Spay and Neuter

Having a pet is a huge responsibility. Your pet will rely on you for food, shelter, love, and affection. They will also rely on you to ensure their health by scheduling annual check-ups with a veterinarian. If your pet has not been spayed or neutered, you should have it done. If you live in or around Savannah, contact our team at Crossroad Animal Hospital to schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians. During your visit, it’s a great time to inquire about spaying or neutering your pet.

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What Is Spay and Neuter?

Spaying and neutering is the sterilization process for animals. Male pets are neutered, which involves removing the animal's testicles. Female pets are spayed, and during the procedure, the veterinarian will remove your pet's uterus, ovaries, and Fallopian tubes.

The Benefits of Neutering

Many people have their male pets neutered to prevent them from getting another pet pregnant. There are also certain health benefits of having your pet neutered. After being neutered, there is no risk of your pet developing testicular cancer. It can also prevent prostate problems, which are common in male pets.

Having your pet neutered can help with behavioral issues such as marking territory with urine and roaming.

The Benefits of Spaying

When you have your pet spayed, you won't need to worry about her getting pregnant. Having her spayed will prevent ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, and breast cancer. The procedure will also prevent uterine infections which are common in female pets.

Spaying will prevent your female pet from going into heat and therefore stopping many of the associated behaviors. If you have a female cat, the procedure will prevent her from yowling, trying to attract a mate. The procedure will keep your female dog from whining while she is in heat.

Spaying & Neutering for Pets in Savannah, GA

Having your pet spayed or neutered is essential if he or she is going to live a long and healthy life. Call our veterinarians in Savannah today at 912-927-4343 to schedule an appointment at Crossroad Animal Hospital.

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