Leading Veterinarians in Cumming
Tri-County Animal Hospital in Cumming boasts several of the top veterinarians in the area, including Dr. Ashleigh Wallace Huggins, Dr. Lori Wyatt DaCosta, and Dr. Rebecca Teal. We routinely perform spaying and neutering surgeries at our practice on both cats and dogs. Of course, we also offer a full selection of veterinary services. However, spaying and neutering surgeries are the most common and perhaps most important surgical procedures that we do. We have a great deal of experience with these procedures, so you can rest assured that your pet is in good hands. Read on to learn more about spaying and neutering.
The Importance of Spaying and Neutering
Spaying and neutering may very well be the two of the most important veterinary surgical procedures. There is a reason that it is common practice for both puppies and kittens to be spayed or neutered at a young age. Before the spread of these procedures, the United States had a serious problem with both stray cats and stray dogs. This problem is now much less serious due to widespread spaying and neutering. Also, both cats and dogs tend to be more docile when they have been spayed or neutered.
If you have a young puppy or kitten that has not yet been spayed or neutered, you might have some understandable trepidation about these surgeries. However, spaying and neutering are both very safe surgeries with very high success rates and low rates of adverse outcomes. We have successfully completed many such procedures, so we are very knowledgeable about these surgeries. Advances in techniques and technology have reduced the necessary recovery time as well as the discomfort for our furry patients. Spaying and neutering are usually outpatient procedures, so your pet should be able to go home with you on the day of their surgery.
Make an Appointment with a Top Veterinarian Today
Here at Tri-County Animal Hospital in Cumming, we have all of your pet's health needs covered, from spaying and neutering to dietary management. We pride ourselves on providing the best and most comprehensive care possible for your pet. If you have any questions or you would like more info about our services, feel free to contact us by phone at 770-887-4530 or by visiting our website. One of our associates will be happy to speak with you and help you make an appointment at a convenient time.