Spey, Castration, Neutering
Whether it is a female being speyed or a male being castrated, both procedures fall under the umbrella terms of "desexing" or "neutering".
There are a lot of advantages to desexing your pets, whether they are males or females, or whether they are cats, dogs, or rabbits.
Desexing will stop unwanted pregnancies
- There are a lot of unwanted cats, kittens, dogs, and puppies out there
that are already desperately struggling to find homes.
Desexing will help stop wandering in search of mates
- When your pet wanders he or she is at risk of getting lost, getting into
fights with the neighbours, getting hit on the road, or being impounded.
Desexing will reduce unwanted aggression and territorial behaviours
- Urine spraying and territorial marking is never fun to clean up.
- Castrating your tom cat at an early enough age will also help reduce
the distinctive odour associated with uncastrated male urine
If you are planning on starting a new fur-family, then we are here to support you throughout your cat or dog's pregnancy. If you have any questions or queries, do not hesitate to call us on 544 2604