Learn about how neutering can affect your pet
If you never intend to breed your pet, neutering is the responsible option. You may have heard that neutering your pet will stop unwanted litters, but did you know that it also provides many health benefits?
Neutering refers to the relatively simple surgical procedure of removing an animal’s sexual organs: for females, the ovaries and uterus and for males, the testicles. If you have a dog, cat, or rabbit you have no intention of breeding from, neutering is the most responsible action to take for your pet.
If you are worried about having your pet neutered, we can reassure you that it is a relatively low risk procedure, performed by our team on a daily basis. The procedure will be performed under a general anaesthetic, and your pet will even be able to recover with you at home on the same day. Your pet might feel a little groggy afterwards, but most animals spring back to their normal selves within a few days.
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