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Many small pets such as rabbits, rats, chinchillas and guinea pigs can benefit from being spayed or neutered. Our spay and neuter clinic in the Kennedy Heights Animal & Bird Hospital in Surrey, BC, is experienced in performing these procedures for small animals.
Spaying refers to the surgical procedure performed to make pets incapable of reproduction. Spaying is also known as an ovariohysterectomy. To neuter refers to removal of the reproductive organs meaning the surgical removal of the male testicles.
Take the Opportunity to Have an Animal Microchip Inserted
While at the hospital, you can arrange for an ID microchip for your pet. A microchip with an individualized number is the size of a grain of rice and is inserted under the skin of your pet with no anesthetic necessary.
If your pet is ever lost, no worries – the ID number can be scanned and read at any animal home, shelter, clinic, or hospital, and you, the owner, contacted. All you have to do is supply contact information and the name of your pet, and his ID will be safely and easily registered.
Why Spaying and Neutering Is Beneficial for Your Small Pets
Spaying and neutering are two common surgical procedures that are performed on dogs and cats, but small pets can also be spayed and neutered. Spaying and neutering and has a number of benefits:
Since these procedures will render small pets infertile, you will be doing your part in helping to resolve the problem of animal overpopulation. As veterinarians, we know all too well that the rapidly growing population of animals has been causing problems of neglect and abandonment.
The best age to spay or neuter your small pet depends on the type of small pet and the breed and can vary from 4 months old to 9 months old. Please call us at the Kennedy Heights Animal and Bird Hospital in Surrey at (604) 591-5304 for more detailed information or to answer any questions you might have.
We Welcome Small Pets for Neutering and Spaying
At the Kennedy Heights Bird and Animal Hospital we have been looking after and spaying and neutering small pets since we were established in 1992. Our staff and doctors have a special interest in these small pets so spaying and neutering them is one of the many services we provide for them. Our doctors and staff are experienced in minimal stress handling and anesthesia techniques specific to these small pets.
There are some important differences from other species when spaying and neutering these small pets.
Our spay and neuter clinic at the Kennedy Heights Animal& Bird Hospital will be happy to answer any questions you have about spaying and neutering small pets. Visit us at 8614 120th Street, Surrey (BC) V3W 3N6, or call us at (604) 591-5304.
Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 7:00 pm and Saturday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Closed Sunday
Welcome to Kennedy Heights Animal and Bird Hospital - your full-service AAHA Accredited animal hospital! We provide complete services for dogs, cats, birds, ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs and reptiles. We value our relationships with our clients and pets, and look forward to providing compassionate care to you and your pets.
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