Dental care is vital to the overall health of any pet. Dental disease can lead to health issues with the heart, liver, and kidneys and has the potential to seep into your pet’s bloodstream. In fact, 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats over three years of age suffer from some form of dental disease, making it the most common pet health issue among our pet population.
We offer spaying and neutering of cats and dogs at low cost to assist in the pet overpopulation crisis. All of our patients are under anesthesia, and the surgical instruments sterilized. The incision area is shaved, to minimize contamination, and scrubbed with two solutions to assist in the disinfection of the skin. Patients are given an injection of pain medication and antibiotics at the time of surgery. All dogs and female cats will also be sent home with three days worth of medication for post-surgical pain management. Recovery period is seven to ten days.
Cat Neuter: The testicles are removed through two small incisions. The incisions are so tiny that no sutures are needed. Recovery is generally uneventful and aftercare minimal
Cat Spay: A 1.0-1.5 inch incision will be made on your cat's abdomen. The uterus and the ovaries will both be removed. We use absorbable buried sutures, that you will not be able to see, to close the incision. We also use a small amount of green tattoo ink along the incision to permanently identify her as spayed. (For feral cats we offer ear cropping, we understand that you may not be able to catch these cats ever again, and you need to see if they have been done from a distance)
Feline Declawing: The front feet can be declawed. This consists of removing the first digit from each toe. This is to insure that the nail is unable to regrow. We apply pressure bandages to the declawed paws post-surgically to control any bleeding. We will keep your cat two nights. The paws will be tender, so restriction of exercise is essential for home care for one to two weeks after. We will provide one week's worth of Yesterday's News to provide a safe litter for your cat's tender paws. Clay litters tend to enter the incision causing infection and pain. A physical examination with one of our doctors is required before procedure can be scheduled.
Dog Neuter: a small incision will be made just in front of the scrotum. Both testicles will be removed through one incision to minimize aftercare. The incision will be closed with absorbable buried sutures. Healing time frame is 5-7 days.
Dog Spay: A small incision will be made on your dog's abdomen, the uterus and ovaries will both be removed. The incision will be closed with three layers of absorbable buried sutures. We also use a small amount of green tattoo ink along the incision to permanently identify her as spayed. It is important to restrict exercise for seven to ten days after surgery.
At Bethel Animal Health in Bethel, OH, we are proud to be on the cutting edge of medical technology. Radiology is a technique and diagnostic tool that we use to look inside the body in an entirely non-invasive way. X-rays allow us to create images of all the body's organs.
Spay And Neuter
Thanks for choosing to spay or neuter your pet! We are thrilled that you are interested in doing your part to control pet overpopulation. Due to our years of working with both the Brown County Humane Society, Clermont County Humane Society, Peppermint Pig Animal Rescue, and The Animal Rescue Fund - we have first hand knowledge of the overpopulation that results in countless and needless deaths of thousands of animals in our area every year! That means that while we love puppies and kittens, the responsible thing to do is to get you pet "fixed"
Our LOW COST SPAY-NEUTER SERVICE is offered due to our firm belief that these services should be available and affordable in order to control pet overpopulation. Surgery times are available Monday through Friday, and all surgery is done by appointment only. We do about 100 procedures a week. Due to our prices, we tend to be busier than the regular vet clinic. Our surgeries are usually scheduled out approximately 3-8 weeks. Please keep that in mind when you call to make an appointment. (Cats schedule further out due to demand)
NOTE - Prior examination at our hospital is required for older animals. Given the specific health needs of older animals we may also require pre-surgical bloodwork. Please call us today!
~Our price includes the surgery, anesthesia, a pain injection, antibiotic injection, same day hospitalization, a complimentary toenail trim, and 3 days of additional oral pain medication to go home. (Sutures will absorb and do not need to be removed.)
- 2-69.9lb $90.00
- 70-89.9lb $120.00
- over 90lbs $180.00
Our price includes the surgery, anesthesia, a pain injection, antibiotic injection, same day hospitalization, a complimentary toenail trim. (No Sutures)
Any Weight - $50.00
Our price includes the surgery, anesthesia, a pain injection, antibiotic injection, overnight hospitalization, a complimentary toenail trim, therapeutic laser treatment (stimulates cell regeneration), and three days of post operative pain medicine. Sutures are absorbable.
Any Weight - $50.00
Our price includes the surgery, anesthesia, a pain injection, antibiotic injection, mandatory overnight hospitalization, a complimentary toenail trim, therapeutic laser treatment (stimulates cell regeneration) and 3 days of additional oral pain medication to go home. (Sutures will absorb and do not need to be removed.)
- 2-59.9lb - $100.00
- 60-89.9lb - $165.00
- 90lb+ - $225.00
Every year, thousands and thousands of pets go missing. Not knowing where your pet is or how to bring them back can be a helpless, hopeless feeling. It's a tragedy that happens all too often. But there is a simple, safe, and effective way to ensure your pet's safety and retrieval should they ever become lost.
Thank you for your interest in our Vaccine Clinic!
Vaccine Clinic Dates (subject to change)
10/4/19, 10/18/19, 11/1/19, 11/15/19, 11/29/19, 12/13/19, 12/27/19, 1/10/20,1/24/20, 2/7/20, 2/21/20, 3/6/20, 3/20/20, 4/3/20, 4/17/20, 5/8/20, 5/22/20, 6/5/20, 6/19/20, 7/3/20, 7/17/20, 7/31/20, 8/14/20, 8/28/20, 9/11/20, 9/25/20, 10/9/20, 10/23/20, 11/6/20, 11/20/20, 12/4/20, 12/18/20
In an effort to provide affordable preventative healthcare for your pets, we offer this bi-weekly service.
Clinics are held every other Friday between 4:00-7:00 pm (unless otherwise noted).
How does Vaccine Clinic work? Between 4:00-7:00pm every other Friday, we will accepts clients or even new patients on a walk in basis, first come first serve. The vaccines are administered by a Veterinary Technician/ Assistant. Our doctor will not be able to diagnose any issues, or answer health questions at this time. If you need you to have one of your pets examined or would like to discuss an issue, we would recommend making an appointment throughout the week to see one of our doctors.
Is it cheaper than your regular prices? Our prices during a vaccine clinic are the same as what we charge throughout the week or when your pet is here for surgery. The difference is that you will not be charged the $35.00 office call fee.
When should I come to Vaccine Clinic, instead of making an appointment? If we have not seen your pet in the last year, we recommend an annual wellness exam. Pets age faster than humans so it's important to have regular check ups. The doctors have caught: heart issues, dental issues, orthopedic issues, worms, and fleas at routine annual exams that the owners were not even aware of because the symptoms had not yet become obvious. If we have seen your pet in the last year, and they are acting healthy, I recommend visiting our vaccine clinic
Are you busy during your Vaccine Clinic? Yes and no. We typically vaccinate between 30 and 60 animals in the three hour time span we have. Usually people come in waves, so we'll be incredibly busy at one moment, and then will only have one or two animals in the waiting area the next. Average wait time is 1-2 hours.
Can I reserve my spot by coming early? We don't start our check-in process until about ten minutes before the Vaccine Clinic starts. If you come in early we will not check you in until it's time for the clinic.
The following services are offered during our Vaccination Clinic:
- Canine/Feline Rabies Vaccine $14.00
- Canine Distemper/Parvo Vaccine $15.00
- Canine Leptospirosis Vaccine $15.00 (series of 2, if your pet has not had the vaccine before)
- Canine Bordetella (Kennel Cough) Vaccine $15.00
- Canine Bivalent Influenza Vaccine $28.00 (series of 2, if your pet has not had the vaccine before)
- Canine Lyme Vaccine $28.00 (series of 2, if your pet has not had the vaccine before)
- Feline Upper Respiratory/Distemper Vaccine $15.00 (series of 2, if your pet has not had the vaccine before)
- Feline Leukemia Vaccine $20.00 (series of 2, if your pet has not had the vaccine before)
- Heartworm Tests (Canine) $27.00
- Leukemia Tests (Feline) $28.00
- Leukemia/FIV Tests (Feline) $35.00
- Microchip (Canine/Feline) $35.00 (includes life-time registration)
- Deworming - cost depends on weight and age - usually between $9.00-$18.00 per animal
At Bethel Animal Health in Bethel, OH, we believe that regular checkups and wellness exams are critical to your pets' well-being. These wellness exams give us a chance to evaluate the overall health of your pet while also giving us a baseline for their unique bodies and tendencies.
Obesity is a common problem among pets, as it can be easy to overfeed a cute dog or cat that knows how to beg. Being overweight is a serious problem for animals, and can cause real health problems. With proper diet and exercise, all pets should be able to meet their dietary needs and stay within a healthy weight range.
Pets with behavioral problems can often pose a frustrating challenge for pet owners. However, through behavioral consultations we can correct unwanted behaviors and enrich both your life and your pets' life. To learn more about how behavioral consultations can help your pet, please contact us today at (513) 734-7729.
The idea of your pet being infested with parasites is a disturbing thought, but it's also a medical issue that can have serious consequences if not properly dealt with or prevented. Parasites pose a variety of health issues for our pets, who can be very susceptible to certain parasites depending on age, region, and other factors.
Ultrasound uses sound waves to offer a non-invasive, painless, and radiation-free method of imaging your pets' internal organs. Providing this service is one of the many ways that we show how dedicated we are to providing your pet with the best care possible.
Our hospital provides a wide variety of in-house diagnostic testing with the most state of the art technology available. It is our goal to provide your pet with the highest level of care possible, and our diagnostic tools help us do that.