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Spay Neuter Kingston: When Should You Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

Spaying and neutering a dog or cat are a common practice in the Kingston. This procedure removes the reproductive organs so that neither a dog nor cat can produce a litter of puppies or kittens. Several owners wonder about the appropriate time to have their pet transformed.

At Grah Kingston, we are providing quality Surgery Service in Kingston. We are known as one of the best Spay Neuter vet clinics in Kingston open 7 days a week.

Spay Neuter Kingston: When Should You Spay or Neuter Your Pet?
Spay Neuter Kingston: When Should You Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

Between Eight Weeks and Six Months of Age

Veterinarians at vet clinics Kingston will spay or neuter dogs and cats when they are as young as eight weeks old. It is recommended that cats and dogs do not reach past six months of age before they are spaying or neutering. During this time both cats and dogs may become sexually matured. They may also show certain physical and personality changes that are unsatisfying to owners such as spraying urine, anger, and bleeding. It is best to spay or neuter pets before these signs begin or shortly after they have started.

Following a Recent Pregnancy

Some owners may prefer to breed their dogs or cats especially if they own pedigree animals. Other owners may have found a pregnant pet or did not understand their pet had reached an age of sexual adulthood. No matter the reason to stop further pregnancies it is counseled that female pets be spayed shortly after they have given birth and males be neutered shortly after they are eight weeks old.

Spay Neuter Kingston: When Should You Spay or Neuter Your Pet?
Spay Neuter Kingston: When Should You Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

Shortly After Rescuing a Stray Pet

In the event an animal was found on the street or with a rescue group, it should be spaying neutering in Kingston, if it has not been altered already. Rescuers should attempt to find the previous owners before any alteration is done. If no owners are found then the lost dog or cat should be spayed or neutered before being adopted.

We at Gardiners Road Animal Hospital offer all veterinary services, including spaying and neutering services in Kingston. Pet owners are welcome to visit our Animal hospital in Kingston. We have Spay Neuter Surgeons with years of experience who have done their jobs in the Surgery Service in Kingston incredibly.