Pet Spay and Neuter for Your Loved One
At All Pets Veterinary Hospital, we know your pet is more than a companion animal. They’re a part of your family and we do our best to make your pets as comfortable as possible. As an AHAA accredited hospital, we follow the most up-to-date practices in veterinary medicine and we offer state-of-the-art surgical suites.
When you get your fur-baby spayed or neutered, you help reduce animal overpopulation and give them incomparable benefits. These benefits of pet spay and neuter surgery should be carefully weighed against any drawbacks for the type and breed of animal you have. By keeping your pet safe and comfortable, and creating an open dialogue about spay and neuter, we go above and beyond for your loved one.
Deciding to Spay or Neuter Your Pet
When you get your female pet spayed, she is less likely to develop certain cancers. The same goes for when you get your male pet neutered. We encourage pet owners to look at their pet’s lifestyle and the level of care they’re prepared to give them, when deciding on pet spay and neuter surgery.
Should you decide on spay and neuter surgery, the benefits include:
- Mammary gland tumors are reduced in females, which are malignant in many pets.
- The likelihood for ovarian and uterine cancer is reduced in females.
- The number of unwanted litters are reduced in females.
- The likelihood for testicular cancer is eliminated in males.
- The likelihood for prostate disease is reduced in males.
- Roaming behavior is reduced in males and females.
- Urine spraying and marking is reduced in males and females.
Surgery on Your Pet
We’re proud to be a stress-free animal hospital at All Pets Veterinary Hospital. This means you can rest assured that we’ll keep your pet as comfortable and relaxed as possible throughout any visit with us. When you drop your pet off with us for pet spay and neuter surgery, we give them the attention they deserve. They’re comforted from the moment you leave them to the moment you pick them up. Afterwards, we’ll send you home with detailed care instructions and the appropriate medication. Please contact us with any questions about pet spay and neuter surgery! We’re here for you and your pets.