Spay and Neuter Queens, NY

Caring for the health of our pets has become accessible due to the medical procedures that are safe and effective. Thus, our pets can achieve better health and long life.

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Spaying and Neutering Queen: The owners’ benefits from having these procedures

Cats can go into heat as early as five months old and have three or four litters every year. Dogs can become pregnant as early as six months old and have two litters every year. Millions of unwanted dogs and cats, including puppies and kittens, are killed unnecessarily every year. The good news is that our veterinarians at Spay and Neuter Queens can help. You will help to avoid the birth of unwanted pups and kittens by having your dog or cat medically sterilized, as well as improving your pet's health and quality of life.

Animal reproduction and behavior

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Getting pregnant, even once, does not change the behavior of female dogs or cats, contrary to popular belief. While some pet owners may have excellent intentions, our vets at spay and neuter clinic Queens point out that only a few are prepared to put in the time and effort required to monitor their pet's pregnancy, care for the newborns, and find good homes for all of the offspring.

What exactly are surgical alterations?

A veterinarian eliminates specific reproductive organs through surgical alteration. The veterinarian routinely removes the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus of a female cat or dog. If your pet is a male, the testicles are removed, and the procedure is known as orchiectomy.

Our Spay and neuter Queens mention that veterinarians perform the most common surgeries on cats and dogs. Your pet will be given a comprehensive physical checkup before the operation to verify that they are in good health. Before the surgery, a general anesthetic will be delivered to make the procedure painless. For a few days after that, you'll be asked to keep your pet calm and quiet until the incision heals.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of both medical procedures?

Spaying female dogs and cats eliminate their heat cycles and, in general, minimizes the undesirable behaviors that might lead to owner frustration and the decision to surrender the pet to a shelter.

Advantages for your male pet

A male dog and cat neutering lessens the drive to breed and has a relaxing effect, making them less likely to roam and more willing to stay at home. Neutering your male pet benefits his health by lowering his chances of prostate problems, testicular cancer, and infections.

When is the ideal time to neuter or spay my pet?

Almost any age can be surgically altered in a dog or cat. Based on your pet's breed, age, and physical condition, we can advise you on the best time for it.

Will the procedure have an impact on my pet's mood or metabolism?

The surgery does not influence a pet's intelligence, play, work, or hunting abilities. The operation will not make your pet obese, contrary to popular perception. Obesity-related health problems can be avoided if your pet eats a well-balanced diet and exercises regularly. Our vets at Spay and neuter Queens will recommend the ideal food and activity plan for your pet at each stage of its life.

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When you walk into the clinic, you'll see right away that we treat every animal as if it were our own, which means your little friend will feel comfortable in our care, and you'll feel confident giving them to us. Our Spay and Neuter Queens genuinely care about your furry family members, as we understand how important they are to you. We exist to deliver high-quality care using safe, anxiety-free, and ecologically sustainable approaches.