Pet Spays & Neuters In Onalaska
The terms spay and neuter refer to the surgical sterilization of an animal. Spaying involves removing the uterus and ovaries of a female animal, and neutering removes the testicles of a male animal
According to the ASPCA, animals who have been spayed or neutered are typically less aggressive since their instinct to mate has been eliminated. Many unwanted behaviors such as fighting, roaming, spraying, and crying will go away after surgery, and most pets become even more affectionate to their owners.
Spaying females prevents breast cancer and eliminates both uterine infections and cancer. For males, neutering reduces the chance of testicular cancer and prostate problems. Studies have even shown that pets who have been spayed or neutered live 18-23% longer than their un-neutered or non-spayed counterparts.
Dr. Azene is a professional veterinarian who has performed hundreds of spay & neuter operations. To schedule this minimally invasive procedure for your pet please give us a call at (608) 668-6777 today!
Spay Or Neuter Your Pet in Onalaska
Are you curious about when is the right time to spay or neuter your pet? Research has shown that different breeds benefit from different spay and neuter timelines. Dr. Azene reviews this information with clients to help them decide what will be the most beneficial for their pet's health and wellbeing.
Trust us to spay or neuter your pet, and that will help your dog or cat to live a longer and healthier life. Spaying or neutering in Onalaska is always available, so call us at (608) 668-6777 and schedule a consultation to learn the best time for your pet to receive this procedure.
Benefits of Spaying or Neutering Your Pet:
- Helps Control the Pet Population by Avoiding Unwanted Pregnancies
- Removes Heat Cycles, Which Stops Bleeding and Any Discomfort Your Pet May Have Experienced During This Time
- Can Decrease the Likelihood of Certain Cancers and Illnesses, Such as Pyometras
- Neuters Are Minimally Invasive Procedures With Quick Recovery Times
What Does in Mean to Spay or Neuter?
Spaying is a process that will eliminate the discomfort that females endure during heat periods. This will result in zero bleeding and no whimpering. It also reduces anxious behavior and has the additional benefit of preventing ovarian cancer.
Neutering will make males less aggressive and have less anxious behavior. It also has the added benefit of preventing testicular cancer. Studies have shown that pets who have been spayed or neutered live 18-23% longer than their un-neutered or non-spayed counterparts.
Dr. Azene is a professional veterinarian who has performed hundreds of spay & neuter operations. To schedule this quick, minimally invasive procedure for your pet with little downtime, please give us a call at (608) 668-6777 today!