Desexing or Neutering
Desexing or neutering your cat or dog is a common procedure we perform on a regular basis. This will prevent your pet from being able to reproduce or get pregnant. Generally, pets are desexed between 4 and 6 months, however, if your pet is older this is fine. For females, we encourage to desex between heat cycles as this makes the procedure less complicated.
Reasons to desexing your pet include:
- Preventing unwanted litters.
- Prevention of cancers, both in males and females.
- Stop the “heat” cycle in females
- Reduces aggressive behaviours, especially in males
- Your pet will be less prone to wander.
- Living a longer and healthier life
- Reduction of council registration fees