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Get Your Pet Spay and Neuter in East Danforth

When acquiring a new pet, pet owners are responsible for getting spaying and neutering done on their dogs and cats. Kato Animal Hospital has over 40 years of experience providing pet healthcare services in East Danforth. 


Neutering is the surgery for male pets and spaying removes the female pet's reproductive organs. Both treatments need general anesthesia, and your pet will recover in the vet's office for a few hours. At Kato Animal Hospital, we provide spay and neuter services and pet care to ensure they live long and healthy lives. Please visit us to get your pet spayed and neutered for their healthy well-being.

Spay for Dog and Cat

This is a process to remove a female dog or cat’s ovaries and uteruses. Spayed pets will reduce the risk of developing mammary cancer and uterine infection. When the procedure is done early in their life, it prevents pets from having unwanted litters that help control the pet population.

Neuter for Dogs and Cats

It is a procedure that removes a male dog or cat’s testicles. It helps eliminate the possibility of testicular cancer and helps prevent prostate disease. The neutering process usually involves making an incision in front of the scrotum in the dog and sutures are placed under the skin to close the incision. In cats, there are 2 small incisions and usually no outside sutures.

Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Your Pets

Getting your pet spayed and neutered has many benefits:

  • Allows your pets to live longer and healthier.

  • It can prevent infections and tumours of the reproductive tract.

  • You can protect your male pet from testicular cancer and other prostate issues 

  • The process of spay and neutering can reduce and eliminate certain behaviours, such as urine marking, inter-male assession and uncomfortable heat signs.

For more information on the procedure for neutering and spaying your pets in East Danforth, give us a call.

Further readings:

When to Spay/Neuter Your Pet (And Why)

A Comprehensive Guide for Taking Care of Your Spayed/Neutered Dog

FAQs

When Should Your Dog Be Spayed or Neutered?

A female dog should be spayed before reaching sexual maturity, often between 6 and 7 months. As a pet owner, you can prevent breast cancer by spaying them now. On the other hand, male dogs can be neutered at around 6 to 12 months, soon after they achieve sexual maturity. Some data now indicates that later neutering may help joint issues especially in the larger dog breeds.

What Should I Know Before Taking My Pets For Spaying Or Neutering Procedure?

Do not feed your pet after midnight before surgery.

Should We Wait To Spay Our Female Till After Her heat?

No, female pets should be spayed before the first heat, typically at 5 to 6 months of age to avoid pregnancy. Early spaying also helps to avoid later issues like breast tumours, uterine infections, and uterine cancers.

Get Your Pet Spayed and Neutered

 

 Spay and Neuter can prevent your pets from developing reproductive organ-related cancers.

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