Dog and Cat Spay and Neuter Services in Covington, GA

Ever wondered whether you really need to spay or neuter your pet? At Hometown Vets, we recommend it for a majority of our dog and cat patients. This is because spay and neuter procedures are a foolproof way to prevent unwanted animal pregnancies and litters, which benefits pets and people alike. Furthermore, dogs and cats may see an improvement in their overall health and in their behavior. For healthier, happier pets and a healthier, happier Covington, we’re happy to teach pet parents about the importance of spaying and neutering and give them the information they need to make smart choices on their pets’ behalf.

Call Hometown Vets at (770) 728-4302 to set up your pet’s surgery or consultation.

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When Should Pets be Spayed and Neutered?

All pets are unique. No two dogs or cats are likely to follow the same treatment timeline. Regarding spay and neuter surgeries, it really depends on your individual pet’s breed, health, and development. Cats and small and medium-sized dogs can usually be spayed or neutered at 6 months old, but large and extra-large dogs often need to wait until at least a year old.

We can help you determine the proper time to spay/neuter your pet based on their health history with us and whether or not they need more time to finish growing.

The Health and Behavioral Benefits of Spays and Neuters

Can your pet’s life be improved with a spay/neuter surgery? Below are some of the most notable examples of how they can personally benefit:

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