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Spay And Neuter In Las Vegas NV

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St. Francis Animal Hospital in Las Vegas is your source for safe spaying and neutering services. Our skilled veterinarian has performed spaying and neutering procedures on pets for many years. In addition, we care about your pet. That's why we offer consultations for pet owners to help them decide what's right for their animal companion.

About Spaying and Neutering

Spaying and neutering procedures disable the pet's reproductive system, making it impossible for female pets to become pregnant and male pets to impregnate females. This important but common surgery is performed on pets all over the country and is a standard recommended practice for pet owners who do not plan to breed their pets.

Spaying and neutering can be done on pets that are as young as 6 weeks old. However, this surgery is safe and can be performed on pets who are much older. If you have an older pet who you would like to spay or neuter, talk to your pet's vet at St. Francis Animal Hospital.

Benefits of Spaying and Neutering

There are many reasons to spay or neuter your pet in Las Vegas!

  • Reduces unwanted pet pregnancies. Unwanted pet pregnancies can result in animal neglect and abandonment in the Las Vegas area.
  • Fewer animals in shelters. When pets produce unwanted offspring, often these animals find their way onto the streets and into shelters. This puts a burden on the community and is a tragedy for the animal.
  • Reduced risk of disease. Pets who are not spayed or neutered may be at increased risk for disease of the reproductive system. If you would like your pet to be at reduced risk for disease, it's important to spay or neuter your pet when he or she is a young age.
  • Reduced aggression. Pets who are not neutered are more likely to be aggressive and territorial.
  • Lower chances of wandering away from home. Pets who are capable of reproducing are sometimes tempted to wander away from home in search of a mate. Spaying or neutering your pet can suppress this instinct.
  • Fewer behavior problems. Pets who are not spayed or neutered may yowl, spray urine and engage in other undesirable behaviors. Spaying or neutering your pet can curb these problems.

Post-Surgical Care

After surgery, some pets need special treatment to stay healthy and feel better. We help pet owners take care of their newly spayed and neutered pets. By offering post-surgical pet care, we can help prevent infection and complication from surgery.

Contact Your Pet's Las Vegas Veterinarian

At St. Francis Animal Hospital in Las Vegas, we help pet owners take care of their animal friends. If you're unsure about spaying or neutering and have questions for your pet's veterinarian, contact us today at 702-675-8366. We'll be happy to answer your questions, provide any guidance you may need.


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Dr. Drake and CarolAnn are amazing! They have been caring for my dogs for over 10 years now and I have never had one complaint. They are always so happy to see my dogs and provide them with the most compassionate care. I recommend them to any seeking an honest, caring, loving, empathizing and helpful veterinarian!

Bob H.
Las Vegas, NV

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