For most pets early neutering is the responsible thing to do.
The operation is called 'spaying' in the female pet and 'castration' in the male pet. Spaying removes the ovaries and womb (uterus) and castration removes the testicles - in both cases making it impossible for unwanted pregnancies to occur.
There are also many health benefits to neutering. For female pets, spaying prevents ovarian and uterine cancer and pyometra (infection in the womb), and reduces the risk of breast cancer, and for male animals castration reduces roaming and prevents testicular cancer and reduces the risk of prostate cancer.
The neutering operation is a commonly performed procedure and for uncomplicated routine neutering we offer this service at specially discounted prices compared to normal surgical prices - and your pet still receives our usual exceptionally high standard of care.