Our Services, Pricing & Clinic Hours

P.E.T.S offers high quality spays and neuters for dogs and cats, as well as preventative care for your pets. There are no restrictions to using our clinic services based on income or where you live. Everyone is welcome! Every dollar you spend at P.E.T.S. is another dollar giving back to help pet owners, dogs, and cats facing hardship in our area.


Surgeries are by appointment only. P.E.T.S. is open Monday through Thursday for surgery. Drop off is between 7:30 and 8:30 am. Please call (940) 723-PETS or email us at [email protected] for assistance.

Pet Vaccinations do not require appointments. Pets are welcome to drop by our clinic at 500 Wichita St. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. any Mon-Thursday for low cost pet vaccinations. We are also open for Walk-in services the 3rd Saturday of each month (except December) from Noon-4pm. We are closed for the weeks of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years.


P.E.T.S Low-Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic will offer discounted fees or fee waivers for qualified pet owners as funds are available. Pet owners must present picture identification and proof of some form of government assistance. Examples include CHIP, WIC, Medicaid, Public Housing. Please click here to view our Programs page and learn about our current financial aid programs.

Services and Pricing

P.E.T.S offers spay and neuter services for dogs and cats, as well as low cost pet vaccinations (annual and rabies), microchips, city tags, heartworm testing, prevention, and treatment, dewormer, wellness exams (Saturdays only), flea and tick prevention, along with free nail trims.

Low Cost Spays and Neuters

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Neuter: $30.00

Spay: $40.00

– In Heat $10 Additional Fee
– Pregnant $20 Additional Fee

E-Collar: $5.00


Neuter: $55.00

– Undescended Testicles: +$10/$20 additional fee.

Spay: $55.00

– In Heat $10 Additional Fee
– Pregnant $20.00 Additional Fee

E-Collar: $5.00

The general guidelines for surgery are:

  • Animals must be at least 3 lbs and 3 months old.
  • Maximum age limit depends on breed.
  • Pets over 6 months of age should NOT have any food after 10 p.m. the night before surgery. Pets under 6 months should be fed a small breakfast. Please continue to offer water.
  • All services and surgeries are subject to our vets’ discretion. Vets may refuse surgery on any animal they feel is not a suitable candidate.
  • Pet owners may not schedule more than four animals per surgery day.
  • Dogs must arrive in a crate or on a leash.
  • Cats must arrive in a crate. If you do not have a crate, please put your cat in a pillow case. We will transfer your cat to a crate the moment you arrive. DO NOT CARRY YOUR CAT IN YOUR ARMS.
  • It is recommended that all male dogs purchase an E-Collar to prevent licking incision site and causing infection or opening. Cost is $5.00.

Please download and print both the surgery and medical history forms.

Click the link to download the P.E.T.S. Surgery Intake Form.

Click the link to download the P.E.T.S. Medical History Form.

Low Cost Pet Vaccinations


  • Rabies: $10 for fixed cats, $12 for unfixed cats over 3 months.
  • FVRP-C: $15.00
  • FVRP-C + Rabies: $22 for fixed cats, $27 for unfixed cats over 3 months.
  • FeLV: $10.00
  • Kitten Booster Shot (Per Round): $15.00


  • Rabies: $10.00 for fixed dogs, $12 for unfixed dogs over 3 months.
  • DAV2PPv + Cv: $15.00
  • Annual Vaccinations (DAV2PPv + Cv + Rabies): $22.00 for fixed dogs, $27.00 for unfixed dogs over 3 months.
  • Bordetalla (Kennel Cough): $10.00
  • Complete Canine Influenza H3N8 & H3N2 (Dog Flu): $25
  • Puppy Booster Shot (Per Round): $15.00

The general guidelines for vaccinations are:

  • Puppies and kittens should begin their shots between 6-8 weeks of age. Each booster is $15.00 and should be given every 3-4 weeks until the puppy or kitten is 16 weeks of age. It is recommended that puppies and kittens receive at least 3 boosters. Puppies and kittens over 8 weeks of age should be dewormed every 2 weeks until they begin heartworm preventative.
  • The Kennel Cough vaccine should be given 3-7 days prior to boarding depending on your boarding facility’s requirement. The vaccine is only good for 6 months. First time kennel cough vaccines should be boosted 2 weeks later.
  • The feline leukemia vaccine does not treat leukemia. Our vets recommend you test your cat before administering the vaccine. If your cat is exclusively indoors you may choose to update the vaccine every 2-3 years. Outdoor cats should be vaccinated every year for feline leukemia.
  • Rabies is required by law for pets over 12 weeks of age. If given twice in a twelve-month period, the vaccine is good for 3 years. Otherwise it expires yearly.
  • Vaccines should be boosted yearly until your cat or dog has been deemed by a veterinarian to be too old to benefit or has a health condition that would be affected by vaccine boosting.
  • Never give a sick animal vaccines. Vaccinating for a disease the animal already has does not treat it or help. It brings down their immune system and can make the animal sicker.
  • Heartworm pills should be started after your dog turns twelve weeks old but before he or she is 6 months old. A test is required for dogs over 6 months of age. Once your dog has been tested, P.E.T.S. can prescribe 12 months of preventative to your dog. A test is required every year to renew the prescription. Pills should be given monthly and all year long. Do NOT stop administering heartworm pills during winter months. Heartworm disease is a year-round threat in Texas. Furthermore, heartworm pills prevent your dog from contracting many other types of worms that are native to Texas that can also be transmitted to humans. A worm-free dog is a happy dog.
  • If you have tested or purchased heartworm preventative from a different veterinarian, P.E.T.S. can sell you a  6 month supply of preventative if you bring proof of the test and proof that your dog has been on preventative for 6 months.
  • Heartworm disease is FATAL. It is a disgusting and slow death that can be prevented by an inexpensive monthly preventative. Indoor dogs are at risk as well. Heartworm treatment is expensive and hard on your pet. Please keep your dogs on heartworm preventative all year long.
  • Drontal Plus treats hook worms, round worms, tape worms,and whip worms. It may not be given to pregnant females, cats under 4 weeks or weighing less than 1.5 lbs, or puppies under 3 weeks or less than 2 pounds.

Please download and print any form that applies to your visit.

Click the link to download the P.E.T.S. Walk In Form for non-surgical visits.

Click the link to download the P.E.T.S. Nail Trim Form.


All Tests

  • Felv/FIV (Feline Leukemia/FIV Test): $20.00
  • Heartworm Test: $20.00

Heartworm Preventative

Heartworm Prevention Medication

  • 1-25 lbs (6 mos supply): $25.00
  • 26-50 lbs (6 mos supply): $30.00
  • 51-100 lbs (6 mos supply): $35.00

Heartworm Treatment

Heartworm Treatment Options for your Heartworm Positive Dog.

Option 1- “Immiticide” is the most effective and quickest treatment that destroys all adult heartworms is available at any Full Service Vet Clinic. Immiticide, a medicine, will be injected into your dog to kill the heartworms. Considering heartworms are damaging your dog’s heart and lungs every day they are present, this is the best treatment. Your full service veterinarian will discuss the risks associated with this treatment and give you guidelines when to test again to determine if the treatment worked.

Option 2- “Doxymectin” treatment is relatively safe and less expensive. It destroys adult heartworms over 1-3 years and requires 4 visits to our clinic during a 12 month period. Your dog’s heart and organ health may remain impaired from the damage the heartworms continue to cause and have already caused. If this treatment does not cure your dog, option 1 may still be recommended.

Option 2 combines Doxycycline and monthly heart worm prevention. Neither of these drugs alone will destroy adult heartworms but used together are quite effective. An organism lives inside the heartworms helping them to reproduce and stay strong and healthy. Doxycycline destroys that organism and makes it weak. The Ivermectin, in your monthly heartworm preventative, is then able to kill the weakened heartworms. This option destroys most if not all adult heartworms over time which could be 1-3 years. We will check your dog’s blood for microfilaria, baby heartworms, each visit to our clinic and recommend testing each year.

Option 3- Is the least effective treatment that puts your dog on heartworm prevention to slow the reproductions of new worms in your dog’s heart and prevent new heartworm infections from beginning. Heart and organ damage will continue until all adult heartworms have been killed. This treatment can take 2-6 years but is always better no treatment at all. We still recommend testing for heartworms each year.

We recognize treatment at a full service vet clinic is not always an option. Neither is doing nothing. Left untreated, heartworms WILL kill your dog and it is a slow, inhumane death. Heartworms cause your dog to suffocate to death. Option 3 will at least keep the heartworms from getting worse and slowly, over time allow the adult heartworms to die off. If none of these 3 options are possible, please speak with us privately. Your dog’s heart and organ health is important to us and we may be able to help.


The Cost of Doxymectin Treatment varies with the weight of your dog but will cost between $20-$30 per month for 12 months. If you elect the Doxymectin Treatment, an individualized treatment plan and cost will be provided to you. Your pet will be examined by a veterinarian prior to beginning Doxymectin treatment and every 3 mos during treatment.

Deworming (Canine PPM & Feline Drontal Plus)

Per One-Time Dose

  • Cats (Per One-Time Dose): $6.00
  • Dogs 2 – 10 lbs (Per One-Time Dose): $2.00
  • Dogs 11 – 20 lbs (Per One-Time Dose): $4.00
  • Dogs 21 – 30 lbs (Per One-Time Dose): $6.00
  • Dogs 31 – 40 lbs (Per One-Time Dose): $8.00
  • Dogs 41 – 50 lbs (Per One-Time Dose): $10.00
  • Dogs 51 – 60 lbs (Per One-Time Dose): $12.00
  • Dogs 61 – 70 lbs (Per One-Time Dose): $14.00
  • Dogs 71 – 80 lbs (Per One-Time Dose): $16.00
  • Dogs 81 – 90 lbs (Per One-Time Dose): $18.00
  • Dogs 91 – 100 lbs (Per One Time Dose): $20.00
  • Dogs 100 – 110 lbs (Per One Time Dose): $22.00
  • Dogs 111 – 120 lbs (Per One Time Dose): $24.00

* Feline Drontal and Canine PPM is one time dose given to treat round worms, hook worms, tape worms, and whip worms. It is distributed by weight. 

Flea and Tick Prevention (Activyl Plus, Bravecto)

Nexgard Dose (Single Dose 30-Day)

  • Dogs: $20.00 per monthly dose

Vectra3D Dose (Single Dose 30-Day Repels Fleas, Ticks, AND Mosquitos)

  • Dogs: $14.00 per monthly dose

Catego Flea Topical for Cats (Monthly)

  • Cats: $12.00 per monthly dose

Capstar (Single Dose)

  • Cats: $8.00
  • Dogs: $8.00

Bravecto (Single Dose 3 Month Pill)

  • Cats $36.00
  • Dogs $45.00


Implanted Permanent ID

Nail Trim (Free)

Free Nail Trims!

  • Nail Trims Available for No Charge!

Preventative Wellness Exams (At Saturday Clinics Only)

Wellness Exams by Our Vets

  • Dog or Cat: $20
  • Includes: Head to tail exam.. listen to heart and lungs, check eyes and ears, palpate abdomen for any obvious masses, etc. check teeth, discuss preventative care needs like heartworm testing, teeth cleaning, weight concerns.
  • Available at Saturday Clinics Only which are held on the 3rd Saturday of Each Month (Except December).

Our Service Area

The P.E.T.S. Clinic is based in Wichita Falls, Texas. We proudly offer low cost spays and neuters, low cost pet vaccinations, other clinic services, and programs built to save and improve the lives of pets in Wichita Falls and all surrounding cities.

We also have pickup/delivery available in: Nocona, Bowie, Jacksboro, Seymour and Graham. Checkout our the Rural Transport program page for more information!

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