal gland expression (w/doctor) $25
- Microchip $25
- Nail trim (canine/feline) $15
- Ear flushing/cleaning $30
- IV catheter placement $40
- Intravenous fluids, first bag $40, $20 each additional bag
- Blood pressure evaluation $40
- Corneal flourescein stain $25
- Ear swab & stain $25
- Schirmer tear test $30
- Tonometry $40
- Surgical extraction, minor (surgeon’s time) $25
- Surgical extraction, major $100
- Average cat dental with extractions needed, ranges from $300 to $650
- Average dog dental with extractions needed, ranges from $380-$800
- Radiograph, digital (1 view) $100
- Radiograph, digital, additional (2- 3 views) $150
- Radiograph, digital, additional (4 plus views) $200
- Dental radiograph, digital (1 view) $40
- Dental radiograph, digital (2-4 view) $60
- Dental radiograph, digital (4 plus views) $80
- Abdominal $250-$300
- Fecal $ 40
- Fecal Giardia w HW, Lyme, Ehrlichia, Anaplasmosis screen $70
- Feline leukemia, FIV, test $35
- Parvovirus test in-house $40
(This may not include pre-op examination, diagnostics, hospitalization care,
medications or medical pet t-shirt).
- Mass removal small $400-$800
- Mass removal large $800-$1200
- Anterior cruciate repair, ACL, lateral fabella suture technique $800 – $1500
- Aural hematoma repair $50 to $200 Pawbly Stories
- Amputation, toe, $500 Pawbly Stories
- Amputation, tail, $500 Pawbly Stories
- C-section canine $400
- Cherry eye, $350 – $600
- Cystotomy $500 – $1200
- Enucleation, $400+
- Entropion, $250
- Exploratory surgery $600 -$1500
- Lateral ear resection, $300 – $600
- Splenectomy $800 – $1200
- Laser, additional fee $100-$200
- Perineal Urethrostomy (PU) $500-$800
- Wound repairs range from $200-$600
- Initial Session $50
- Single Session $35
- Distance Session $30
We offer boarding for our clients and grooming services for anyone. In order to board or groom with us, dogs and cats must have the following vaccines. Dogs – Kennel Cough, Lepto, Distemper, Rabies and Canine Influenza. Cats -rabies and feline distemper. Boarding is $30 per night per dog and $20 per night per cat. Grooming prices depend on the size and type of pet and our groomers are happy to speak to anyone who would like to learn more about their services and costs.
Dr. Magnifico uses a lateral fabellar technique to stabilize the knee with a cranial cruciate rupture. All patients must be examined before surgery can be scheduled. The pre-op exam includes examination $50, includes pre-op bloodwork of a chemistry, CBC, and urinalysis $150, and radiographs of both knees and the pelvis $150. All dogs with cruciate ruptures are recommended to seek services and surgery at a boarded surgeon’s office.
Average Cruciate Surgery is $850 – $1500
- Physical exam $50
- Comprehensive or extended exam $63
- Annual or Senior Exam $45
- Sunday walk-in $60
- Consultation exam, 2nd opinion $65
- Consultation exam, behavior $100
- Re-check exam $30
- Hospitalized patient exam $30
- In patient care $40
- Health certificate (includes certificate) $45,
- Urgent care (emergency fee during regular hrs, including exam) $75
- Telephone consult $30
- Consultation with Specialist $40
Missed Appointment Fee $50
Our staff, along with the donations from many of our wonderful clients, help to provide care to other pets in our community for our projects like our Pet Food Pantry, free housing in inclement weather, cat shelter workshops, and financial assistance to pets in need. We also provide care for the pets of many local rescues at significant savings.
Our pledge to our community, patients and clients remains to be affordable, accessible, transparent and compassionate. If you have a pet care question and you are a client please call us at the clinic and we will help in anyway that we can, if you are not a client please go to Pawbly.com for free pet care help and information.