The Veterinarians and Staff at Country Creek Animal Hospital in Allen recommend that all non-breeding pets be spayed or neutered. These procedures can drastically improve your pet’s health and well-being:
We can consult with you about when it would be most appropriate to have your pet’s spay or neuter procedure performed. Several factors like size, breed, overall health, status of dental development, etc. play into the decision.
For Pet Owners desiring to have their pet bred/ breed, we would recommend a thorough consultation of the entire breeding process, start to finish to highlight some of the necessary measures to assure that your pet and it’s offspring remain healthy and have a great start in life. These consultations and examination would include pedigree analysis, screening for common ailments of particular breeds (orthopedic, eye, heart, allergy/skin, reproductive, cancer tendency, respiratory, endocrine/glandular, dental/orthodontic, vascular, neurologic, etc). Many of these assessments can be made at Country Creek Animal Hospital under the direct supervision of our Doctors and Staff, but we may refer you and your pet to local specialist or veterinarians with a particular interest in canine reproduction and management. Country Creek Animal Hospital, its Doctors, and Staff do not condone nor facilitate irresponsible pet breeding, but do whole-heartedly support those that are breeding sound and fit animals in a manner that is humane and benefitting the breed as a whole.
All surgeries at Country Creek come with complete exam, lab, pain management, fluids, anesthesia and monitoring included.
Please Contact Us if you have any questions about spaying or neutering your pet.
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