Contact our team for additional information or to schedule your pet's appointment.
Spay surgery is performed on female pets where the uterus and ovaries are removed. Neuter surgery is for male pets, and the testicles are removed. They are routine procedures we perform at our hospital to prevent pets from having offspring.
Like all surgical procedures, our team will run tests before we place your pet under anesthesia. Our team will perform a complete blood panel and other diagnostics to ensure the patient is a good candidate for surgery. If the tests detect an issue that could cause complications, we will reschedule the surgery and provide treatment. If your pet is healthy enough for anesthesia, we proceed with the surgery. We prioritized your pet's safety during the procedure, and the surgeon will provide post-op instructions. Your pet will take 10 to 14 days to fully heal.
The main reason for the procedure is to prevent pets from reproducing; however, there are other benefits including:
To discuss the surgery for your pet, please call us at 250-376-6797.
The recommended time for spay or neuter surgery is usually when your pet is around 6-months-old. At this age, most pets will begin to mature sexually and try to reproduce, however, for some owners who want their pet to have offspring, the surgery can be done when the pet is older.
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