Pet Sterilisation in Montreal & Saint-Laurent

Why Spay or Neuter My Pet?

  • There is less risk of developing breast or testicular tumors, uterine infections and the most common prostate problems. This greatly increases the life expectancy of your pet.
  • The animal is less likely to run away and there is less risk of accidents, fights and contagious diseases because the search for a mate is no longer a priority.
  • There is no need for unnecessary euthanasia since there will be fewer feral dogs and cats.
  • Your pet will feel less need to define their territory with urine. This also reduces the risk of fighting to defend its territory.


Moreover, the smell of urine from an uncastrated male cat is often intolerable compared to that of a sterilized male.


Surgery

Ovariohysterectomy (Females)

Ovariohysterectomy is a surgical procedure that involves removing your dog’s uterus and ovaries. Surgery is performed under general anesthesia and is only recommended for dogs older than 4 months. After the operation, we keep your dog in the clinic overnight. Recovery is normally 10 to 14 days after surgery. At that time, we meet again to check the scar and remove the stitches.


Castration (Males)

Castration is also performed under general anesthesia. It involves removing the testes of your dog by means of an incision made at the base of the scrotum. To be eligible for this surgery, the dog must be over the age of four months and it must be healthy. The wound usually heals after 10-14 days. After 14 days, we will review your dog to check the scar and remove the stitches.

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