Primary Care

Primary Care


Spay & Neutering

De-sexing is a surgical operation to remove the internal reproductive organs of pets. It is not only prevent unnecessary breeding of cats and dogs, but also has many benefits for the behavior and health of cats and dogs.

It is recommended that pets be neutered when they are 6 months old. The operation time of early sterilization is relatively short, the amount of anesthesia is also lower, and the wound healing speed is faster.

Spaying female cats and dogs has the following benefits

  • Reduce the risk of uterine infection and pyometra
  • Reduce the chances of female cats and dogs suffering from mammary gland tumors
  • Reduced risk of ovarian and uterine tumors
  • Elimination of diseases associated with pregnancy and childbirth

Spaying male dogs and cats has the following benefits

  • Reduce the risk of testicular tumors
  • Prevention of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and related diseases such as prostatitis, perineal hernia, prostate cyst
  • Reduce male cats and dogs urinating in the house
  • Avoid aggressive behavior
  • Reduce troublesome and nuisance behavior

Postoperative Care

The sterilization operation is generally completed within one day, and the pet needs to wear an Elizabeth ring after the sterilization operation to prevent excessive licking and biting of the operation site. It is recommended that the owner check the pet's surgical wound every day for sudden swelling and pus oozing, and keep the wound clean and dry. During the recovery period, their activities and time must also be limited to prevent wounds from dehiscence.