We recommend spaying and neutering pets around
SIX MONTHS OLD
once they have fully undergone their puppy or kitten vaccinations. The primary reason you should have your pet spayed or neutered early on is that female dogs and cats can begin their heat cycles as early as seven months and males can develop aggressive behaviors during puppyhood or kittenhood.
Spaying and neutering your pets come with a myriad of health and behavioral benefits that allow them to live longer, happier lives. Some of the benefits of spaying and neutering your pets include:
Here at Front Range Veterinary Clinic, we encourage all pet parents to spay and neuter their canine and feline friends. In addition to helping control Fort Collin’s pet population, spaying ( i.e., overiohysterectomy)(i.e., orchiectomy) your pet comes along with a host of health benefits. If it is time to spay or neuter your pet, we offer the best care and equipment for a swift procedure and recovery.
Like all surgical procedures performed at our facility, we will implement a thorough examination and evaluate your pet’s vaccination history first and foremost. This will involve designing an anesthesia plan customized to meet your pet’s needs. We will guide you through the process of caring for your pet pre-surgery and post-surgery