Neutering Your Pet
When it comes to neutering your cat or dog, choose a team you can trust.
Our experienced team are on hand to make sure you and your pet receive the best possible advice and care.
What Does Castration, Neutering and Spaying Mean?
Bitch Spaying (female dogs)
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.
Castration (neutering male dogs)
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.
Why Choose Scarsdale Vets When Neutering Your Cat or Dog?
- One-on-one care with full qualified members of staff – from initial consultation through to full recovery
- Safe anaesthesia with careful monitoring throughout the procedure
- Highly-experiences surgical team
- Competitive pricing
- Intraoperative warming to prevent hypothermia
- Hidden and dissolving stitches used as standard for your pet’s comfort
- Low infection and complication rate
- Pain relief medication individually tailored to your pet’s needs
- Free post-operative check with a qualified veterinary nurse, including dietary advice to prevent post neutering weight gain.
More Information About Neutering Your Pet
If you have any questions or concerns about neutering your pet or just need some advice, call or pop in to your local practice.
We bust some common neutering myths and reveal the truths.