We at Northshore Animal Care feel that transparency is key. This especially true when it comes to charges. Some clinics draw you in with prices given over the phone then will try to upsell additional treatments and services. In many cases these additional treatments are needed such as heartworm prevention, flea/tick medications, and annual general care. These prices may not have been included when talking with them over the phone and most will not publish their prices. We try to break away from this and publish our prices for most of our routine products and services. If you need a price but do not see it here, please call and we will do the best to help.

Feline Price List:        

Brief exam: $40

Comprehensive/emergency exam: $40

Vaccine Packages:

Kitten Vaccines:

Kitten First Round (8 weeks of age)

Exam, HCPCh (distemper), Fecal exam, and deworming……….................................................……..$78

Kitten Second Round (12 weeks of age)

Exam, HCPCh (distemper), and deworming……....................................................................…………..$68

Kitten Third Round (16 weeks of age)

Exam, HCPCh (distemper), 1 year rabies vaccine with Cook County Tag, and deworming………………………………………………………..........................................................................……$100

Adult Feline Vaccines:

Feline Annual Package

Exam, HCPCh (distemper), 1 year rabies vaccine with Cook County Tag, and fecal exam……......$110

Individual Feline Vaccines and Annual Diagnostics:

HCPCh…………………………………………………………………………………………….….................……………………..$30

Rabies 1 year*(vaccine only)…………………………………………………………...............…………………………….$35

Rabies 3 year*(Vaccine only).................................................................................................................$35

Bordatella……………………………………………………………………………………...............……………………………..$25

FELV………………………………………………………………………………………………………................…………………..$40

*County rabies tags additional

FIV/FELV test……………………………………………………………………...........……………....................……………..$49

Fecal floatation……………………………………………………...............…………………………………...........…………$39

Basic deworming……………………………………..........………...............………………………………………………….$19

Nail trim (simple)……………………………………………...........…...............………………………………………………$15

Microchip.................................................................................................................................................$57

Spay/Neuter:

Feline Spay 

Includes surgery, E-collar (cone), and pain medications to go home.............................................$325

Feline Castration/Neuter

Includes surgery, E-collar (cone), and pain medications to go home.............................................$149

**Surgeries are by appointment only

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Des Plaines Office

Monday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Testimonials

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  • "My pup Goon is so afraid at the Vets office.... (he’s a pit bull) I wanted to try an in-home service! And this was perfect... Goon was more comfortable and less stressed in our home than I’ve ever seen him.... the Dr and assistant were professional and put us both at ease! I'll definitely be using this service again and I’ll definitely be recommending it to others... thank you guys so much!"
    Karen Watkins Poeppel

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