- Food: Please ensure that your pet does not eat any food after 9PM the night before surgery.
Water: Your pet is allowed to have water up until 8AM the morning of surgery.
- If you already have a buster collar, please bring it with you at the time of the exam. We will ensure it is the appropriate size to prohibit your pet from reaching the surgical site.
- A pillowcase can serve as an impromptu carrier if necessary.
For your pet’s safety, and the safety of others, please bring a leash for all dogs and a carrier for small dogs and all cats.
Frequent Concerns/Myths about Spay & Neuter
Q. It will make my pet fat
A. Spay and Neutering does not make your pet fat, lack of exercise and too much food are responsible for that.
Q. It will change my pet’s personality, he will no longer be a “man”.
A. Spaying and Neutering does not change your pet’s identity or personality, pets reproduce from instinct and will live more relaxed and happier lives when sterilized.
Q. The surgery is too stressful.
A. Spaying and Neutering is less stressful than having litter after litter of puppies or kittens.
Q. My pet is too young or too old.
A. We will sterilize as young as two months as long as they weigh two pounds.