We can perform neutering on all domestic animals at both our Sidmouth and Neasden clinics.
Neutering in females (spaying) is advisable for owners who do not wish to breed and want to avoid disease changes associated with entire bitches. Spaying prevents life threatening infections of the womb (pyometra) and if the bitch is spayed before she is mature then the chances of developing breast tumours later in life are considerably reduced.
In males, neutering can reduce aggression and improve animals' social habits. Neutered cats are shown to encounter less conflict and live longer than their unneutered counterparts. Neutering will prevent testicular cancer and reduce the chance of developing prostate disease.
If you have any questions we would love to discuss this further with you.
Joe Clarke APDT, canine behavourist and trainer, hosts weekly Puppy classes in Socialisation and Habitualisation at our Sidmouth Parade clinic. Junior classes, for dogs 5-6 months and older, are held in a set 6 week block at our Neasden clinic.
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Ensuring that your animal is fully up to date with their vaccinations is one of the most important things you can do to safeguard their health as a pet owner.
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Our Pet Health Club is an easy and affordable way to ensure your pet is covered when it comes to preventative health.
The scheme includes everything necessary for the prevention of fleas, worms and other parasites, as well as routine vaccinations.