Spay & Neuter in Fort Mill, SC
Are you curious about the right time to spay or neuter your pet? Pets can be spayed or neutered as young as twelve to sixteen weeks. When you bring your pet in for an appointment, we will help you determine the best timing.
Allow us to spay or neuter your furry family member to help them live a longer and healthier life. Spaying and neutering services in Fort Mill, SC are readily available, so call us to schedule an appointment.
Benefits of Spaying or Neutering Your Animal:
- Removes Heat Cycles, Which Eliminates Related Bleeding, Nervous Behavior, and Whimpering
- Reduces Risk of Common Cancers
- Minimizes Anxious and Aggressive Behavior
- Minimally Invasive Procedure With Two Weeks Down Recovery Time
What Does it Mean to Spay or Neuter?
Spaying is the process of removing a female animal's ovaries and uterus. This procedure serves to eliminate bleeding, discomfort from heat periods, and whimpering. It also reduces anxious behavior and prevents ovarian cancer.
Neutering is the process of removing a male animal's testes. This procedure serves to reduce aggressive and anxious behavior and prevents testicular cancer. Studies show that spayed and neutered pets live 18 to 23 percent longer than those who are not.
We have an exceptional team of veterinarians who have extensive experience performing spay and neuter surgeries. To schedule this quick, minimally invasive procedure for your pet that results in little downtime, please give us a call at 803-239-4477 today!
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