Frequently Asked Questions

  • What do "spay" and "neuter" really mean?

We spay female dogs and cats by removing all of their
reproductive organs (uterus,  and ovaries) . We neuter male
dogs and cats by removing their testicles.

  • Is my pet under anesthesia during surgery?

Yes, all operations are performed while your pet is under
anesthesia.

  • How old does my dog or cat have to be to have spay
    and neuter surgery?

We will spay and neuter puppies and kittens when they are 2
months old and at least 2 lbs.  Female cats can go into heat as
early as 4 months of age. Female Dogs can go into heat as
early as 6 months of age.

  • Are your vets licensed?

We believe in providing your pet high-quality veterinary care.
Although we offer reduced rates, we do not offer low-quality
services. All spay and neuter surgeries are performed by
qualified, licensed veterinarians. All animals are attended to
before and after surgery by trained veterinary technicians
and assistants.

  • Will my pet get pain medication?

Your pet will receive high-quality pain medication at time of
surgery to help manage their pain. Our veterinarians do
recommend that you purchase three days of additional pain
medication for your pets recovery time.
Remember, never give your pet over-the-counter pain
medications. Pain medications that humans take can be fatal
to your pet!

  • How do I care for my pet after their surgery?

We will provide you with in-depth post-operative
instructions following your pet's surgery to help you best care
for your pet.