We provide high quality, low cost spay and neuter surgeries for cats, dogs and rabbits.

Early spaying of female dogs and cats can help protect them from serious health problems later in life such as uterine infections and breast cancer. Neutering your male pet can also lessen its risk of developing benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate gland) and testicular cancer. Other benefits include spayed females do not go into heat, neutered cats can no longer mark their territory by spraying strong-smelling urine, male dogs won’t feel the need to roam away from home and they tend to live longer, healthier lives with fewer behavioral problems.

Spaying or neutering your pet packs a powerful punch in the fight against pet overpopulation. Millions of cats and dogs are euthanized annually or suffer as strays. This is the tragic result of unwanted, unplanned litters that could have been prevented by spaying or neutering.

After Surgery
Discharge

Once surgical procedures are completed and after full recovery from anesthesia, animals are discharged from the clinic the same day as surgery.

What to expect when you bring your pet home

We strongly recommend you keep your pet confined in a crate or small room the night after surgery.

Your pet may be groggy when you get home, experiencing a “hangover” from the anesthesia. Your pet will typically require 18-24 hours to recover from the general anesthesia. Most animals will be back to normal when the anesthesia leaves their system entirely.

Your pet may sleep much more than normal for 18-24 hours following surgery.

You pet may be a little agitated or aggressive due to the after-effects of anesthesia. Avoid handling the animal too much as he/she may try to bite or scratch you.

Isolate the animal from children and other pets. He may be more prone to snapping or nipping at other pets and even children due to the after-effects of anesthesia.

Your pet may have poor balance. This will make climbing stairs or getting in and out of the car more difficult than usual, so be ready to assist. Help your dog in and out of the car as sudden movements can damage his stitches. Lift the dog by wrapping your arms around the dog’s chest/front legs and rear/back legs.

Make sure your cat has a comfortable spot to sleep in a confined, secure, quiet place. Once she’s settled, she’s likely to sleep it off and will be fine upon awakening.

Do not allow your pet to lick or bite the incision.

Spaying or neutering your pet packs a powerful punch in the fight against pet overpopulation.

A long-term benefit of spaying and neutering is improved health for both cats and dogs.