Spaying or neutering are essential steps in ensuring the health and well-being of your pet. By taking this responsible step, you not only contribute to controlling the pet population but also provide numerous health benefits for your pet.
There is evidence that spayed or neutered dogs and cats live longer, on average, due to reduced risks of infections and cancers, and there are also behavioral benefits to eliminating heat cycles and mating behaviors.
To ensure that your pet has a safe and comfortable experience, please note our guidance on pre-and post-operative instructions.
Important Notes for Pre- & Post-Op Care
For their safety, pets must be properly prepared before surgery. Pets that do not fast are at a high risk of vomiting and aspiration during surgery, which can be life threatening.
Following the surgery, you will be provided with a printed set of instructions on how to care for your pet.