Spay and Neuter Services in Ottawa for Your Pet
Chapel Hill Veterinary Clinic welcomes you and your pet. When you visit us you will find out that we treat your pets like family and provide the finest veterinary care available. Our animal hospital provides your family access to comprehensive veterinary services – from preventative to emergency care, and everything in between. We are a full service animal hospital equipped to take care of any health issue your pet may face. Our team of licensed veterinarians is experienced in all types of conditions and treatments and is prepared to diagnose, treat, and medicate as needed. They are not just loving but also extremely knowledgeable in veterinary healthcare, and happy to treat your beloved cat or dog.
What is Spay and Neuter?
Spay and neuter is a surgical procedure to render a dog or cat unable to produce litters of puppies or kittens. Spaying refers to an operation in which both ovaries and the uterus are removed from the female animal. This operation is normally done through a small incision in the abdomen. The ovaries produce most of the hormones which make the pet “come into heat” and attract male animals, so the spayed female will no longer have estrus cycles or attract males to the home. Neutering the male animal refers to removing both testicles from the scrotum through a small incision.
The decision to spay or neuter your pet is an important one for pet owners. It can be the single best decision you make for the long-term welfare of your pet. Rest assured we will take utmost care of your beloved pets during this process.
Reasons to Spay or Neuter Your Pet
- Female pets tend to live a longer and a healthier life. Spaying helps prevent uterine infections and breast cancer.
- Neutering provides major benefits to the male dogs; such as the prevention of testicular cancer and prostate problems.
Contact us today if you have would like to discuss a spay or neuter for your pet.
Help Your Furry Friend Stay Safe and Healthy
Choose our spay and neuter services in Ottawa to keep your pet safe and save costs in the long run.