Spaying your pet entails surgical removal of the reproductive organs (ovaries and uterus) and the procedure is called an ovariohysterectomy, or spay.
Neutering commonly refers to the castration of males and complete removal of their testicles.
Although this procedure can be done at any time during your pet’s life, we recommend spaying and neutering between the ages of six to eight months.
Our surgical suite is equipped with state of the art monitoring systems and surgical instruments. All our patients are monitored before, during and after surgery by
our trained, experienced compassionate team members. Fluid therapy and pain management is provided for all surgical patients to keep your pet hydrated and
comfortable before, during and after surgery.