- Office visit $45
- Heartworm test for dogs $30
- FeLV/FIV test for cats $30
- Microchip $30
- Vaccinations $15 each
- Rabies protects dogs and cats against Rabies. This vaccine is required by the County for all dogs older than 3 months and strongly recommended for all cats older than 3 months. Adults that have a record of having received this vaccination at least twice in the past should have this vaccine boosted every 1 to 3 years.
- DHPP vaccine protects dogs against Canine Parvovirus, Distemper Virus Adenovirus Type 1 and 2, Parainfluenza Virus. This vaccine is given every 3 to 4 weeks in puppies 6 week to 4 months of age (total 3 to 4 “rounds”). In unvaccinated older puppies or adult dogs, the initial vaccine series is administered twice, 3 to 4 weeks apart. Adults that have a record of having received this vaccination in the past should have this vaccine boosted every 1 to 3 years.
- Bordetella vaccine protects dogs against some of the organisms that cause kennel cough. This vaccine is boostered annually.
- Leptospira vaccine should be given to dogs as an initial series of two vaccines given 3 to 4 weeks apart starting at 12 weeks of age. This vaccine is boosted annually thereafter. Leptospirosis is a potentially devastating bacterial infection that affects several species, including dogs and humans. Dogs can be infected by exposure from infected wildlife or soil contaminated with urine from an infected animal. The disease is highly contagious, and is the most common disease that humans can get from animals.
- FVRCP vaccine protects cats against Feline Herpesvirus, Feline Calcivirus, Feline Panleukopenia Virus. This vaccine is given every 3 to 4 weeks in kittens 6 weeks to 4 months of age (total of 3 to 4 “rounds”). In unvaccinated older kittens or adult cats, the initial vaccine series is administered twice, 3 to 4 weeks apart. Adult cats that have a record of having received this vaccination in the past should have this vaccine boosted every 1 to 3 years.
- FeLV vaccine (feline leukemia virus) should be administered to all kittens starting at 8 weeks of age and to all cats that have access to the outdoors or live in a home with a cat carrying the FeLV virus. One booster is required 3 to 4 weeks after the initial vaccine. After the initial series of 2, all cats should receive a booster one year later. Thereafter, this vaccine should be given annually to cats that have access to the outdoors or live with a FeLV-positive cat. It is not necessary to vaccinate indoor-only cats if there are no FeLV-positive cats in the home. Please note that this vaccine should only be administered to cats that test negative for the FeLV virus.
- Please Note: SICSA does not stock the following vaccinations: Lyme Disease Vaccine, and Canine Influenza Vaccine.
Cost of treatment for acute conditions of the ears, skin, GI, urinary system etc. will depend on what diagnostic testing is required and what medication is prescribed. The most common laboratory tests will run from $10 to $85. Most prescriptions will run $5-$60 each.
Please not that we have had to increase the prices on many of our services to cover our true operating costs. As a non-profit organization committed to serving our community, these price increases are necessary for us to continue to provide these services.
Do you qualify for discounted veterinary services? If you qualify for these federal assistance programs, you may be eligible for further discounts on our already low-cost services:
- Housing Choice Voucher Program
- SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
- SSI (Supplemental Security Income)
You must show proof of eligibility at the time of appointment booking to receive discounted services. Enter your information in the designated field on the appointment booking page (scroll down below). We are not able to provide discounted services without proof of eligibility.
Appointments are NOT for animals with emergency conditions. If you need assistance please call our veterinary clinic at 937-965-8590. Please be advised that if your animal has an emergency or other urgent medical problem, we may need to refer you back to your family veterinarian or to MedVet Dayton. SICSA is not able to provide any emergency or urgent care services.
If you have an emergency medical problem with your pet, contact MedVet Dayton at 937-293-2714.