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Cat Neutering Operation

Safe Spay and Neuter Procedures for Your Pet in Winnipeg

Timely spaying and neutering can help your pet live a longer and healthier life. Opting for this procedure is one of the most responsible decisions you can make as a pet parent. It can help decrease and even eliminate their chances of developing cancers and other illnesses and also helps to decrease the number of stray animals on the street and in shelters. Pembina Veterinary Hospital offers safe and risk-free spay and neuter procedures at our clinic in Winnipeg.

Millions of pets are euthanized and put down annually, and it is strongly believed that spaying and neutering animals can help avoid such high numbers. Preventative care and spaying or neutering can help prolong your pets’ lives and save them from unnecessary pain and suffering as they get older. You can also help the community and prevent pet overpopulation by opting for this procedure. Contact our team of experienced veterinarians if you have any concerns or questions.

What Does Pet Spaying and Neutering Involve?

Spaying and neutering are sometimes called “fixing” or “sterilizing.” They are safe and routine surgical procedures performed under anesthesia that effectively removes your pet's reproductive organs. Spaying involves the surgical removal of the ovaries of a female animal, and neutering means castrating a male animal. It is typically recommended for pets at least 6 months old with no breeding plans. This procedure is sometimes essential to avoid various health conditions for your little loved ones.

Spay and neuter surgeries are quick and last a few hours, after which pets can be taken home for rest and recovery. Our team of caring and compassionate vets at Pembina Veterinary Hospital will gladly provide you with any information about the procedure and required aftercare. We have helped countless pets and owners in Winnipeg with safe and effective spay and neuter services. Read our testimonials to see what some of them have to say about us.

Reasons to Spay or Neuter Your Pet

Spaying and neutering can help control overpopulation and resolve some behavioural issues as your pets grow older. Some changes or benefits you will be able to notice after spaying or neutering your pet are:

  • Reduces aggression problems if performed at an early age.

  • Prevents your pets from going into heat and eliminates bleeding and vocalizing.

  • Decreases the desire to roam and find mates.

  • Eliminate or reduce territory marking behaviour.

  • Reduces the likelihood of your male dog mounting other dogs and humans.

  • Decreases the risk of mammary gland tumours.

  • Reduces the risk of ovarian and uterine cancers in females.

  • Reduces risk of prostate cancer and testicular cancer in males.

Give us a call to speak with our experienced veterinarians in Winnipeg. We will be glad to set up a consultation at Pembina Veterinary Hospital and help suggest the best way forward to give your furry baby a long and healthy life.

Superior Care and Exceptional Services for Your Pet

Trust Pembina Veterinary Hospital and our state-of-the-art clinic in Winnipeg for all your veterinary needs.

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