Pet-Focused Care That’s Stress-Free for You

When you bring your beloved dog or cat to VPC, we’ll treat them like they were our own, giving them affordable care that protects them from lethal diseases and other health problems.

In addition to spaying and neutering, we provide vaccinations for rabies. We also vaccinate dogs for distemper, hepatitis, canine influenza, parainfluenza, parvovirus, bordetella (kennel cough), and leptospirosis. Cats can be vaccinated to prevent feline leukemia and the FVRCP vaccination immunizes them against three nasty diseases for up to 3 years. Additionally, we can test your cat for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV).

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Care That Protects

Firstly, vaccinations are not only part of being a good pet owner, they cost very little and protect against lethal diseases that are costly to treat. Secondly, spaying and neutering also have health benefits for your pet, including lowering their risk of cancer.

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Care That's Affordable

The services we provide are important to your pet, to you, and to our community. Therefore, we want to make them as affordable as possible.

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Care That's Convenient

We have vaccination walk-in hours from noon to 5pm daily and surgical hours each morning. Our goal is to make it as simple as possible for you and your pet. In addition, if you need to register your dog after vaccinations, the county Animal Services Agency is right next door!

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Care That's Clear Up Front

All of our fees are posted below, and there are no hidden costs. More importantly, you’ll know exactly what’s involved with any procedure and what the outcomes for your pet will be.

Spay & Neuter Price List

Cats and dogs need to be at least 2 pounds and 3 months old to be eligible for surgery. All surgeries include an e-collar (cone) and 3 days of pain medication ($30 value) to go home with in the price (excluding TNR).
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Dog Spay:

Up to 10 pounds
10 - 20 pounds
20 - 30 pounds
30 - 40 pounds
40 - 50 pounds
50 - 60 pounds
60+ pounds
Call (209-353-6914) for Pricing
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Dog Neuter:

Up to 20 pounds
20 - 40 pounds
40 - 60 pounds
60 - 80 pounds
80 - 100 pounds
Over 100 pounds
Cute female cat

Cat Spay


Dignified male cat

Cat Neuter


Additional Surgery Fees (if required):

Animal Hazardous Waste Disposal (Required for all surgeries and vaccinations)$2
Cryptorchid (undescended testicles in males)$35-$55
PregnantCat:$25 Dog:$30-$55
In HeatDog:$30
Aggressive Handling$30
Umbilical Hernia Repair$25
Bloodwork (required prior to surgery for ages 6yrs and up)$65
IV Catheter/Fluid Therapy$20

Additional Services Available at Time of Surgery

Rabies vaccine (required if over 3 months old)$15 (if no proof is provided, vaccine will be given)
Flea Treatment$12
Ear Mite Treatment$8
Microchipping (with lifetime registration) Discounted because chipping is easier when the pet is anesthetized$15
Tapeworm Treatment$8

Dog Vaccinations

DAPP (Distemper/Hepatitis/Parainfluenza/Parvo)$20
3 YR DAPP$30
Bordetella (Kennel Cough)$20
Influenza (series of 2)$30 each

Cat Vaccinations

FVRCP (Rhinotracheitis/Calicivirus/Panleukopenia)$20
FeLV (Feline Leukemia)$35
FeLV/FIV Test$50

Other Services

Heartworm testing$30
Puppy/Kitten De-Worming$8
Microchipping with lifetime registration$25


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Your Valley Pet Care Staff

It’s people that make a practice work. Learn more about the Valley Pet Care staff here.

Dr. Betts

Dr. Michael Betts

Doctor Lotz

Dr. Lynette Lotz

Brandi Netherton

Brandi Netherton

Registered Veterinary Technician

Brandi has been in practice for 15 years. She says she enjoys enriching the lives of VPC patients, but puppies’ breath is her favorite part of working here. She also loves the ocean and playing with her French Bulldogs.


Our Story

We love caring for animals and serving people who care about them as much as we do! As a result, our mission is a simple one. Our goal is to make sure every pet in the Central Valley is healthy and cut down on the number of animals that are strays or end up in shelters. That’s why we focus on immunizing pets against lethal diseases, spays, and neuters.

Dr. Michael Betts, Dr. Lynette Lotz, and our staff are glad to help your pet live a healthier, happier life.

We want to be part of your pet’s happy story. Start with an appointment or by walking in between 12:30pm and 3pm, and let’s make things better together.

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3643 Cornucopia Way Modesto CA 95358


Vaccinations: M-F — 12:30-3 p.m.
Surgery drop off: M-F — 8:30-9 a.m.

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Getting Care for Your Pet

Making pet care simple, affordable, and comforting is what we do. So depending on the care your pet needs, you have two easy options:


Walk-in Hours for Vaccinations

Due to COVID-19 we are currently administering vaccinations by appointments 12:30pm to 3:00pm on Fridays.


Scheduling Surgery

We perform surgery Monday through Friday. If your pet needs to be spayed or neutered, please click the button below to schedule an appointment.

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