Spay – Neuter Clinic

At Pets To Go Spay and Neuter Clinic, you can expect:

• Low-cost, high-quality spay or neuter surgery

• Veterinarians you know and trust

• Complete pre-surgical exam

• Veterinary consultation regarding any special concerns

• Presurgical sedation and aesthesia            • Post-operative pain medication included

• Overnight hospitalization for cats and recovery stay at no additional cost

• Free follow-up care                 • No hidden costs

• Referral services available for any pet-related questions you may have

203Our number one goal is to provide your pets with premier care at an affordable price. We’re also committed to reducing the number of unwanted, euthanized animals in our community. Every time you use our services or refer someone to Pets to Go Spay and Neuter Clinic,  you not only get great care for your pets, you save money AND you help save the lives of thousands of animals right here in your own community.

Some Questions You May Have:

What does spay and neuter mean?
A spay (surgery for females) removes the ovaries and uterus from female animals and so eliminates the possibility of ovarian and uterine infection and cancer. Spaying can also prevent mammary gland tumors.

A neuter (surgery for cat and staffmales) removes the testicles and prevents testicular tumors in male dogs. Neutering also reduces aggressiveness and roaming behaviors in both cats and dogs.

Does a licensed veterinarian perform the surgeries?
Yes. NC state law mandates that any person performing surgery on an animal be a licensed veterinarian by the North Carolina State Veterinary Board

Can spaying my female pet help reduce the chances for breast (mammary gland) cancer?
Yes. Mammary gland cancer in pets can be prevented if they’re spayed early. For dogs, spay before her first heat, and for cats, spay before she turns one year old. In unspayed female dogs, mammary gland tumors are among the most common tumors and 50% are cancerous. In unspayed female cats, mammary gland tumors are less common than in dogs, but 85% are cancerous.



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