Desexing has many additional benefits other than unwanted litters, such as cheaper council registration fees, reducing aggression issues and urine marking behaviours, reducing their desire to roam as well as reducing the risk of some cancers.
Generally it's a day surgery and your pet will receive a health check prior and will also receive antibiotics and pain relief. The surgery is performed under general anaesthesia and recovery after surgery is quite rapid.
We can desex male and female dogs and cats anywhere from 4 months onwards and even offer desexings for other animals such as guinea pigs and rats. Feel free to call the clinic for more information regarding the procedure or to book an appointment.