Includes Spay and Neuter
Do you plan to spay or neuter your pet? Sterilizing is one of the most important health decisions you’ll ever make for your cat or dog. Spaying and neutering requires minimal hospitalization and offers lifelong benefits to your pet. It also helps control pet overpopulation by preventing unwanted puppies and kittens.
More than 7 million homeless pets enter U.S. animal shelters every year. Many of these are lost pets or from unwanted litters. Nearly 3 million of these animals are euthanized simply because there aren’t enough homes to go around. Spaying and neutering ultimately saves lives and reduces the number of pets crowding shelters.
At Windermere Veterinary Services, we share your passion for animals. That’s why we provide spaying and neutering procedures for your pets. Cat spaying helps prevent uterine infections and breast cancer, which is fatal in 90 percent of cats. Cat neutering prevents testicular cancer, if done before six months of age. Dog spaying will also reduce cancer risk and the injury, stress and disease related to having puppies. Dog neutering will prevent your pet’s tendency to roam away home. And it will curb many aggression problems.
Our caring team of veterinary surgeons will gently ease your precious pooch or feline through the sterilization process. We use only the best equipment and take care to lessen the pain and discomfort your cat or dog may experience.
Most people will spay or neuter their pets when the animal is between six and nine months old. But we can perform the procedure at any age with the least amount of anxiety and discomfort. Our animal hospital staff will do our utmost best to keep your cat or dog comfortable throughout the procedure.
Don’t wait to get your pet fixed. Schedule an appointment with us today, by calling Pet Vet Windermere at 407-217-7635.
We also provide a wide range of surgical procedures besides our spay and neuter programs. We offer animal declaw surgeries for cat owners. We also perform dental cleanings, tooth extractions, growth removals, and eye surgeries.