Spay & Neuter
Pet Spay and Neuter Services
Oftentimes, pet parents are faced with a decision that may help improve their pet’s health, including the decision to spay or neuter. Apart from creating infertility within the pet, having the procedure done can also help eliminate or reduce commonly-found behavioral problems like aggression, roaming and inappropriate urination. Below are the core differences between both spaying and neutering:
- Spaying: a surgical procedure that deems the female canine or feline as infertile. Here, the procedure includes removing the animal’s own ovaries and uterus. Such procedure is commonly performed under General Anesthesia.
- Neuter: a surgical procedure that seems the male canine or feline as infertile. Here, the procedure includes removing the animal’s own testicles. Such procedure is commonly performed under General Anesthesia.
For more information on how our expert veterinary staff can help with a spay or neuter procedure for your pet, contact our office today! (469) 251-5622