Reproductive Health Spays/Neuters

Spay and neuter surgeries help your pets live a happier and healthier life. "Fixing" an animal through this type of surgery prevents breeding and brings many benefits to the individual pet and the pet population as a whole. When you're looking to get your pet fixed, Cashua Veterinary Care in Florence SC is able to help. 


What is a Spay or Neuter Surgery?

A spay surgery is the procedure performed on female animals. The reproductive organs are removed from the pet, which typically includes the ovaries and uterus. In some cases, only the ovaries are removed. Both types of surgeries are effective at preventing pregnancy. A neuter surgery is performed on a male animal. The testicles and some of the structures around this area are removed so the pet can no longer produce sperm.

The recovery following this type of surgery is straightforward. Spay procedures are more invasive than neuters, due to the abdominal incision, but the healing time ends up being almost as fast as a neuter. You'll want to carefully follow the veterinarian provided after-care instructions, which are provided following the surgery when you pick up your animal from the animal hospital. The Florence vet will be available to answer any questions you might have before, during, and after the procedure. An emergency vet is also available if any complications occur at Veterinarian Florence. 

The Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Your Pets

When you're looking at a veterinarian near me to schedule your pets spay or neuter surgery, you might have some worries about having them go through the procedure. It's a low-risk surgery that gives pets plenty of benefits to offset the slight discomfort they feel afterwards. 

The health benefits of spaying and neutering include preventing infections of the uterus, such as pyometra, and prostate issues. Breast and testicular cancer are also avoided through this procedure at a vet near me. The pet's behavior is also improved, as they won't be driven by reproductive hormones. A few examples of behaviors that are eliminated or reduced after a spay or neuter surgery include going into heat, trying to get out of the house during mating season, acting inappropriately around opposite sex animals, marking their scent around the house with urine, strong smelling urine, and fighting with other animals.

Schedule your pet to get fixed at Cashua Veterinary Care, your trusted Florence Veterinarian, today. 

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