Spay/Neuter, Vaccination & more
Located at Every Creature Counts Facility
1245 Factory Circle Fort Lupton, Colorado 80621
All animals must be at least 16 weeks of age.
Kittens must be at least four pounds prior to surgery.
All services are cash only, payment due at time of service.
For surgeries, the owner must drop off and pick up the animal.
All our services are listed below
- Appointment Required Low-cost spay/neuter clinic is Monday – Saturday 9:00am – 2:45pm (please arrive no later than 2:30 to begin paperwork) – Please contact us to schedule.
- VACCINE CLINIC is between 1:00pm and 2:45pm Monday-Saturday – no appointment needed
- Appointment Phone Line Available Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm: 303-857-2053
- If you get a busy signal, that means we are currently helping someone so please call back, or leave a message.
- Email for clinic scheduling and inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
- To cancel an appointment: Please email us at email@example.com or call us at 303/546-2704 ext. 6. Please include your name, phone number and scheduled date.
- We offer vaccines at our Spay/Neuter Clinic,between 1:00pm and 2:45pm Monday-Saturday.
- No Appointment is necessary – but please arrive no later than 2:45 so we can get everyone processed before we close at 3pm.
- Vaccines are available only to spayed/neutered animals. However, we do offer vaccines to puppies and kittens under 16 weeks of age not yet eligible for spay/neuter.
- Rabies tags are available upon request for cats receiving a rabies vaccination.
- Tags are automatically provided for dogs receiving a rabies vaccination.
- All cats must arrive in separate carriers or secure containers
- All dogs must arrive on leash.
- See Pricing below
- Appointments/General Questions: 303-857-2053 (M-F 9am-1pm)
- Post-Vaccination Concerns: 303-546-2704 ext 2
- Email for inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
- You may contact us with information about the animal you wish to surrender. Please provide the age, breed, sex, whether spayed/neutered, whether declawed (cats), any health and/or behavior concerns, and reason for surrender.
- Please e-mail us email@example.com or call us at 303/546-2704 ext. 5.
- Please note that we have limited space and are usually full. We will contact you only if we are able to help you.
- All services are cash-only and payment is due at the time of service. We appreciate your adherence to our policy.
- The owner of animal must be the one bringing in the animal and also the one picking up.
- We keep our prices affordable by operating on a cash-only basis.
- Animals must arrive during the designated drop-off time and be picked up promptly during the designated pick-up time.
- All cats must arrive in separate carriers or secure containers (please ensure that the container has adequate ventilation).
- There is a $5 charge to purchase a cat carrier.
- All dogs must be on a leash.
- Patient Drop-off (for animals with appointments only) between 7:00am – 7:30am Patient Pick-up between 3:00pm – 4:00pm
- Please note – If you are not able to pick up your animal by 4:00 pm we will keep your pet overnight. There is a $25 per day charge for holding an animal. If animal is not picked up by 10 am the next day, another $25 charge will apply and every day thereafter.
- You can print and complete the Clinic Consent Form for your pet and bring it with you on the day of service.
- Click here for Feline Leukemia/FIV and Dog Heartworm Testing Consent Forms. You can print this and bring it with you the day of service.
- Please make sure that your animal does not receive food after 10:00pm the night before surgery, or on the morning of surgery.
- Water should be available to your pet prior to surgery.
- Post-operative care is simple but important in helping your pet with recovery.
- Your pet may exhibit signs of still being under the influence of anesthesia. This is a normal condition and is affected by the size and age of the animal. This condition will diminish over time.
- When your pet first returns home after surgery, please be sure they have an opportunity to go to the bathroom.
- Please do not expose your pet to loud noises or too much activity. Your pet will recover most quickly in a quiet, warm environment.
- Your may offer your pet a small amount of food and water. Some animals do not wish to eat directly following This is normal. Your pet’s appetite should return to normal by the next day. If your pet’s eating habits have not returned to normal within 24 hours following surgery, please contact us.
- Male/Female Dogs and Female Cats: Your pet has dissolvable sutures in their incision. These sutures do not require removal. However, as the body begins to absorb the suture material, there may appear a firm, painless swelling beneath the skin around the incision. This is normal! The swelling will diminish in 10-14 days. Please check your pet’s incision site at least once per day.
- If you note any bright red blood or discharge from the incision, please contact us immediately.
- If your pet begins to lick its incision site, please place an E-collar on your pet for at least 5 to 7 days.
- E-collars can be purchased from pet supply The collar should be tight enough to prevent your pet from pulling it off but also loose enough to allow normal breathing and swallowing.
- Please be sure to keep your pet’s incision site dry for at least 2 weeks following surgery. Since the sutures are dissolvable, it is very important to prevent premature dissolving, which could cause the incision to re-open. Dogs should not be groomed for at least 2 weeks following Please consider areas where your pets could be exposed to water or excessive moisture and keep a close eye on them. Cats that are allowed to go outside should be kept inside for at least three 3 to 5 days to allow time for the incision to begin to adequately heal.
- ALL PETS SHOULD BE CLOSELY MONITORED THE FIRST 24 HOURS FOLLOWING SURGERY
- If your pet has a post-surgical issue, you must contact Every Creature Counts for assistance.
- We will not absorb the cost of any services incurred through other veterinarians.
- If you need assistance, please contact us at 303/546-2704 ext. 2. Messages are checked throughout the day and your call will be returned
- Critical recovery concerns: 303/546-2704 ext. 2
- General recovery questions: 303/857-2053 (M-F 9 am – 1 pm)
You may print these instructions at this link: Print Post-Op Care
- Requesting Records For An Animal That Received Services At Our Clinic
- To request vaccination record, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following information: Rabies Tag Number, Date of Vaccination, Animal’s name, sex, age, and breed
- To request medical records, e-mail us at email@example.com and include the following information: Your Name, Address and Phone Number, Date of Service, Animal’s name, sex, age, and breed
- Requesting Records For An Animal Adopted From Every Creature Counts To request medical records, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org include the following information: Your Name, Address and Phone Number, ECC ID Number(5 digits), Animal’s name at the time of Adoption
4 in 1 Combination
- Spay (female) $40
- Neuter (male) $35
- Crypt Orchid (male, testicles not descended) $20-50 additional
- Hernia Repair $20-50 additional
- Spay (female), Neuter (Male) based on weight
- Up to 50 lbs $60
- 51-65 lbs $70
- 66-80 lbs $80
- 81-95 lbs $90
- 95-110 lbs $100
- Over 110 lbs $10 for each 15 lbs over 110 lbs
- Hernia Repair or Crypt Orchid (male testicle not descended ) $20-40 additional
- Blood work $50-75
- Nail Trim $3 with surgery/$20 without surgery
- Feline Leukemia Testing $20
- Cats over 8 years require Propofol Anesthesia $10 additional
- Dogs over 8 years require pre-anesthetic blood work $50-75
- Dogs over 8 years require Propofol Anesthesia $10 additional
- Nail Trim $5 with surgery/$20 without surgery
- Heart Worm Testing $20
- Heart Worm Prevention (Interceptor) (2-8 lbs. $30)
- Heart Worm Prevention (Interceptor) (8.1-25 lbs. $35)
- Heart Worm Prevention (Interceptor) (25.1-50 lbs. $40)
- Heart Worm Prevention (Interceptor) (50.1-100 lbs. $45)
- Microchipping $25
- Tapeworm Treatment (Droncit) $10 per pill
- Roundworm Treatment (Stongid) $5
- E-Collar $5
- At this time, we are no longer able to offer dental services
We appreciate as much notice as possible if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment. If you are not able to make your appointment, please do let us know, as we often have a waiting list of animals in need of our services.
Please e-mail us at email@example.com or call us at 303/546-2704 ext. 6. Please include your name, phone number and scheduled date.
To schedule or for inquiries, please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Low Cost Feral Cat Services
Feral Cat Spay/Neuter is $15.
Cat MUST be brought to the clinic inside of a CAT TRAP.
Barn cats and stray cats cannot be altered for the feral cat price. See the description below to identify the difference between a barn or stray cat and a feral cat.
- STRAY / BARN CAT
- SOCIALIZATION TO HUMANS – May approach people, houses, porches, or cars, Can sometimes be touched, or stays just out of reach
- SOCIALIZATION TO OTHER CATS – Will likely live alone, not be part of a group
- BODY LANGUAGE – Might walk and move like a housecat, such as walking with tail up—a sign of friendliness. Will probably look at you, blink, or make eye contact
- SCHEDULE – Will be visible primarily during the daytime
- FERAL CAT
- SOCIALIZATION TO HUMANS – Will not approach and seek hiding places to avoid people. Cannot be touched
- SOCIALIZATION TO OTHER CATS – May belong to a colony
- BODY LANGUAGE – May crawl, crouch, stay low to the ground, and protect body with tail
- SCHEDULE – More likely to be nocturnal; occasionally out during the day