How Much Does Pyometra Cost?

Pyometra is a potentially life threatening condition that affects uterus of an unspayed cat or dog. Dogs are more prone to developing the infection than cats and the risk increase with age. It can occur regardless of the animal’s heat cycle or whether it has been bred or not. Immediate evaluation and treatment is normally recommended to prevent the condition from worsening.

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Average Reported Cost: $1000

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  1. Laura (Lawrecevill,NJ) paid $1000 and said:

    Do not call Animal Alliance unless you are into being verbally abused. My vet diagnosed my dog with an open pyometra, prescribed antibiotics and referred me to Animal Alliance in Lawrenceville, NJ. My vet does not do Pyometra spays. I called on a Thursday and left a message, Called again on friday and left a message. They returned my call on Monday. I was called names. Told that just to teach me a “lesson” they were going to charge me what a private vet would. Then she asked me if my vet was going to charge me $1000.00. I tried to explain to her that my vet does not do these and referred me to them. She then went on to lecture me that this should have been done already as it is an emergency spay. Note, it is an emergency with a closed not an open but should be taken care of in a timely manner. My vet felt the antibiotics would only increase the success of surgery. finally this rude woman told me “no we won’t help your dog”

    Was it worth it: No

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