Clinic Services

HSSM’s Louise Fenner Claiborne Spay Neuter Clinic (LFCC) provides high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter through a system focused on doing MANY surgeries as inexpensively and safely as possible.

HSSM’s Louise Fenner Claiborne Spay Neuter Clinic (LFCC) strives to make spay/neuter services affordable to all on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

NEW SERVICES ADDED! HSSM is excited to announce that we have added a Wellness Clinic to our operation to help better serve the community.

Services and fees can be found below.

Wellness Clinic Operating Hours:

Wednesday-Friday from 8am-4pm

Walk-ins Welcome or you can book your appointment by calling: 228-822-3830. 

“When you care, we’re there.”

Spay/Neuter Pricing

Female Dogs

  • Pre-Surgery Exam*
  • Surgical Pain Meds
  • 3-39 lbs  $105
  • 40-79 lbs  $120
  • 80-99 lbs  $130
  • 100-115 lbs  $155
  • 115+ lbs  $165
  • Umbilical Hernia Repair  $15

$105
Male Dogs

  • Pre-Surgery Exam*
  • Surgical Pain Meds
  • 3-49 lbs  $105
  • 50-79 lbs  $110
  • 80-99 lbs  $115
  • 100+ lbs  $125
  • Umbilical Hernia Repair  $15

$105
Cats

  • Pre-Surgical Exam*
  • Surgical Pain Meds
  • Female Pet  $70
  • Male Pet  $75
  • Harrison County Feral Cats with ear-tip ** $35
  • Umbilical Hernia Repair  $15

$35

*Additional costs could be incurred if medical conditions are discovered upon pre-surgical exam **Must provide proof of Harrison County residency.  Cats must arrive in humane trap and be ear tipped.

If you receive government assistance, you may be eligible for treatment discount.  Inquire by calling our clinic.

Additional Wellness Clinic Pricing

Vaccinations

  • Annual Exam for Dogs (6 months and older) $95
    • Includes: Comprehensive Exam-DHLPP (Distemper, Hepatitus, Leptospirosis, Parvo, Parainfluenza); Bordetella; Rabies Vaccine/tag; Heartworm Test; Fecal (based on results, additional medications may be prescribed)
  • Annual Exam for Cats (6 months and older) $80
    • Includes: Comprehensive Exam-FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia); Rabies Vaccine/tag; Fecal (based on results, additional medications may be prescribed) SNAP test not included but recommended for additional $20
  • Puppy Series (8-20 weeks old) $80 NO Booster Shots or $95 w/age appropriate Booster Shots
    • Includes: Comprehensive Exam-DHLPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parvo, Parainfluenza); Bordetella; Fecal (based on results, additional medications may be prescribed)
  • Kitten Series (8-20 weeks old) $80 NO Booster Shots or $90 w/age appropriate Booster Shots
    • Includes: Comprehensive Exam-FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia); Feca (based on results, additional medications may be prescribed) SNAP test not included but recommended for additional $20
  • Basic Exam $45 Rabies Vaccine w/tag $15
  • Re-issue of Rabies certificate $5
  • Re-issue of Rabies certificate and tag $10
  • Feluk (Feline Leukemia) $15
  • Vaccinations prices vary

$15
Treatment Services

  • Micro-chip $20
  • Ear Cytology $20
  • Eye Stain $20
  • Nail Trim  $10
  • Anal Gland Expression  $15
  • De-wormer  prices vary
  • SNAP testing (heartworms, Parvo, FELV, FIV) $20
  • Heartworm Preventions (Topical and Pills) $9.90-$112.20
  • ProHeart Heartworm Prevention Injection prices vary (determined by weight)
  • Skin Consultation $45
  • Diet Consultation $45
  • Health Certificate for Travel $40 (Domestic)
  • Baseline Blood work $50
  • Fecal Screen $20
  • Urinalysis $15-$30
  • FVRCp and Da2pp $12

$10
Heartworm Treatment

  • 1lbs-25lbs=$450.00
    • Payment 1 $150.00 (due at time of wellness visit)
    • Payment 2 $150.00 (due at time of first shot)
    • Payment 3 $150.00 (due at time of final shot)
  • 26lbs-75lbs=$625.00
    • Payment 1 $209.00 (due at time of wellness visit)
    • Payment 2 $208.00 (due at time of first shots)
    • Payment 3 $150.00 (due at time of final shot)
  • 76lbs-99lbs=$750.00
    • Payment 1 $250.00 (due at time of wellness visit)
    • Payment 2 $250.00 (due at time of first shots)
    • Payment 3 $250.00 (due at time of final shot)
  • 100lbs-150lbs=$975.00
    • Payment 1 $325.00 (due at time of wellness visit)
    • Payment 2 $325.00 (due at time of fist shot)
    • Payment 3 $325.00 (due at time of final shot)

 

$45000
Medicines

  • Bitter Orange  $7
  • Capstar (single dose) $10
  • Post-surgical pain meds  $15/pet Advantage (single dose)  $15
  • Advantage (six doses)  $85

$7
Clinic Products

  • E-collar for cats  $7
  • E-collar for dogs  $11
  • Cardboard Cat Carrier  $10
  • Dust Free Cat Liter $11

$7
Why should pets be spayed/neutered?
  • 6-8 million pets enter animal shelters each year.
  • 3-4 million pets die in those shelters.
  • The United States is facing a severe pet overpopulation crisis as a whole and spay/neuter is the only way we will overcome it.
  • Each Summer, HSSM experiences “Kitten Season”, in which hundreds of kittens flood the shelter at once. Most of these kittens are born at the same time because cats breed based on the weather: long days and warm weather are their triggers that it is time to have kittens.
  • Spay/Neuter is the only way we will be able to overcome the pet overpopulation crisis that plagues our nation, but that is particularly poignant in our community.

What are the health benefits to altering my pet?
  • Spayed or neutered pets live an average of 2 years longer than unfixed animals.
  • Spay/Neuter reduces and totally eliminates some forms of cancers and certain types of infections that can be life threatening.
  • Spayed or neutered pets are less likely to roam, which in turn decreases lifetime emergency veterinary costs due to lessened chances of being hit by a car or going missing.
  • Spay/Neuter eliminates the health risks associated with a female pet giving birth.

Will spay/neuter change my pets behavior?
  • Spayed or neutered pets are less likely to roam, decreasing their chances of being hit by a car or going missing.
  • Neutered male dogs and cats are less likely to take part in nuisance behaviors like mounting, urine marking, and yowling.
  • Spayed female cats and dogs do not go through the draining emotional toll of the heat cycle.
  • Spay/neuter can reduce or eliminate fighting amongst male cats and aggression in dogs.