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Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center Clinic provides quality veterinary care at affordable prices. Our offerings include spay/neuter surgeries and dental care as well as pet wellness services like vaccinations, testing and preventive care. Routine surgeries and medical services for both shelter and public animals are performed by leading South Jersey veterinarians.

We happily accept Cash, Visa, or Mastercard. We cannot accept personal checks.  Payment is due at the time of drop-off.

There is a $4 medical waste fee per visit per animal for medical services. If you have any questions that are not answered here, please contact our clinic at 856-401-1300 x109.

Starting the week of 3/5 we have added Thursday's to our vaccine clinic
Vaccinations are important to protect your pet from many viruses in order to maintain your pets’ health and wellness.
Please bring along your vaccination paperwork!

 Vaccine clinic is held Tues., Wed., Thurs.,and Friday's from 9 am until 11 AM

  • Rabies: $30

  • Distemper

    • Feline (FVRCP) $30

    • Canine (DA2PP) $30

    • Canine w/LEPTO (DHLPP) $35

  • Bordetella $30

    • Feline (Protex-Bb) $20

    • Canine $30

    • Feline Leukemia $30

    • Canine Influenza: $40

  • Lyme Disease Vaccine $40

Tests/Treatments/Preventative Care

Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center Clinic offers tests and treatments for your pet. Make sure you keep your pet flea treatment and heartworm preventative up to date. An * indicates that prices vary by the weight of your pet.

For Cats

  • Feline Triple Test $50 (Felv/FIV & HW)

  • Flea & Tick Treatment

    • Catego (1 month) $20

    • Catego (6 months) $85

    • Bravecto (3 months) $64

  • Nail clipping $14

Medications & Treatments for Both Cats & Dogs

Dewormer $28
Fecal Test $40

For Dogs

  • Heartworm Test $45

  • Heartworm + Lyme Test (4DX) $55

  • Heartworm Prevention

    • Puppies $22

    • Adults (6 month supply) $55-72

  • Flea & Tick Treatment

    • Vectra 3D (1 month) $18

    • Vectra 3D (6 months) $75-100.00*

    • Bravecto (3 months) $65-80*

  • Nail Trim (only scheduled during surgery) $16

  • 24 Hour Petwatch Microchip $35

Dental Care

Keeping and maintaining the health of your pet(s) is our priority. As such, we are very excited about adding “Pet Dental Days” to our list of services. Just as you maintain your dental hygiene, it is vital that you do the same for your furry friend. Left untreated, a number of health issues can occur. If gum disease is not treated, it can create an infection that can travel through the bloodstream. It is recommended that an annual cleaning and polishing is done along with routine health care. Gingivitis is caused when plaque builds up around the gum line (just as it does with humans) and if not regularly cleaned, it can develop into periodontal disease.

​Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center Clinic offers low-cost dental cleaning services. Our routine dental includes scaling, polishing and simple extractions as needed. We do not perform surgical extractions, nor do we offer radiographs prior to the dental procedure. Services are available to cats and dogs of any age. Any pet 5 years of age and over must have blood work done and approved by our veterinarian prior to anesthesia as a safety precaution. We offer blood work services at our facility or we can accept blood work from a referred veterinarian completed within the last three months. You can email  or call to schedule an appointment for blood work. Email is the preferred form of communications. 

Our licensed veterinarian will examine your pet’s teeth once you arrive for your dental appointment. All exam findings and any services that may be needed (extractions, excessive tartar, etc.) will be discussed prior to the procedure and payment.

All dogs must have their Bordetella vaccine at least 2 weeks prior to the dental appointment. Documented proof must be given before any services will be provided.

To schedule your pet’s dental appointment or for any questions regarding the dental procedure, please email or call 856-401-1300 x109.


  • Routine Scaling/Polishing (IV catheter placement included in price)

    • Up to 25 lbs $350

    • 26 – 50 lbs $400

    • 51- 75 lbs $450

    • 76- 100 lbs $550

  • Additional Anesthesia $50-$100
    Extractions* $50 and up

  • Excessive Tartar Build-Up* $40 – $75

  • Pain medication** $35 – $55

  • Antibiotics** $30-50

  • Blood Work (5+ years old) $160

  • Dental Health Exam only $50

*Clinic Staff will call you ahead of time before they perform extractions or to discuss excessive tartar build-up.
**Depending on the level of your pets dental disease, pain medications and antibiotics may be required.


Appointments are required for all spay/neuter surgeries. There is a $50 

non-refundable deposit required at the time of scheduling your pet for


All surgical pricing includes pre surgical exam and nail trim.






Canine Spay/Neuter

6-40 lbs $225 Male | $250 Female
41-55 lbs $250 Male | $275 Female
56-65 lbs $275 Male | $300 Female

We do not spay any females over 65 lbs
With Rabies and Distemper add $53
Rimadyl pain pills (3 days) $35-55*
E-Collars $14-28*

* Price varies by the size of your dog.
No surgery if a female is in heat (must wait 2 weeks); add $100 to surgery price if pregnant. Additional charge for retained testicles.

Feline Spay/Neuter

Surgery $115 Male | $140 Female

Surgery for Feral Cats (includes rabies, FVRCP and ear-tipping) $50

Onsior pain injection (24 hrs.) $20
Onsior pain pills (3 days) $26-40


No surgery if a female is in heat (must wait 2 weeks); add $100 to surgery price if pregnant. Additional charge for retained testicles.

Reduced rates are available to Shelters, Rescues, and Feral Cat Trappers. 

Rescue Partners
Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center Clinic offers discounts for our rescue partners. Rescues must be a registered 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization. Please contact our Clinic Manager at or 856-401-1300 x106 for more information about rescue rates services.

Community Cats 

TNR's are being supported by a grant given to Homeward Bound.

Camden County residents at this time will not be charged for community cats.

This includes: spay/neuter, ear tip, feline distemper, and a 1 year rabies vaccine

Unlike stray cats, who have once been a companion house cat and were abandoned or became lost, community cats are born outside and live their entire lives there. A community cat has never lived with a human family. They generally form colonies, making their home wherever they can find food, avoiding human contact whenever possible. Tomcats prowl for mates, females become pregnant, and the cycle of reproduction continues.

Community cats have a home – outdoors. Adult community cats are part of all landscapes. They usually cannot be socialized and are content living outdoors. Feral kittens can often be tamed and placed in homes, but they must be socialized in their first weeks of life. This is a critical window and if they aren’t handled in time, they will remain feral and therefore unadoptable.

Trap, Neuter, and Return or TNR is a program in which stray and community cats already living outdoors in your city, town, or rural area are humanely trapped. They are then evaluated, vaccinated, and sterilized by veterinarians. Kittens and tame (stray) cats are adopted into good homes. Healthy adult cats too wild to be adopted are returned to their outdoor home to be cared for by local volunteers for the rest of their lives. This ongoing care creates a safety net for both the cats and the community. No more kittens are born, and the community cat population is reduced.

Eartipping for ferals is available at no additional charge. Eartipping allows residents and animal control officers to easily identify cats that are already sterilized and part of a managed colony. This saves the cat from unnecessary trapping and anesthesia after it has already been fixed, and cat trappers from trapping and spending money on already-sterilized cats.

Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center Clinic provides low-cost surgeries for community cat caregivers. See pricing table above for details.

Please contact our office at or 856-401-1300 x109 to schedule your surgery appointment today or for more information about community cat services.


Microchips are implantable computer chips that encode a unique identification number to help reunite you with your lost pet. They are very simply placed under your pet’s skin and are similar to a routine vaccination. While collars and ID tags can fall off or fade, microchips will never break or fall off. They have an encoded chip identification number that is scanned with a microchip scanner and the owner’s information will show up right away. This means if your pet is lost and brought to a shelter, the pet will be scanned and the staff will have your personal phone number to call and let you know that your pet is no longer lost!

Dogs and cats with microchips are reunited with their owners much more often than animals without microchipping. Losing your pet can be scary and traumatic, causing panic and sending you on a mission to find your missing loved one. Hopefully your pet will never get lost. But in case it happens, a microchip gives you and your pet the best chance of a speedy, happy reunion. Microchipping is an extremely useful service should you ever need it and is an extremely worthwhile investment.

Microchipping is performed for just $35 per pet by a licensed veterinarian during our walk-in-vaccine clinic.

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