Spay and Neuter

Spay & Neuter Clinic in Chandler, AZ

At Pet Doctor, we believe in providing quality veterinary care at an affordable price. Below is our list of prices for our pet care services for the main pet hospital and the spay and neuter clinic.

Get Your Pet Spayed or Neutered at Pet Doctor

Having your pets spayed or neutered is critical. A dog or cat that has been sterilized typically has better behavior. Pet Doctor provides professional spaying and neutering at our veterinary clinic in Chandler, AZ. Having your dog or cat spayed or neutered is also crucial because it keeps pet homelessness and overpopulation under control. The American Humane Society reports that more than two million healthy dogs and cats are euthanized each year due to pet overpopulation. This is unfortunate news for animal lovers, but having your dog or cat sterilized can help. Spaying or neutering your pet can also provide them with a longer and healthier life. Most pet owners want a playful dog or cat, but nobody wants a neurotic animal, and our services can help. We know you want what’s best for your pets, and we provide affordable spaying and neutering services. We invite you to learn more about our spay and neuter clinic and reach out to us if you have any questions.

What are Spaying and Neutering?

Many pet owners realize the importance of having their pets spayed or neutered, but they may not understand precisely what happens during a spay or neuter surgery or how those procedures are performed. Spaying is the process of removing the ovaries and uterus from a female pet, while neutering is removing the testicles of a male pet. When a female pet is ready to be spayed, the veterinarian will provide her with anesthesia, putting her into a deep sleep. The ovaries and uterus will then be removed through an opening in your dog or cat’s abdomen. Male pets also receive anesthesia before their neutering. Their testicles are removed through a small cut in the front of the scrotum, and their vas deferens is tied off. Our veterinary staff will carefully monitor your pet’s heart and breathing rate as well as providing home care instructions for post-surgery care. We always begin each procedure by assessing your pet to minimize risk. Most spaying and neutering skin incisions fully heal within 10 to 14 days, which is around the same time any stitches or staples used will be removed.

When Should I Get My Pet Spayed or Neutered?

Now you know that you should get your dog or cat spayed or neutered, but the question is, when is the best time? The best time to get your pet sterilized depends on their size. It’s best to have small dogs and cats spayed or neutered when they are anywhere from four to nine months old. For large breed dogs, these surgeries should be delayed until they are six to 24 months of age. Sometimes it’s in your dog’s best interest to have the surgery postponed until they reach reproductive maturity. We encourage you to speak with us about the best time to have your pet sterilized. In some cases, cats can be spayed or neutered as early as eight weeks old.

Why Should I Have My Dog or Cat Spayed or Neutered?

If you ever watched The Price Is Right, you likely remember Bob Barker telling us how important it is to have your pets spayed or neutered. There are several benefits that come along with having your pets sterilized. We all know that caring for pets requires time and effort. Most people can handle a few pets, but things can start to get hectic once the number of pets you own starts to grow. When your dogs or cats have puppies or kittens you don’t want or can’t take care of, they need to find new homes. With millions of pets not being adopted each year, having your pets sterilized is a responsible thing to do. Doing so can also improve the behavior and health of your pets. Studies have found that spayed pets live longer than their counterparts who have not been fixed. Having your pets castrated can prevent unwanted diseases such as testicular cancer and prostate disease. Female cats and dogs who are sterilized will not go through heat cycles, which can cause them to act aggressively. It can also reduce a dog’s desire to roam free. Most pets who are sterilized are calmer and avoid overly aggressive behavior used to attract a mate.

Contact Our Spay and Neuter Clinic Today

As Chandler’s affordable, full-service veterinary clinic, you can count on Pet Doctor for all your spaying and neutering needs. We welcome new patients and will treat your dog or cat as if they were our own. When you need the best care and veterinary services, we’re the team you can trust. We also specialize in services, including vaccinations, dental cleanings and surgery, and more. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for your furry friend.

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4811 S Arizona Ave
Chandler, AZ 85249