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Spay and Neuter

Besides vaccinations, spaying or neutering your pet is one of the best things that you can do for them!

SPAY AND NEUTER ADVANTAGES

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The decision to spay or neuter your pet is an important one for pet owners. It can be the single best decision you make for their long-term welfare.

Spaying/neutering is one of the most important pet’s health decisions you make
Statistics says that pets who live in the states with the highest rates of spaying/neutering also live the longest (18% for male dogs and 23% for female dogs actually.)
 
Medical evidence indicates that female pets spayed or neutered before their first heat are typically healthier. Pet's spay and neuter reduced risk of certain types of cancers what increase longevity of altered pets. Also unspayed female cats and dogs have a far greater chance of developing pyrometra (a fatal uterine infection), uterine cancer, and other cancers of the reproductive system.

And you can be sure - getting your pets spayed or neutered will not change their fundamental personality, like their protective instinct. 

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Help in pet homelessness problem

There are homeless animals in every community, in every state. 6-8 million homeless animals entering animal shelters every year and less than half of them are adopted. As you guess - the rest are euthanized. And they are not the offspring of homeless animals, but puppies and kittens of family pets.
Only spay and neuter are the only permanent, 100 percent effective method of birth control for pets, nothing else.

WHEN TO SPAY

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    The traditional age for dog neutering is six to nine months, but puppies as young as eight weeks old can be neutered as long as they’re healthy. Adult dogs can be neutered as well, although keep in mind that there’s a slightly higher risk of post-operative complications in older dogs, dogs that are overweight or dogs that have health problems.

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    Feline spay considered safe for kittens as young as eight weeks old. Spay surgery is often performed at this time in animal shelters, so that kittens can be sterilized prior to adoption. To avoid the start of urine spraying and eliminate the chance for pregnancy, it’s advisable to schedule the surgery before your own cat reaches five months of age. A female feline neuter also possible while it is in heat.
    Our veterinarians always ready to determine the best time to spay or neuter your pet.

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Behavior improving

First of all, spayed or neutered dogs reduce urine-marking and may stop it altogether. 
For cats, neutering solves 90 percent of all marking issues, even in cats that have been doing it for a while. Also it minimize howling, the urge to roam and fighting with other males.

But you must realize - the longer you wait, the greater the risk of failure because the behavior is ingrained.

Also spay/neuter can solve such behavioral problems as:
* roaming
* aggression
* excessive barking, mounting and other dominance-related behaviors

Money economy

The low-costs of spay/neuter procedure in our clinic will seem to you completely free when you compare the amount with the costs that you have to bear if you refuse the procedure. Even not considering such tragedy as pet's reproductive system cancer or pyometra and their healing costs in thousands of dollars. Mind that unaltered dogs just a lot more destructive or high-strung to other and fighting mean high veterinary costs.
Remember that millions of pet deaths each year are a needless tragedy. By spaying and neutering your pet, you can be an important part of the problem solution. Contact us today and be sure to let your family and friends know that they should do the same.

HELP YOUR PET TO STAND IT EASY

We will provide you pre-surgical advice and post-operative instructions that you should follow.

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Safe and comfortable post-operative recovery includes:

  • a quiet place indoors and away from other animals 

  • no running and jumping for up to two weeks following surgery

  • prevent your pet from licking the incision site (distract with treats or use an Elizabethan collar)

  • no bathing for at least ten days after surgery

  • check the incision site daily to confirm proper healing

  • if you notice any redness, swelling or discharge at the surgery site, or if the incision is open, please contact us immediately!

There are many reasons to do it, as you can see, but the major is - spaying and neutering animals adds years to their lives and pleasure to yours. Never forget it.
Please make appointment by phone.