Choose North Yonge Veterinary Hospital for the Best in Pet Spaying and Neutering in Newmarket
People who own cats and dogs in Newmarket and York Region have many questions when it comes to pet spaying and neutering. And rightfully so! You care and love your furry, four legged friend and we are here every step of the way to educate you on the processes involved and to answer your questions.
So, What is Spay or Neuter Surgery?
To keep it simple, spaying and/or neutering is the common term used to describe the surgical sterilization of pets so that they are not capable of producing offspring.
There are many health benefits in having your pet spayed or neutered. They ensure a longer lifespan, and prevent unwanted litters, and of course dramatically reduce the chances of mammary gland cancer. As well, spaying or neutering eliminates the chances of life-threatening uterine, ovarian and prostate cancers and infections, and excludes annoying behaviors associated with heat cycles.
And pet spaying and neutering reduces roaming behavior, certain kinds of aggression, urine marking and a variety of infections and cancers.
North Yonge Veterinary Hospital: We Offer Highly Effective Pain Medication for Free!
It’s no secret, spaying and neutering are major surgical operations and we take great care in ensuring your friend is looked after from start to finish. Your pet’s safety is a first and foremost concern to us – just ask any of our clients. We also provide each four legged patient with the best when it comes to pain medication and we provide five days of pain medication at no extra charge. That’s right, it’s free!
It’s important to know that before you bring your pet to us for spaying or neutering all vaccinations must be up to date. It’s a requirement at all veterinary facilities. We care about the health and wellness of your friend and remind everyone that vaccinations are a must.
Pre-Anesthetic Blood Tests and What You Need to Know
Blood testing prior to general anesthesia is common and is strongly recommended. Blood testing allows us to get a snapshot of how your pet’s liver, kidneys and other organs are functioning, as well as allows us to screen for infections, inflammation, anemia or low blood glucose. The more our doctors know before the operation makes the overall process smoother for your pet.
Call us today to learn about the very best in spaying and neutering services for your pet: 905-830-0437.
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