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Blk 1002, Toa Payoh Lor 8, 01-1477, Singapore 319074Tel: +65 6254-3326, 9668-6468, 9668-6469. judy@toapayohvets.com

Focus: Small animals - dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, pet rats and mice, birds and turtles      
April 25, 2018
 
 

FEES IN 2018 - 2019  
 
1. Caesarean section & anaesthetic. Excludes antibiotics, painkillers.
$1,900 - $2,500 (<5 kg). 
$2,500 - $3,800 (5.1 - 35 kg). Depends on time taken and number of puppies.

Caesarean in Singapore dogs.
Video: Swinging distressed puppies.
Video: Eclampsia.
Video: Emergency Caesarean Section 

2. Castration (neuter) & anaesthetic - male cats, hamsters, rabbits. Excludes e-collar, antibiotics, painkillers.  
$150 - $200 for male cats, guinea pigs and rabbits.
$75 - $95 for male hamsters.


3.
Castration (neuter) & anaesthetic - Male dogs with 2 descended testicles.  Excludes e-collar, antibiotics, painkillers
$250 (<5 kg). $350 (5 - 14.9 kg).
$400 (15 - 24.9 kg). $450 (>25 kg)

Undescended testes.
Additional $150 to remove one undescended testes & $300 to remove two undescended testes.  

Neuter male hamsters, rabbits, guinea pigs  $100-$150. Excludes medication & painkillers.

4. Vasectomy (no removal of testes). Additional $150 to castration (neuter) fees
Update - Sterilisation of dogs

5. Consultation  
$30 - $60.  9.30 am - 7 pm on weekdays and 9.30 am - 4 pm on weekends (except public holidays)
$50 - $70 (public holidays, after 5 pm). 
$250 - $400 for house-calls. Depends on location and public holidays.


6.
Debarking* & anaesthetic
Ventriculocordectomy (laryngotomy or ventral approach). Excludes antibiotics, painkillers & hospitalisation for 3 days.
$550 - $700 (small breeds like Miniature Schnauzers).
$700 - $950 (large breeds, 15 - 25 kg).  
$200 - $300 for oral approach.
Depends on situation* and size of dog as alternatives to debarking are strongly advised.

7. Declawing* surgery & anaesthestic. Excludes antibiotics, painkillers & hospitalisation for 2 days.
$350 - $450. Two front paws.
Declawing cats. 
Depends on family safety/conflict/property damage situation as alternatives to declawing are strongly advised.*

8. De-ticking. $250 - $350 including sedation, clipping bald, bathing, tick removal.
Video: De-ticking services


9. Ear Surgeries.
Lateral/vertical ear canal resection (LECR/VECR) & anaesthetic. Excludes antibiotics, painkillers and IV drips. Video: Lateral ear canal resection surgery at Toa Payoh Vets

Webpage: Images of LECR
$500 /ear. LECR operation if no ear tumours
$650/ear. VECR. The Schnauzer bit 2 vets!


10.
Eye surgeries. Entropion surgery and eye corneal ulcer surgery & anaesthetic. Excludes antibiotics, painkillers & hospitalisation for 3 days.
$500 - $800 depending on the severity of the condition. Eye entropion surgery for Shar-Pei puppies.
Enucleation (eyeball removal)
Video: Descemetocole in a Shih Tzu 
Video: A 3-year-old Shih Tzu has corneal ulcer


11. Bone fractures.
Pin, plates and other procedures including anaesthetic. $2,000 - $4,000.  Excludes antibiotics, painkillers & IV drip.

12. Gastrotomy to remove foreign bodies in the stomach/intestine. $1,800 - $2,500. Exlcudes antibiotics, painkillers & IV drip.
Gastrotomy educational video for vet students


13.
General anaesthetic gas, isoflurane, excluding sedation. $100 (<5 min).
$300 (5-15 min). $400 (16-30 min).
$500 (31-45 min).  $600  (46-60 min)

Sedation.  $100 - $150 for sedation (size of dog)

Oxygen therapy. From $100 (<1 hour)

14. Hernia repair & anaesthetic. Excludes antibiotics, painkillers
$1,500 - $2,500 depending on the numbers, severity and location of hernias. With mesh, additional $500. A stitch in time saves nine

Perineal hernias in a Pekinese X Pom


15. Lab tests
$60 Heart worm test (blood)/Parvovirus tests (faeces). Babesia tests, excluding PCR tests.

PCR tests for Babesia. Request quote.

$80. Tests for parvovirus, coronavirus, distemper giardiasis/FIV.

$50. Urine tests.
 
$150. Complete Blood tests.
$250. Urinary stone analysis.

$380 - $450. Histology. Biopsy.

16. Microchip $50

17. Spay & anaesthetic - female cats. Excludes E-collar, antibiotics, painkillers.

$150 - $200 (depends on weight).
Add $70 if caterwauling or on heat.
$250 - $350 (pregnant).

18. Spay & anaesthetic - female dogs. Excludes antibiotics, painkillers, Elizabeth collars, IV drips. 
$300 (<5 kg) e.g. Chihuahua. 
$350 - $400 (5.1 - 14.9 kg) e.g. Miniature Schnauzer, Shih Tzu.
$550 - $650 (15 - 25 kg) e.g. Golden Retrievers   
$750 - $950 (>25 kg). e.g. Great Dane.

Spay female rabbits, guinea pigs. Excludes antibiotics, painkillers, Elizabeth collars. $250 - $350 depending on size.

19. Pyometra surgery & anaesthetic: $1,500 (small breeds like Chihuahua and cats). $2,000 (medium breeds like Schnauzers). $3,000 (big breeds like Golden Retrievers). Excludes antibiotics, painkillers, IV drips.
Pyometra in aged female dogs
Video: Sterilising your dog questions and answers
Video: Sterilisation of your pet.
Video: Closed Pyometra in A Dog


20.
Tail amputation surgery and anaesthesia.  Excludes antibiotics, painkillers, Elizabeth collars..
$40 (<3 days old)
$200 - $300  (4 - 14 days old) includes anaesthesia
$300 - $400 (2-4 weeks old) includes anaesthesia 
$400 - $600  (>4 weeks old) includes anaesthesia.  breeds e.g. Jack Russell & Rottweiler.
A tail-less Rottweiler


21.
Teeth scaling and anaesthetic. Excludes antibiotics, painkillers, IV drips.
$250 - $300 depending on severity of periodontitis.
$20/tooth extracted.
A biting Spitz.    Carnaissal Tooth Abscess

Large cheek tumour & 15 rotten teeth


22.
Tumour removal & anaesthetic  for hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, dogs, cats. Excludes histology, antibiotics & painkillers
$150 - $350 hamsters (depends on size).
$350 - $600 for dogs, cats. Depends on numbers & size.
The hamster loses its fighting spirit
Paw cyst and wart in a dwarf hamster
Electro-surgery to excise the ear tumours in a dwarf hamster


23. Urinary stone removal and anaesthetic. Excludes antibiotics and painkillers. $1,200 - $2,500.  Depends on severity, time taken and location.

Video: Kidney & bladder stones
Bladder stones in a much loved cat.


24.
Vaccination

DOGS
$40 kennel cough vaccine.
$40 (9-in-one)*.
$70 rabies vaccine
$70-80 (heart-worm vaccine)

Heartworms in 2 Rottweilers
*9-in-one vaccine refers to disease protection against 9 diseases. These are the viruses of distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, adenovirus type 2, parainfluenza, coronavirus and 4 leptospirosis bacteria.

Video: Kennel Cough in A Puppy.
Video: What you need to know about parvovirus

CATS
$35  (flu, pneumonia & enteritis vaccine)

REPORTS:
24.1. Vaccination in dogs
24.2. Distemper virus kills puppies
24.3.  Parvovirus kills puppies
24.4.  Vaccination protocol for breeding and local dogs, recommended by Toa Payoh Vets.

25. Vet health examination after puppy purchase/for export. Excludes blood & urine tests, X-rays and ultrasound.
$65 excluding an eye scope examination
$85 including an eye scope examination

Above quotations are estimates of costs. It is not possible to quote exact costs as each case is different. Tel 6254-3326, 9668-6468.

SURGICAL CASES AND POST-OPERATION INFORMATION

Bathe your pet before the surgery. See Spaying a cat with hair mites

PET TRANSPORT, CREMATION,
DE-TICKING & BOARDING

Tel 6254-3326, 9668-6468 to make arrangement with groomers and others.

See:
Fees with case studies

For more information:
Tel/SMS  9668-6468, 6254-3326.  judy@toapayohvets.com


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