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Spay & Neuter

Routine surgeries like spays & neuter are almost done every day at the practice. Your pet’s surgical journey will be smooth & comfortable as possible starting from admission until discharge.

Spay & Neuter

Spaying or neutering your puppy or kitten is an important decision in their early life. Our team of highly trained veterinarians are performing these routine surgeries using the best safety measures, in a warm & welcoming environment.

Spaying: Spaying is a surgical procedure in which both ovaries and uterus are completely removed from your female pet.

Neutering: Neutering involves the removal of both testicles from your male pet.

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We recommend spaying or neutering your pet at about 6 months old. With dogs, depending on its size and breed, we may recommend something different. Talk to us for the best recommendations when it comes to a pet sterilization procedure.
The cost of a spay or neuter may vary according to your pet’s size, species, age, overall health condition, and sex. Here at Pet First, we provide an all-inclusive package for spays and neuters including post-op checks. Please call us to know more.
Our client care coordinators and/or the veterinarian will go over with you all the pre-op procedures. One important thing to remember is to make sure you fast your pet the night before their surgery.
Yes, your pet will be under anesthesia during a spay or neuter surgery. This allows our veterinarians to perform the procedure safely and keeps your pet comfortable all throughout.
We may or may not suggest a re-check. If you’re worried about the incision or surgical site, bring your pet in for a complimentary recheck or you could also send us a picture to make sure things are healing appropriately.
During discharge, we’ll provide you with some personalized instructions to follow. In general, you’ll have to restrict your pet’s activity for at least 10-14 days post-surgery. For dogs, this means short, controlled leash walks and other activities that may affect the healing process. For cats, try to limit their movement and keep them from jumping or playing.
Your pet should wear a cone (also known as an Elizabethan collar) at ALL times until the incision site is completely healed. This is usually between 10-14 days. Without the cone, they may lick the spay incision site which will result to skin infection or worst, remove the sutures which will result to opening up the incision site. If you observe that your pet is not comfortable with the cone, we have medical pet shirts available as an alternative.
Healing period normally takes between 10-14 days.
No, bathing post-surgery is unsafe. Water, shampoos, and other grooming products could get inside the incision that may impede the healing process. Swimming is also not allowed. If you feel your pet needs a bath, give us a call and we’ll help you figure out the best way to clean them until they’re healed.
Weight gain post spay & neuter procedures does happen sometimes, but it can be due to a variety of causes including the slowing of your pet’s metabolism as they mature from adolescence to adulthood. However, it’s important to discuss proper weight management, feeding plans and other tips with your veterinarian to avoid weight gain.
Spaying or neutering your pet can help him live a longer & healthier life. This also minimizes behavior problems, less likely to get certain types of cancers and helps control the population of unwanted pets.
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