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Spay And Neuter

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At Hope Springs, we recommend that you protect your dog or cat by choosing to spay and neuter at approximately 6 months of age. Spaying or neutering your loved one will prevent overpopulation, while helping them to live a longer, happier and healthier life. Making the choice to spay or neuter your pet will also reduce or eliminate their risk of developing mammary or testicular cancer, as well as life-threatening uterine infections and various prostate problems.

When you choose our doctors to perform your pet's ovariohysterectomy (spay) procedure, you'll be choosing a team committed to your pet's safety and comfort first. We take extra steps before, during and after your pet's procedure to ensure a successful, comfortable and pain-free recovery. Our veterinary doctors use advanced technology to perform spay and neuter procedures, including laproscopy and use of surgical laser. These options have proven to reduce bleeding, inflammation and pain for our patients, resulting in a faster and easier recovery.

Our Spay and Neuter packages include:

  • Comprehensive physical examination
  • Blood pressure monitoring
  • Oxygen monitoring
  • Respiratory and heart rate monitoring
  • Surgical procedure
  • Pain medication
  • Pre-operative sedation
  • Antibiotics (optional)
  • Anesthesia
  • Complimentary nail trimming
  • Heat support with warming devices

If you're considering making the choice to spay or neuter your pet, please contact us so that we may answer and respond to any of your questions or concerns. Your pet's healthy outcome and quality of life are our commitment to you at all times, and we look forward to supporting you through our compassionate and safe preventative surgical care.

We want to help you stay well informed about preventive pet health care. Explore our pet health resources and advice below to learn more.