At Transit Animal Hospital, we’re dedicated to providing you and your furry friend with all the tools for a long and healthy life. Whether something is bothering your pets or it’s just time for their yearly checkup, our veterinary clinic has everything you need!
We are now happily equipped with the Companion Therapy Laser System to provide drug-free, surgery-free, and pain-free relief. Laser therapy can assist with recovery from surgery, injured ligaments, infections, and more. Accelerated recovery times and the advantage of this being a pain-free therapy are the most notable benefits.
Listed below, you'll find our complete list of clinic services, and from the drop-down menu you can find out even more information. Since we have a central location on Transit Road, we are the perfect veterinary clinic for many of Buffalo's suburbs, especially the West Seneca, Cheektowaga, and Lancaster, NY areas. We love our adorable patients!
As an emergency veterinary clinic, we are equipped for surgery, microchipping, boarding, bathing, pain management, and more. Don't hesitate to ask us about any of our additional services if you are concerned about your pet. Transit Animal Hospital keeps pets healthy!
Wellness Visit: $52.00
Medical Progress Exam (re-check): $26.00
Emergency Examination: $67.00
Vaccinations (we offer vaccination packages for puppies and kittens with savings on cost)
Canine Distemper Vaccine: $21.00
Canine Distemper/Lepto Vaccine: $29.00
Canine Leptospirosis Vaccine: $21.00
Canine Lyme Disease: $29.00
Canine Kennel Cough Vaccine: $21.00
Feline Distemper Vaccine: $21.00
Feline Felv Vaccine: $23.00
Feline Distemper/Felv: $29.00
Canine Rabies: $21.00
Feline Purvax Rabies: $29.75
Nail Trim (w/ exam): $13.05
Nail Trim Only: $24.20
Canine 4DX Parasite test Heartworm/Lyme/Erlichia/Anaplasmosis: $55.35
Feline Leukemia/Aids Test (Felv/Fiv): $64.80
Home Again MicroChip: $53.00
General Bath (under 45 lbs): $28.00
General Bath (46-90 lbs): $33.71
**Baths are for client-only pets. The pet must be updated with vaccinations. We will only do baths by scheduled appointment. Animals are bathed with a grooming or oatmeal shampoo (client preference). They will be dried with a cage dryer and lightly brushed. This is not a grooming.
Canine Spay (6 months of age or less): $385.00
Canine Neuter: $344.00
Feline Spay: $340.00
Feline Neuter: $190.00
Feline Declaw w/ laser (Front Paws): $415.00
**All surgery charges include anesthesia, blood screening (profile & CBC), IV catheter, hospitalization, ECG monitoring, and pain medication.
**Declaws are only done with the surgical laser and also include antibiotic injection (convenia) and special litter (Yesterday’s News).
***Declaws done with spay/neuter are discounted $45.00.
Boarding Feline: $17.94 tax included
Boarding K-9 (sm. 1 - 20 lbs): $27.19
Boarding K-9 (med. 21 - 49 lbs): $32.08
Boarding K-9 (lg. 50 - 89 lbs): $35.34
Boarding K-9 (x-lg. >90 lbs): $38.61
**All animals coming into the hospital for boarding are required to be up-to-date on distemper, rabies, kennel cough, and annual de-worming or fecal checks. Any animals that need to be brought up-to-date on a vaccination can be done when they come in to board. A wellness exam will be required to update the pets' vaccines. It is highly recommended that any canines receiving their kennel cough vaccines for the first time have that done at least two weeks in advance to their stay for proper protection.
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Transit Animal Hospital now provides our clients with a complete report on their pets’ health. By answering some questions and doing some diagnostic tests, we can determine the current state of your pet’s health and if there’s anything we can do to improve upon it.
This report is offered during a routine exam. Call us today to learn more about it or to schedule an appointment!
Does your pet need medication? If it’s hard for you to remember it on top of your busy schedule, we have a resource to help you out! Create an account at www.remindmypet.com or download the iPhone app for reminders to give your pet their medication.