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Tel:  (215)-547-9100 | Fax: (215)-547-9105

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370,000 Reasons To Spay & Neuter | An Animated Short

What We Use

Woodbourne Animal Clinic utilizes a radio cautery surgery machine when performing surgery. This decreases blood loss during surgery because this seals small blood vessels as it cuts. Animals are generally in less pain after surgery, experience less swelling, and fewer postoperative infections. We use Sevoflurane anesthesia for very old and very young animals; Isoflurane anesthesia gas for other routine surgeries.

  • Call (215)-547-9100 or message us to schedule your free consultation.

  • Prices vary with every animal.

  • We offer low cost spaying & neutering.

  • Rabies & vaccines shots must be up to date.

How Do Pet Microchip Services Work? | Dog & Pet Care

Microchipping Cost & What It Can Do You & Your Pet

Microchipping provides your pet with a permanent means of identification; unlike collars and tags that can be lost or removed. Each microchip contains a unique identification number that is accessed when a scanner is passed over the chip. When a shelter, veterinary hospital, or animal control scans a lost pet, they note the identification number and enter it into a database to retrieve the owner’s contact information & return the pet to it's rightfull owner. The microchip is the size of grain of rice and is implanted just under your pet’s skin with a needle and is no more painful than any other injection. Microchipping provides a peace of mind for pet owners who are concerned about losing their pets.

The cost of microchipping your pet is $40; this includes a lifetime registration.

Rabies - Plain & Simple

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Vaccination of domestic mammals for rabies is very effective. Since animals who have rabies secrete large amounts of virus in their saliva, the disease is primarily passed to dogs through a bite from an infected animal. It can also be transmitted through a scratch or when infected saliva makes contact with mucous membranes or an open, fresh wound. The risk runs highest if your dogs-or any pet-is exposed to wild animals. The most common carriers of the rabies virus in this country are bats, raccoons, skunks and foxes. In the United States, rabies is reported in cats more than in any domestic species. If there are also cats in your household, it’s important to make sure they are vaccinated and kept indoors. By PA law, dogs and cats shall be vaccinated against rabies within 4 weeks after the date the dog or cat attains 12 weeks of age, and maintain a current rabies immunity as prescribed by rabies vaccine manufacturers.

Rabies vaccine pricing for small pets is $23. Large pets are $29.

Heartworm Disease - Plain & Simple

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Heartworm disease is a serious disease that results in severe lung disease, heart failure, other organ damage, and death in pets, mainly dogs, cats, and ferrets. It is caused by a parasitic worm called Dirofilaria immitis. The worms are spread through the bite of a mosquito. The dog is the definitive host, meaning that the worms mature into adults, mate, and produce offspring while living inside a dog. The mosquito is the intermediate host, meaning that the worms live inside a mosquito for a short transition period in order to become infective (able to cause heartworm disease).

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