Pet desexing in Adelaide
Desexing of our pets is very important for many medical and behavioural reasons. Desexing has its greatest benefits when done before a females' first heat or season (oestrus), and before males develop any bad habits (behaviours).
Desexing of puppies and kittens at the Findon Vet Surgery, Adelaide, has one of the highest safety record, if not the highest, for puppy and kitten surgery and anaesthesia. We include a range of Free Upgrades that maximise safety and minimise the risks of surgery.
- Male dog, cat and rabbit desexing is known as castration or
neutering, and involves the surgical removal of the testes from an
incision just in front of the scrotum (orchidectomy).
- Female desexing of dogs, cats and rabbits are called speys ("spay"
in America) and involves the surgical removal of the ovaries and the
uterus (ovariohysterectomy) via an incision in the middle of the
underside of the abdomen.
NOTE that we include IV fluids at NO CHARGE for dog and cat desexing, to enhance the anaesthetic safety.
Click on the buttons below to see the benefits of desexing puppies, dogs, kittens, cats and rabbits!
Our vets are available to desex, castrate (neuter), spey (spay) your
pet and we are centrally located in Adelaide's western suburbs. We are
adjacent to Fulham Gardens, Flinders Park, Fulham, Kidman Park, Allenby
Gardens, Welland, Seaton, Lockleys, Underdale, Torrensville, Woodville
Park, Brooklyn Park, Beverley, Woodville, Woodville Gardens, Croydon,
West Croydon, Henley Beach, Hendon, Royal Park.