Pet Spay & Neuter Surgery
Nowadays, pet owners have the question of whether it is right to spay and neuter their pets—literature and research show many benefits in pet spaying and neutering.
“Spaying” is the surgical removal of the reproductive organs of female animals.
“Neutering” is the surgical removal of the male animal’s testicles. We perform both surgeries while the animals are under anesthesia. Your vet may observe your pet for a few hours to a few days, depending on the animal’s age, size, health, and reaction to anesthesia.
Spay has many benefits, including improving animal health, reducing unwanted behaviours, and preventing the production of unwanted animals.
Spaying pets help them live a longer and healthier life. Spaying and neutering can reduce or even eliminate several animal health problems that are difficult or expensive to treat. By neutering male animals, you prevent testicular cancer and prostate problems. Spaying helps you avoid uterine infections and mammary tumours in female animals.
Spay and neutering can help change the unwanted behaviour of animals. For example, using early neutering can prevent aggression problems in male animals. Your male dog will roam outside the house less, and you will avoid possible accidents caused by cars or conflicts with other males. Dogs and cats are less likely to mark their territory by spraying strong-smelling urine throughout the house after surgery.
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If you want to spay and neuter your animal, seek the help of experienced experts at Parliament Veterinary Hospital to ensure the health and safety of your animal. Parliament Veterinary Hospital in Toronto provides peace of mind for you and your pet.