Why is Spay/Neutering separate from Surgery?
It can be a big decision to spay or neuter your pet, so we work to help all of our pet parents know the facts. We know putting your pet under anesthesia can be scary, but we are here to answer any questions you have, and give you the information you need to shed light on the procedure and situation.
Aside from preventing accidental pregnancies and reducing territorial behaviors, spaying or neutering your pet can prevent and reduce their risk for certain types of cancer and infections. For more information about the benefits of spay and neutering, please contact our office.
For more information about Spay and Neuter Services, please download our Guide to Spay and Neutering.