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Spay and Neuter

As part of our commitment to your pet's health we offer spaying and neutering Tuesday through Friday, with dogs on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. We focus on spaying and neutering primarily for your pet's health as they age. Hormonal imbalances can lead to behavioral issues in your pet, and intact pets have higher rates of cancer. While we strongly recommend this procedure for all animals, we will not force nor chastise you for choosing not to. We will educate you on the benefits and potential risks of both choices and let you make the decision. 

 

We use internal absorbable suture and tissue bond at the incision site. This means your animal doesn't need a restrictive elizabethan collar  or "cone" to go home with. This also means you don't need to come back for suture removal.

 

All spays and neuters include mandatory pain medicine with the procedure. You wouldn't get surgery without pain medicine, why should your pet!

 

We also assist our local and state humane societies with not only spaying and neutering their shelter animals, but feral cat colonies as well.