Winfield Spay & Neuter Services
Your Pet’s Health is in Your Hands
Every pet parent wants to ensure that their pet lives their best life, long and happy. One of the best ways that you can protect their health is by ensuring that they are spayed or neutered at a young age. By “fixing” your pet, you are helping them avoid a broad range of potential diseases, which can enhance their quality and length of life. Amber Leaf Animal Hospital is here to help. We offer comprehensive spay and neuter services in our state-of-the-art surgical suite. Our team of veterinarians are highly trained and dedicated to ensuring that your pet receives top quality care. We treat your pets as if they were our own!
To schedule your pet’s spay or neuter appointment, please call (630) 282-4196 or contact us online today.
The Importance of Spaying or Neutering Your Pet
When you spay or neuter your pet, you are not only doing your pet a favor, but also your community. Spaying or neutering your pet can help alleviate behavioral issues such as aggression, fighting, roaming, or spraying in addition to eliminating their natural instinct to search for a mate. By spaying or neutering your pet, you are also preventing unwanted or surprise pregnancies, which can help reduce the population of homeless pets and the overpopulation of animals in shelters. Finally, spaying or neutering your pet can help prevent a broad range of diseases such as breast cancer, uterine infections, prostate problems, and more.
Typically, we recommend that you spay or neuter your pet when they are relatively young. Puppies are typically spayed or neutered when they are between six and nine months old, while kittens can be spayed or neutered anytime between two and five months old. Older pets can certainly be spayed or neutered as well, just talk to our team! We will help you determine the best time to spay or neuter your pet.
Benefits of spaying or neutering include:
- Reduction of unwanted behaviors
- Decreased chance of certain diseases
- Calmer pets
- Less aggressive behaviors
- No unwanted pregnancies
Spaying involves removing the uterus and ovaries from female pets, while neutering removes male pets’ testicles. Depending on your pet’s procedure, our veterinarians will help you understand how to care for your pet post-procedure, including what activities are permitted. We will be happy to answer any questions you have both before and after your pet’s spay or neuter surgery.
Spay & Neuter Services at Amber Leaf Animal Hospital
Amber Leaf Animal Hospital is pleased to offer comprehensive spay and neuter services in Winfield. We will be with you and your pet every step of the way, ensuring that they receive top quality care throughout their procedure. Whether you are welcoming a new puppy or kitten to the family, or if you are seeking a spay or neuter for an older pet, you can expect that your pet is in good hands with our veterinary team.
Questions about spaying or neutering your pet? Give our team a call at (630) 282-4196 or contact us online today.
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