Spay & Neuter Services: Pet Wellness Starts at the Start
We understand there are medical and behavioral concerns to be weighed when making a decision to spay or neuter. Our veterinarians schedule a pre-surgery visit with both you and your pet to talk about any concerns you may have, perform all diagnostics needed for anesthesia and to make sure you are comfortable with your decision.
Spaying or neutering your pet is one of the most humane things you can do. For female cats and dogs, spaying has been shown to help in the prevention of uterine infections and breast tumors. Breast tumor prevention is critical because malignant cases are so common in both cats and dogs. Spaying your pet before her first heat offers the best protection from these diseases.
Neutering a male pet prevents testicular cancer and some prostate problems. In some cases, neutering can also reduce aggression.
Pet overpopulation is another reason to spay and neuter your pet, especially if you own an outdoor pet.