Providing Complete Veterinary Care in Amesbury and Surrounding Areas
Spaying and neutering is an important procedure for pets that are not going to be bred. The veterinary team at Merrimac Valley Animal Hospital recommends that all pets be spayed or neutered as the procedure is the most effective preventive for a wide range of health conditions to which our pets may be prone. For optimal benefits, we recommend that pets be spayed or neutered around 6 months of age, or after their vaccination panel is complete.
There are a number of health benefits associated with spay and neuter procedures. For male pets, neutering can help offset a variety of concerns, including:
For female pets, spaying can help offset a number of issues as well, including:
At MVAH, we provide surgical and anesthesia services that are safe and effective. We are proud to provide exceptional care for each and every one of our patients. If you are the owner of a new pet in need of spaying or neutering, please contact our team right away to schedule a consultation.
"Once again, an outstanding experience at MVAH."
Amy C, Merrimac
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