Neutering Your Pet
Important for non-breeding pets, neutering reduces the risk of diseases such as cancer, removes the risk of problems with the reproductive organs and accidental pregnancy. Neutering is a routine procedure at all our surgeries, and our vets will discuss the most appropriate neutering timescale and approach for your pet.
Neutering Your Rabbit
Neutering your rabbit can reduce agression, prevent unwanted pregnancies and dangerous diseases. Learn more information about neutering your rabbit here.
Behind the Scenes: Neutering
What happens when your pet gets neutered? We will show you beind the scenes of when your pet gets neutered and how you can expect your pet's day to go.
Neutering And Contraception For Ferrets
For female ferrets, a lack of male attention (or an injection to simulate it) during their cycle can be fatal! Click here to read more.
Neutering Your Cat
Getting your cat neutered or spayed is a great way of preventing unwanted pregnancies whilst also making your cat less likely to wander far away from home.
Neutering Your Dog
Neutering your dog can help prevent unwanted puppies, help curb aggressive behaviour and prevent potentially dangerous diseases. Find out more at Vets4Pets.
How preventative health care can save you money
The simplest way pet owners can give their pets a chance of a long, illness-free life is by keeping them as healthy as possible, and it will save money as well!
Cats in season
Unneutered female cats usually come into their first heat between 4 and 12 months of age. This is when they can get pregnant.
Dogs in season
Spot the signs that your dog is in heat/season and get expert advice from our vets on what to do and how to help your dog.