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Spaying and neutering
It is highly recommended that dogs are spayed or neutered by six months of age, unless you are considering starting your pet in a breeding program. Spaying a female dog reduces the risk of mammary cancer, reproductive tumors, false pregnancies, uterine infections and certain skin conditions related to hormonal imbalances. Neutering a male dog reduces the risk of cancer, enlarged and painful prostate, infection of the prostate gland and other health problems, as well as marking territory. Neutering may lessen some behavioral problems. Spaying and neutering your pet also helps control the pet population. Please contact us to schedule your pet to get spayed or neutered.
Our Doctors have the capability to perform a wide variety of surgeries other than routine surgeries such as spaying and neutering. Some of the soft tissue surgeries include mass removals, enucleations, and foreign body removal. Orthopedic surgeries include but are not limited to cruciate ligament repair (MRIT), amputation, and some fracture repairs. Please contact us and consult with our vets for complete information about a surgery that your pet may need.