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    Default Re: The (high) cost of neutering a bulldog.

    Here is the breakdown for Gunny. You can ignore the Cherry Eye of $150 and the Cherry Eye Add'tl minutes of $44.00 and the Momentamax (meds for ear infection) of $44.46. -gunnyspay-001-jpg
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    Default Re: The (high) cost of neutering a bulldog.

    I've had LOTS of dogs & cats all my life (sucker for a stray, lol) and usally had a bunch
    at same time so I've always used low cost spay/neuter clinics...NEVER had any problems!

    For a bully, I would look for a Vet Hospital, all should be fine. Good luck & GOD bless!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ModernFemme View Post
    Is would still be close to $600 without the blood test. According to them, they can't do the blood test unless my dog is sedated.

    Why?? That's ridiculous. Abby had blood tests every month of her life and she was never, ever sedated. I take fosters for blood work each time a new one walks in my door and they aren't drugged either. I would put a BIG question mark on that.

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    Does anyone know of a decent place to have this done around West Los Angeles? My vet in Marina Del Rey quoted me just north of $1500 for neutering / cryptorchid surgery, which I thought was insane. I'm actually considering it because I worry too much about him getting a hack job.

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    Default Re: The (high) cost of neutering a bulldog.

    Quote Originally Posted by Arkham View Post
    Does anyone know of a decent place to have this done around West Los Angeles? My vet in Marina Del Rey quoted me just north of $1500 for neutering / cryptorchid surgery, which I thought was insane. I'm actually considering it because I worry too much about him getting a hack job.

    OUCH... your poor boy -- are both not dropping? if yes, it actually is best to stay with a vet you trust and pay for the best work. This is a painful process and if not done correctly it can be a very long recovery road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkham View Post
    Does anyone know of a decent place to have this done around West Los Angeles? My vet in Marina Del Rey quoted me just north of $1500 for neutering / cryptorchid surgery, which I thought was insane. I'm actually considering it because I worry too much about him getting a hack job.

    There's that really good vet in Santa Ana..I think @cali~jenn knows him..I'm in the San Gabriel Valley..so too far for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEISGREAT View Post
    There's that really good vet in Santa Ana..I think @cali~jenn knows him..I'm in the San Gabriel Valley..so too far for you.
    Oh yes! Dr. Kraemer in Santa Ana! The only place I will go for any real problems ever again. He is one of the best and most fair vets I have seen. Cutty had his acl torn and I called just for a price quote. Dr. Kraemer called me back specifically just to discuss it and asked me to email him my X-rays that were taken elsewhere, just to give me a second opinion. He knew I wasn't a customer of his and just did this because he cares. Of course he won me over instantly. AND his price was much less Than I had been quoted at the first vets office. He works greatly with the Southern California bulldog rescue and has a great specialist that comes in and does surgeries that need him. Wow i just wrote an essay, I am sorry. This is the first vet I have ever loved so much. @Arkham

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Carol View Post
    I've had LOTS of dogs & cats all my life (sucker for a stray, lol) and usally had a bunch
    at same time so I've always used low cost spay/neuter clinics...NEVER had any problems!

    For a bully, I would look for a Vet Hospital, all should be fine. Good luck & GOD bless!
    I have been very fortunate i actually used a low cost say & neuter clinic for both the bullies. I went with a list of questions and talked to them for a long time. I was lucky they had pugs and knew which one of thier vets would be best. ..

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    Default Re: The (high) cost of neutering a bulldog.

    I'm in North Carolina, I took Forde to the Humane Society , Spay and Neuter Clinic to have this done, it cost me 120.00.......this was like 3 1/2 years ago......took him that morning and picked him up that afternoon !

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    Default Re: The (high) cost of neutering a bulldog.

    Thanks guys! I'm actually going to call Dr. Kraemer and see what he says. Santa Ana isn't too terrible of a distance, especially if I save 500 bucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkham View Post
    Thanks guys! I'm actually going to call Dr. Kraemer and see what he says. Santa Ana isn't too terrible of a distance, especially if I save 500 bucks!
    It is an hour and 15 minute drive for meto get there but for surgery type of things it is a no brainer now. Had been to other "bulldog" known vets and hated them. Have used many local vets as well but for surgery, this is the only place I will ever go again. I wish I had gone there years before actually. And would even pay more to go there if I had to cuz too many smooshy faced pups die in surgery and that is just not worth risking for me.

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    I live in Arkansas and I think we paid $130.00 for Sheldon to be neutered and I love love love Sheldon's vet he loves all his animals he talks to them the hole time he is giving them a check up.

    Love has a name and its name is Sheldon!!!<3

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