360-253-4241

916 NE 112th Ave., Suite 101
Vancouver, WA 98684

Advanced Surgery Price List

Have you been referred to a board certified specialist surgeon by your veterinarian? Were you convinced that your pet needs the recommended surgery, but were stressed out by the financial implications of accepting the surgeon’s recommendations? If you answered yes, you are not alone. The prices for many of these surgeries have risen dramatically over the last few years. For example, the average price for a TPLO in the Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area is $4500 to $5,000. Abdominal surgeries start at $3000 just for making an incision, opening the abdomen and looking. Although we are not a specialist practice, Dr. Brandon Sherman has extensive experience and advanced continuing education and surgical training. In addition, he has performed these procedures with excellent outcomes. Although the prices listed may still be considered expensive to some pet owners, they are dramatically less than what you’d pay for a specialist to perform it. Dr. Brandon has a love and passion for surgery, and loves seeing patients get back to good health after surgery. He has grown frustrated seeing pets that can be made healthy and happy again with surgical intervention, get euthanized because of their owner’s lack of funds. Realistically, we won’t be able to save every pet. But, our clinic is committed to saving as many as we can.  To accomplish this goal, we have formulated a very reasonable price list for these procedures.

 

Orthopedic Procedures

1) TPLO (for ACL rupture): $2,000
2) Lateral Suture (for ACL rupture): $1,000    OrthoZip: $1,250
3) Medial Patella Luxation (Block Ressection Trochleoplasty): $1,000
4) Leg Amputation $1,000
5) Femoral Head/Neck Ostectomy (feline): $800
6) Femoral Head/Neck Ostectomy (canine): $1,000
7) Fracture Repair Tibia: $1,350 (Pins/Wire or ESF) $2,000 plate repair
8) Fracture Repair Femur: $1,500 (Pins/Wire or ESF) $2,000 plate repair
9) Fracture Radius/ulna: $1,350 (Pins/Wire or ESF) $2,000 plate Repair
10) Fractured Humerus: $1,500 (Pins/Wire or ESF) $2,000 plate Repair
11) Mandible Fracture (Symphysis-Circlage): $500
12) Mandible Fracture (Body): $1,200
13) Rostral Mandibulectomy (Remove the front part of lower jaw): $1,250
14) Platelet Enhancement Therapy: $550
15) Orthopedic Implant Removal (pins, screws, wire, plates): $300

 

Soft-Tissue Procedures

16) Colectomy (Removal of colon for treating megacolon in cats): $1,000
17) Intestinal Foreign Body Removal: $1,000
18) Cholecystectomy (Gall Bladder Removal): $1,250
19) Pyometra-Feline: $550
20) Pyometra-Canine (less than 50 pounds): $850
10) Pyometra-Canine (greater than 50 pounds): $1,000
11) Thyroidectomy-Feline (treatment of hyperthyroidism): $650
12) Perineal Urethrostomy-Feline: $1,000
13) C-section-feline: $750
14) C-section-canine (less than 50 pounds): $850
15) C-section-canine (more than 50 pounds): $950
16) Cystotomy-Female (Open bladder to remove bladder stones): $850 (Does not include stone analysis)
17) Cystotomy-Male : $1,000 (Does not include stone analysis)
18) Eye Enucleation: $700
19) Splenectomy: $1,000
20) PDA Ligation (heart shunt): $1,750
21) Entropion (one eye): 400 (both eyes) $550
22) Grid Keratotomy (Corneal Ulcer Surgery): $500
23) Nephrectomy (Remove kidney) $1,500
24) Ultrasound guided liver biopsy(sedation, biopsy collection, histopathology to lab): $575
25) Cherry Eye Repair (Remove Gland): $250
26) Cherry Eye Repair (Preserve Gland): $700
27) Tail Amputation (Feline): $450
28) Tail Amputation (Canine): $650
29) Toe Amputation: $575
30) Rectal Prolapse (internally tack colon to body wall): $750
31) Hernia Repair (umbilical): $375
32) Hernia Repair (inguinal): $900
33) Hernia Repair (perineal): $1250
34) Hernia Repair (diaphragmatic): $1,250
35) Elongated Soft Palate: $650
36) Growth Removal:
Large: $650
Medium: $500
Small: $300
Difficult Location Add on: up to $250

37) Abdominal Exploratory Surgery (Open Abdomen and Exam): $775
With biopsy: $1,000
38) Anal Sac Removal: $850
39) Dewclaw Removal (2 fronts): $395
40) Dewclaw Removal (4): $500
41) Aural Hematoma Repair: $600
42) Abscess Repair Feline: $300
43) Salivary Gland Removal: $875
44) Lateral Ear Canal Ressection: $850
45) Laryngeal Paralysis Repair: Treated by removal of vocal folds: $950
46) Thoracic Mass Removal: $1,850
47) Urethral Prolapse Repair: $950
48) Parathyroidectomy: $1,000
49) Laceration Repair: Grade 1: $300 Grade2: $450 Grade 3: $600  Add up to $400 for difficult location
50) GDV (“Bloat”): $1,800

Elective Procedures 

51) Dog Spay (<1 year old):  $250
52) Dog Spay (>1 year old):  $375
53) Dog Spay (in heat) Added Fee:  $100
54) Dog Spay (Pregnant) Added Fee: $150
55) Dog Neuter:  $225
56) Dog Neuter (Cryptorchid) Added Fee: $175
57) Dog Neuter (Scrotal Ablation) Added Fee: $175
58) Cat Neuter:  $199
59)  Cat Spay:  $239
60) Cat Spay (Pregnant) Added Fee: $100
61) Rabbit Neuter: $130
62) Rabbit Spay: $200
63) Guinea Pig Neuter: $70
64) Goat Neuter: $150

 

For patients referred by other facilities and have a diagnosis, the presurgical consultation/exam is free. These prices include iv catheter and fluids, post-surgical pain medicine, bloodwork (if indicated) and anesthesia and monitoring. If post-surgical x-rays are required (fractures, foreign body removal, etc) that is included as well. This price does not include diagnostics to make a diagnosis before surgery such as blood tests, diagnostic x-rays, etc. The price covers one night of hospitalization in our facility after surgery if indicated. For patients that are in critical condition and require 24 hour close monitoring, we will recommend the patient transfer to a 24 hour, critical care facility for after care. Of course, this would not be included in the quoted price. In addition, histopathology (biopsy to pathologist) is not included in the above fees. If a growth/tumor is sent in to the pathologist, the fee is about $250.

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