It is Important to Spay & Neuter Your Pets
Pet overpopulation is a serious issue and the best way to prevent it is by either spaying or neutering your pet. Pet shelters all across the country are filled with pets that are a result of overpopulation and a lack of action by owners to seek spay & neuter services. These procedures are effective and routine, which means that, in most cases, your pet will recover quickly.
At North Heights Veterinary Clinic, we are proud to provide spay and neuter services to the residents in and around the Appleton area. Our veterinary clinic features state of the art equipment and knowledgeable, friendly team members who care about you and your pet. If you haven't had your pet spayed or neutered yet, now is the time to learn more about when you should have the procedure performed.
When Should You Spay and Neuter?
Animals can be spayed and neutered from the age of approximately eight weeks of age. Although some people prefer to wait later, it is important to get the procedure before they reach the age where they can breed. If you are interested in getting your pet spayed or neutered and are unsure of their age, you can bring them in for a consultation and discuss the course of treatment with the veterinarian. They will give you detailed instructions about the procedure as well as instructions to follow the night before and the days following surgery.
Always follow the vet's instructions to keep your pet safe and promote a positive outcome. Immediately report and complications such as torn stitches or bleeding so you can prevent infection, bleeding, and other serious problems. You can do your part to help make your pet's life better and help prevent the serious problem of overpopulation across the country.
Let Us Help You Care for Your Pet in Appleton
Having a pet is a big responsibility, and will require the assistance of a professional, caring veterinarian clinic. We would like to help you get the complete services you need so your pet can live a long and happy life. Whether your pet needs spay & neuter services, or they suddenly become ill or have an accident, we are here to help when you need it most. If you live near the Appleton area, call (920) 739-7816 or stop by the clinic to schedule a consultation or a check-up to find out how you can provide a better quality of life for your pet.