Spay Neuter Clinic
Spay Neuter Clinic Jacksonville FL
Baymeadows Animal Hospital’s Spay Neuter Clinic, located in Jacksonville FL, is here to not only keep your pets happy and healthy but, to prevent future health problems as well as over population. The goal is to provide the safest procedure for your pet at a reasonable cost. Ask our veterinarian about the most appropriate time to spay or neuter your pet based on its breed, age, and physical condition at Baymeadows spay neuter clinic.
Spay is the surgical removal of a female animal’s reproductive organs that eliminate heat cycles. This will also reduce the unwanted behaviors that may lead to owner frustrations.
Neuter is a surgical procedure used to ‘de-sex’ an animal that reduces the breeding instinct and makes your male pet more content to stay home instead of roaming or fighting.
Prior to the spaying or neutering procedure, your pet will be given a complete examination to ensure good health. At Baymeadows spay- neuter clinic, we want your pets to be free of any pain therefore, a general anesthesia will be administered before surgery and medications received to minimize pain after surgery.
Spay Neuter health and behavioral benefits?
A long-term benefit of spaying and neutering is improved health for both dogs and cats. Spaying females help protect them from serious health problems later in life such as breast cancer and uterine infections. Neutering males can also lessen the risk of developing enlarged prostate gland and testicular cancer.
Pet Spaying and Pet Neutering will not have an effect on your pet’s intelligence or the ability to play or learn. Actually, pets have a tendency to be better behaved following surgical removal of their ovaries or testes. This makes for a happy pet owner because their pets are more desirable to be around.
Call our Spay Neuter Clinic to make an appointment (904) 733-5100.
Keep your pets healthy, happy, and prevent unnecessary health problems by having them spayed or neutered today.
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