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  • Pet Neutering in Oxford | Boundary Vets

Did you know that - pet neutering may have a major positive impact on your pet's preventative health care?

Pet neutering may be a crucial component of your pet's healthcare for a happy and healthy living, regardless of whether you have a recently adopted puppy or kitten at home or a somewhat older animal.

Your pet is in the best care at Boundary Vets. Our top-notch facilities, together with a staff of skilled veterinary surgeons and trained veterinary nurses, guarantee that your dogs receive the finest care possible.

Members of our Pet Health For Life Plan are also entitled to a 10% discount off any pet neutering operation following an initial consultation with one of our doctors.

To discuss your options and choose the ideal time for your pet, please make an appointment for a consultation.

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Benefits of Pet Neutering

The surgical process of "pet neutering," which is carried out under general anaesthesia, involves removing all or a portion of an animal's reproductive organs to stop it from procreating. It's known as spaying for females and castration for males.

  • prevents womb infections and unplanned pregnancies

  • may aid in preventing breast cancer and tumours

  • can also aid in preventing prostate illness and testicular cancer.

  • helps to stop aggressive conduct and wandering

  • To neuter is normal! In the UK, 71% of owned dogs and 86% of owned cats are neutered.

*PSDA Paws report 2020

When's the right time to get your pet neutered?

 

Male

Female

Cat

From four months

From four months

Dog

From six months although we will consider your pet’s weight, breed and behaviour  

Pre-season or at least three months after season

 

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