By having your dog or cat sterilized, you will do your part to prevent the birth of unwanted puppies and kittens. Spaying and neutering also helps protect against some serious health problems, and may reduce many of the behavioral problems associated with the mating instinct.
Our age requirements are a minimum of 12 weeks of age and otherwise healthy!
For our feline friends the American Association of Feline Practitioners recommends spaying and neutering cats around 5 months of age. For more information, please visit our resources tab.
With dogs unfortunately the recommendation is a bit more individualized. Recent studies have been published for 35 different breeds recommending the best time to spay or neuter based on risks for orthopedic disease and cancer. If your dog’s breed is not listed on that chart, AAHA has created an easy to follow flow chart with some general recommendations.
Our goal is to provide you with the most current industry recommendation to assist you in making the best decision for your pet and your family.
If you need further help deciding the best time to spay or neuter your pet, we recommend you schedule a consult with your full-service veterinarian who will be assisting you with your pet’s long term health and well-being.
Your pet must be at least 12 weeks of age and generally healthy.
All pets will receive a physical exam prior to surgery. Any animal displaying signs of illness will be disqualified from surgery and referred to one of the local full service veterinary clinics for care.
Any animal with external parasite infestation (flea, tick, ear mites) will receive treatment at the owner’s expense in addition to a premises decontamination fee when applicable.
All pets will receive a rabies vaccination at the time of the procedure, if you pet is current on his or her vaccine please upload a copy of your Rabies Certificate and you will receive a $10 discount at check out
A deposit is required at the time of booking and will be applied to your pet's services.
No, we are not. We are a surgical center only. We will offer limited vaccines while you pet is in our care for surgery but you must establish care with a full-service veterinarian for continued care. We DO NOT offer routine care like annual examinations, annual vaccines or urgent care. Please see our resources tab for a list of local full-service veterinary clinics and hospital.
Please visit our services tab to view our price list.
We strive to make our prices as low as we can.
At this time we do not offer discounts.
Provide high quality pet sterilization for dogs and cat in the lakes area and surrounding communities!
Dr. Hensel and Kortni have worked together since 2014 and are excited to bring these services to our area!
We feel that spaying and neutering pets improves overall health and want it affordable for all!