Skilled Spaying & Neutering in Greensboro

If your pet requires spaying or neutering, Durham Veterinary Clinic is the place for you. Our veterinary team has extensive experience performing both procedures for cats and dogs of all ages. We work hard to make your pet feel comfortable and strive to make your experience as hassle-free as possible. Our team looks forward to meeting your pet and learning how we can help improve its quality of life. Call us today to schedule your pet's next appointment at our Greensboro spay and neuter clinic!


What Are Spaying & Neutering?

Spay & neuter in Greensboro, GASpaying and neutering are veterinary surgical procedures that sterilize your pet and eliminate its ability to reproduce. Spaying is for female pets and removes the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus. In comparison, neutering is the removal of your pet's testicles. Although there's no age limit for either procedure, dogs typically undergo the procedure between six and nine months, while cats can receive it between eight weeks and five months.

If you're undecided about whether spaying or neutering is right for your pet, our team is here to give you the information you need. We'll outline some of the benefits of spaying and neutering to help you make educated decisions about your cat's or dog's health. Benefits of our Greensboro spaying and neutering services include, but are not limited to:

  • Increasing the lifespan of your pet
  • Eliminating the risk of testicular or ovarian cancer
  • Preventing undesirable behavior, like roaming and marking
  • Helping reduce pet overpopulation

Committed to Comforting Your Pet

At Durham Veterinary Clinic, we know that some pets may feel fearful and anxious when visiting the vet. As pet owners ourselves, we want to make your pet's overall experience as less stressful as possible. That's why our spay and neuter vets work together to help your pet feel comforted and supported throughout its spaying or neutering journey.

We have extensive experience working with even the most anxious pets and use fear-free handling techniques while respecting your pet's personal boundaries. Additionally, when we put your pet under anesthesia, a member of our team will be next to them to ensure that it's never alone. You can rest assured that kind, compassionate team members will treat your pet like family during its stay.

Working with Your Finances

We know how frustrating it can be to have your budget prevent you from giving your pet the veterinary care they deserve. That's why a founding principle of our practice is to provide you with affordable and high-quality veterinary treatments and procedures. As such, our low cost Greensboro spay and neuter services are offered at a low price so that you don't have to compromise on your finances.

Spay & Neuter FAQs

It's normal to have countless questions about our Greensboro spaying and neutering services. As such, we're here to answer your questions so that you can feel informed and confident going into your pet's procedure. Some frequently asked questions about spaying and neutering include:

Will my pet become lethargic following the procedure?

It's a common misconception that when a pet gets spayed or neutered, it becomes less energetic. While your pet is recovering from the procedure and waiting for the anesthesia to completely wear off, they may seem more lethargic than normal, but their energy levels should return to normal once they are completely healed.

Yes. Each year, countless veterinarians perform successful spaying and neutering procedures. At Durham Veterinary Clinic, we regularly perform both surgeries and follow strict safety guidelines.

No. Your pet will be placed under anesthesia, and it won't feel anything during the surgery.

No. Although spaying and neutering are surgical procedures, they're both simple and straightforward. As such, you can safely bring your pet home the same day after the surgery.

Before your pet is neutered or spayed, we'll take the time to go over instructions on what to do at home following its procedure. Some of the instructions we may provide you include the following:

  • Refraining from washing or cleaning the incision area
  • Keeping the incision area dry for at least seven days after surgery
  • Checking your pet's incision area regularly until it has healed
  • Preventing your pet from licking the incision area
  • Providing your pet with prescribed medication to help with pain and discomfort

A Greensboro Spay & Neuter Vet for You

At Durham Veterinary Clinic, we're passionate about improving your beloved pet's quality of life through skilled spaying and neutering services. Our practice provides surgical services by appointment Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday mornings. If you're unsure if our Greensboro spaying and neutering offerings are right for your cat or dog, contact us today to schedule your next appointment!


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