Both Dr. Parkinson and Dr. Klimaschka perform general spays and neuters on cats, dogs and rabbits. These procedures can be fairly ‘routine’ however a thorough examination prior to the anesthesia is required and at times pre-anesthetic blood work is also recommended for young cats and dogs.
Spaying and neutering your pet is impertinent to your pets overall well being and health. As your pet ages they can get mammary tumors as well as other diseases if not spayed or neutered which can be very serious. Therefore it is very important to ensure that your pet is spayed or neutered.