Frequently Asked Questions

Viking Veterinary Hospital FAQs

There is no question too big or too small for our veterinary team. We have provided some answers to our most common questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Emergency FAQs

Where is Viking Veterinary Hospital located?

Viking Veterinary Hospital is located at 16210 N High Desert Street, Nampa, ID 83687

What are your payment options?

We accept cash, credit cards, Carecredit and Trupanion Insurance.

How much is an ER visit?

Emergency appointments include an additional ER fee of $119.

What are your hours?

We are open 24/7/365

What services do you provide?

Viking Veterinary Hospital provides wellness exams, pet ultrasound, pet orthopedics, pet blood bank, pet surgery, pet emergency care, pet urgent care, pet cold laser therapy, and pet acupuncture. Visit our services page to learn more.

General Practice FAQs

How much is a visit?

Wellness Visit: A wellness checkup for your pet is priced at $70. It’s a thorough examination that will keep your furry friend in top-notch health.

Recheck or Booster Vaccines: If your pet needs a quick follow-up or booster vaccines, it’s only $48.

What's the cost of spaying and neutering?

Spay: The price varies based on your dog’s size. Feline spaying starts at $570.

Neuter: Canine neutering also depends on size, starting at $250 for cats. Prices can go up if extra care is needed, like for cryptorchid cases or medication to take home.

Tell us more about dental care costs.

Feline Dental: Our feline dental package begins at $510, covering scaling, polishing, IV fluids, anesthesia, induction meds, and X-rays. Additional procedures may raise the price, determined by the time and materials used.

Canine Dental: For your canine companion, the dental package starts at $710, providing the same excellent care as for cats. Extra procedures may adjust the cost accordingly.

What are your general practice hours?

Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm

What should I expect during a wellness visit?

When you bring your pet in for a wellness visit, our experienced veterinarian will conduct a comprehensive physical and wellness examination. Based on the findings, our doctor will provide recommendations for your pet’s health. This is also the perfect time to ask any questions or discuss any concerns you may have about your furry family member. If needed, we can provide estimates for additional services.

Do you see nervous or scared pets?

Absolutely! We understand that some pets get nervous about visiting the vet. In such cases, we highly recommend scheduling a pre-visit to ease their anxiety. We may also suggest using products like “adaptil” for dogs or “feliway” for cats to help calm their nerves. While these remedies can be quite effective, please note that they might not work for all pets. If your pet is food motivated, bringing some tasty training treats along can also help make the experience more pleasant.

We hope these FAQs provide you with the information you need. If you have any additional questions or require more details, feel free to reach out to us. Your pet’s well-being is our top priority, and we’re here to assist you every step of the way!