Pet Spay and Neuter for Tucson: Only the Best
When it comes to state-of-the-art veterinary care, Spanish Trail Pet Clinic’s spay and neuter service fits the bill. We take great pride in providing Tucson and surrounding communities with advanced treatment of their furry family members. Pet spay and neuter helps your animal companion live longer, happier and healthier, because of the numerous medical and behavioral benefits. Getting this essential surgery for your cat or dog at our clinic will also ensure their optimal comfort and recovery. We use a surgical laser for all incisions and call you the day after surgery. Have peace of mind knowing you’re not contributing to animal homelessness by letting your pet have unplanned puppies or kittens and give them a better quality of life.
Giving Your Pet the Gift of Spay or Neuter
The benefits of spay and neuter for pets is without question. When you spay your female friend, she doesn’t have to deal with what can be numerous and stressful heat cycles that can result in injury from roaming the neighborhood. When you neuter your male companion, his chances of getting testicular cancer is eliminated. Plus, boys get very sneaky about how to escape your yard or house to find a mate, so you’ll ensure he doesn’t get injured or lost from roaming too. Additional benefits of pet spay and neuter include:
- The chances for mammary gland tumors, which are typically malignant in pets, is greatly reduced for females.
- Ovarian and uterine cancer is dramatically reduced in females as well.
- The risk for prostate disease is lessened in males.
- The reduction in testosterone in males can mean less aggressive behavior, especially when neutering is done in the first four months of life.
- Spraying and marking made by males and females can be reduced or eliminated.
- You get rid of the loud meowing and disruptive behavior felines exhibit during their heat cycles.
- Your pet can relax, when they don’t feel compelled to search out a mate.
Contacting Us When You Bring Your New Pet Home
To lessen the chances of a new pet wanting to roam or having unwanted puppies or kittens, you should contact us about getting them spayed or neutered right away. Dogs and cats can be “fixed” as young as 4-6 months old. Be aware that cats can become pregnant with their first litter as young as four-months old and older dogs can experience complications from neutering. The experienced, caring team at Spanish Trial Pet Clinic will tell you the best time to spay or neuter your pet. Contact us at (520) 722-2771 for compassionate, advanced veterinary medicine.