When it comes to neutering your cat or dog, choose a team you can trust
Knowing when or why to neuter your pet can be confusing, with all sorts of conflicting advice online and on the high street.
The truth is, every breed is different. A FREE Adolescent Pet Check with one of our fully qualified team will give you the reassurance you need.
We offer a pre neuter check with one of our fully trained staff. Book a check at your local practice and they will be able to discuss the health, behavioural and social benefits of neutering your pet.
The health, behavioural and social benefits of neutering your cat or dog include:
Still worried about neutering?
We have put together a definitive list of FAQs when it comes to neutering your pet
Traditionally, spaying involves the surgical removal of the whole reproductive tract (ovaries and uterus), however we’re proud to offer a less invasive procedure for younger dogs.
By removing just the ovaries, it has been shown to retain the same health benefits as traditional spaying but with reduced postoperative discomfort for your dog.
We also offer laparoscopic bitch spays which is a less invasive 'keyhole' standard spay.
This is the surgical removal of the testicles under general anaesthesia. It is performed via a small incision and buried sutures are used to reduce irritation.
For female cats this involves the surgical removal of the ovaries and uterus (the reproductive tract) through a small incision on their flank. It is performed under general anaesthesia and there are buried sutures used to close the incision.
For male cats it is the surgical removal of the testicles under general anaesthesia.
When it comes to neutering your pet, choose a team you can trust
Nervous about your dog being neutered? We have put together a definitive list of FAQs when it comes to neutering your dog.
Pyometra In Dogs
A pyometra is the technical name for an infected uterus (womb). It is a very serious and potentially life-threatening condition that can be seen in un-neutered female animals.
Ovarian cysts in guinea pigs are age related. We explain the signs to look out for and the treatment options for guinea pigs with ovarian cysts.
Rabbit Neutering Advice
Read Anna Cockle’s advice on neutering your rabbits.
If you have any questions or concerns about neutering your pet or just need some advice, call or pop in to your local practice.
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