Spay and Neuter for Cats and Dogs
in Keller, TX

At Creekside Pet Care Center, we understand it may be nerve-wracking to hear your pet needs surgery. Our experienced team uses state of the art equipment to perform routine spay and neuter surgeries for cats and dogs. These procedures can provide pets with a variety of health and behavioral benefits and is recommended for almost all pets.

Call Creekside Pet Care Center to schedule your pet’s spay or neuter surgery today!

What to Expect

Our team recommends having your pet spayed or neutered between 6-8 months of age. When you schedule a spay or neuter surgery at Creekside Pet Care Center in Keller, your pet’s health and safety remain our top priority. Your pet will be placed under general anesthesia and closely monitored before, during and after the procedure to ensure their safety. We will also provide pain management medication to reduce discomfort as they recover from surgery in our hospital and once you take them home. Our team is happy to answer any questions about dog and cat spay and neuter surgeries and post-op recovery.

The Importance of Cat and Dog
Spay and Neuter Surgeries

Spaying and neutering are the surgical procedures through which female pets and male pets respectively become infertile. Having this procedure done at an early age can help to prevent certain health or behavioral problems, in addition to multiple other benefits among pets. These benefits include:

Prevent Pet Overpopulation

Did you know there are about 6.5 million dogs and cats in animal shelters? About 1.5 million of these pets will be euthanized due to lack of space or loving homes. Spaying or neutering your pet can help save the lives of shelter animals and lower the stray pet population, as well as reduce pressure on local rescues and shelters.

Reduce Aggressive Behavior

Neutered dogs and cats are less likely to present unwanted or aggressive behavior. It will help prevent spraying, mounting, and roaming from occurring.

Eliminate Heat Cycles

Female dogs and cats experience what is called a heat cycle, which can cause discomfort and can attract males. Having your pet spayed will eliminate this problem.

Promote Healthier Pets

Pets that are altered tend to live longer, healthier lives by preventing various conditions in both females and males. Being spayed or neutered can help to prevent pyometra and mammary cancer in females and lower the risk of testicular or prostate cancer in males.

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