Veterinary Services

 MACS Veterinary Services

The MACS Veterinary Clinic is open for walk-in veterinary services such as shots, check-ups and emergencies. Surgeries are available, but must be scheduled in advance. The vet is open Tuesday
thru Saturday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm for walk-in appointments only. Please note, we take clients on a first come, first serve basis, however, emergencies are taken first.

Surgeries are scheduled by appointment only. Your pet must be up to date on vaccines before their surgery. Please note, our veterinarian does not perform unnecessary cosmetic surgeries
such as cropping tails or declawing cats.

For general questions, or to schedule a surgery, please contact the MACS Veterinary Clinic at
313-369-9863.

 


 

MACS Vet Clinic Routine Service Price List

Exam/Office Call – $35.00
Vaccine Exam/Office Call – $25.00
Vaccines – $15.00 each
**Except 3 year Rabies which is $21.00

Fecal Test – $15.00 to $25.00
Heartworm Test – $25.00
Deworming – $3.00 to $30.00 (depends on type of worm and weight of pet)
Feline Leukemia/FIV Test – $30.00

Cat neuter – $60.00
Cat Spay/Cryptorchid – $95.00

Feline Microchip – $25.00
– All adopted animals from MACS should already have a microchip included with the adoption fee. Please check your adoption paperwork for the microchip number. If you have misplaced the adoption paperwork you can contact the shelter at 313-891-7188.
– If your pet has received a microchip from MACS you can register your pets chip at: www.petlink.net

Canine Neuter – Weight Less Than 40 lbs. – $85.00
Canine Neuter – Weight Between 41-80 lbs. – $95.00
Canine Neuter – Weight Between 81-120 lbs. – $105.00
Canine Neuter – Weight Greater Than 120 lbs. – $115.00
*Cryptorchid add $25.00

Canine Spay – Weight Less Than 40 lbs. – $110.00
Canine Spay – Weight Between 41-80 lbs. – $130.00
Canine Spay – Weight Between 81-120 lbs. – $150.00
Canine Spay – Weight Greater Than 120 lbs. – $170.00

Canine Microchip – $25.00
– All adopted animals from MACS should already have a microchip included with the adoption fee. Please check your adoption paperwork for the microchip number. If you have misplaced the adoption paperwork you can contact the shelter at 313-891-7188.
– If your pet has received a microchip from MACS you can register your pets chip at: www.petlink.net

*Prices for non-routine surgeries or procedures cannot be quoted over the phone. You must come and see the veterinarian for a quote.

**Please note we are not a FREE Clinic. Payment is required when services are rendered. For help with spay/neuter call the shelter at 313-891-7188.**

 


 

Veterinary Emergency Clinics in and around Detroit

The list that follows is veterinary emergency clinics in the Detroit area. They are listed in no order of preference.

If possible call ahead to let them know you are coming. Emergency care can be expensive and full payment is required at the time of service.

    • Veterinary Emergency Service (VES) 24/7
      28223 John R
      Madison Heights, MI 48071
      Phone: 248-547-4677
    • Animal Emergency Center (AEC) – Novi 24/7
      24360 Novi Rd.
      Novi, MI 48375
      Phone: 248-348-1788
    • Animal Emergency Center (AEC) – Rochester 24/7
      265 E 2nd St.
      Rochester, MI 48307
      Phone: 248-651-1788
    • Blue Pearl Emergency Pet Hospital 24/7
      (Board Certified Specialists on staff)
      29080 Inkster Rd.
      Southfield, MI 48034
      Phone: 248-354-6640
    • Oakland Veterinary Referral Services (OVRS) 24/7
      (Board Certified Specialists on staff)
      1400 Old South Telegraph
      Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
      Phone: 248-334-6877
  • Affiliated Veterinary Emergency Service 24/7
    15220 Southfield Rd.
    Allen Park, MI 48101
    Phone: 313-389-1700
  • Wilson Veterinary Hospital 24/7
    12000 Durham Rd.
    Washington Twp., MI 48095
    Phone: 586-752-6217
  • Animal Urgent & Critical Care Center
    After hours only (6pm – 9am), all day Sunday and Holidays
    20112 Harper Ave.
    Harper Woods, MI 48225
    Phone: 313-881-6200
  • Advanced Animal Emergency 24/7
    43731 N Gratiot Ave.
    Clinton Township, MI 48036
    Phone: 586-466-6133

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Fighting Overpopulation

Overpopulation is the root of the problem. You can help by spaying and neutering your animals. Tell your friends, neighbors and everyone you come in contact with. Let’s work together toward solving this problem, and save lives of thousands of animals each year.

Did you know…
Spaying and neutering make animals less likely to get into fights and become infected with contagious diseases. They are also less likely to roam outdoors and possibly get hit by cars. Spaying and neutering also helps prevent dogs and cats from contracting deadly cancers and other diseases of the reproductive system.