Veterinary Services  


Overall services

Options is a full-service clinic offering:

  • Exams

  • Vaccinations

  • Spay/Neuter

  • General Surgery

  • Digital Radiographs

  • Senior Care

  • Trap-Neuter-Return for feral cats

  • Dental Care: Cleaning and Oral Surgery

  • End of Life Care

  • In-house Diagnostics

  • Microchipping

  • Skin Management

  • Pharmacy: In-House or Online

  • Behavior Recommendations

Services we do not offer at this time: Chemotherapy, advanced orthopedic surgery, CT scans. We may be able to help in other ways so please contact us for an initial exam.​

After Hours Emergencies

Animal Emergency & Specialty Center

6425 S. Virginia St., Reno, NV


Sierra Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center

555 Morrill Ave., Reno, NV



Prices below are a guideline – treatment plans and care will be guided by the needs of each individual animal.


  • Physical Exam: $38 (required for most services including prescription medications) ​

  • Spay/neuter: 

    • Please call our clinic for pricing.

    • Sliding scale for dogs: Dog spays and neuters are on a sliding scale based on financial need. 

    • New client non-refundable deposit: A non-refundable deposit of $ 50 per dog and $35 per cat is due at the time of scheduling all new client spay/neuter appointments. This deposit will be applied to your balance. In the event you do not show or fail to cancel or reschedule your appointment 48 hours prior, a surcharge of $50 per dog and $35 per cat will be applied to your account. This deposit will cover that fee.

  • Routine care

    • Microchip: $20

    • Vaccinations​​

      • Canine Bordetella Vaccine: $20

      • Canine Influenza Vaccine: $20

      • Distemper Vaccine: $18

      • Feline Leukemia Vaccine: $20

      • Feline Leukemia/FIV Test: $35

      • Feline FVRCP Vaccine: $18

      • Rabies Vaccine: 1-year $18,          3-year $20

Please call for other prices or to discuss financial challenges.

Feral Cat Spay-Neuter Process
  • Cost: $50 per cat, includes rabies and FVRCP vaccines. (Cats should be at least 3 months old for a rabies vaccine.)

  • Fridays are the only day that feral cat spay/neuter is conducted: Up to 2 feral cats per person may be dropped off without an appointment on Fridays only. Admission begins at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 8:30 a.m. We will not accept any TNR cats after 8:30 a.m. Fridays.

  • More than 2 cats: If you have more than 2 feral cats, you must make an appointment. Email:

  • When you arrive: Call the number on the sign out front for further instructions.

  • Trap required: Feral cats must be in a humane trap. This is very important to the safe handling of the cats. If you do not have access to trap, we may be able to loan one to you. Please secure the trap on each end with a clip or zip tie. 

  • Ear-tip: All feral cats will get an ear-tip. 

  • Possible TNR support: If you have a large number of feral cats or a sick or injured feral cat you are seeking to spay-neuter, contact us for possible support. Email:

Payment plan

If you are unable to pay fully at time of service


Options Veterinary Care works with Scratchpay to offer payment plans to our clients. Please click to the button below to find a plan that works for you. If Scratchpay doesn't work for you, then please click here to learn about other resources that our available.

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