Spays & Neuters

Most of our surgery patients have IV catheters placed and receive IV fluids. We use several monitoring devices
during your pet’s anesthetic. 

A veterinary technician continually assesses your pet’s vital signs during the procedure. Our monitoring devices
and procedures allow us to respond to an anesthetic emergency faster. Faster responses can save lives. 

Your pet’s safety and comfort are essential for us, that’s why we use advanced pain management techniques in
conjunction with anesthesia to make sure your pet is as comfortable as possible during the procedure and after they
are discharged. 

Proper pain management makes the procedure as comfortable as possible and allows for faster recovery.

Surgical Spaying:

Female dog or cat spaying or ovariohysterectomy is considered a routine abdominal operation. 
Mammary cancer is a relatively common disease in unspayed females.

Surgical Neutering:

Male dog or cat neutering is the surgical removal of a male pet’s testicles.
Neuter is a common surgical procedure considered to be a basic component of responsible pet ownership.