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Spay and Neuter Services for Pets

As a responsible pet owner, getting your pet spayed or neutered should be at the top of your To Do List. It will help not only your pet, but also the rest of your community. Overpopulation is a huge burden to rescue groups and animal shelters. Every pet that is spayed/neutered is a step in the right direction, preventing beautiful animals from ending up on the street. Call us at 647.350.6666 if you have any questions about these procedures.

My pet lives 100% indoors, do they still need to be spayed or neutered?

Absolutely! In a matter of moments with an open door or window, your pet can escape and mate with another. They can also come into contact with other pets at kennels, groomers or a friend’s house. All it takes is a couple of minutes when you or other humans are turned away. To prevent unwanted pregnancies and the complications that come with reproduction, we recommend all pets to be spayed or neutered.

Can adult dogs/cats still be spayed/neutered?

Yes. It is best to have these procedures done when your pets are still kittens or puppies. Be that as it may, they can be safely performed on fully grown pets. Our veterinarians and technicians will conduct tests to ensure your pet is a good candidate for surgery.

How should I care for my pet after their spay/neuter procedure?

Rest assured we will provide you will a full set of post-op care instructions after your pet’s spay or neuter. In general, we advise owners to check the incision daily for any abnormalities, restrict physical activity, give less food than usual, prevent pets from licking their wounds and make sure they take all their post-op medications.

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Tips for Finding Pet-Friendly Destinations and New US Border Control Regulations

As of August 1, 2024, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has implemented new regulations concerning the entry of pets into the USA.  You can review the guidelines here:  From August 1, 2024, Onward: What Your Dog Needs to Enter the United States  Your reliable veterinary practice is dedicated to helping you navigate through these new guidelines smoothly. We remind all pet owners of their responsibility to stay informed and comply with the regulations outlined by the CDC and other relevant authorities. To avoid any inconvenience, please take the time to review these updates carefully and feel free to reach out to us if you need further assistance. 

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