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Kenosha Pet Spaying & Neutering

3910 85th Street
Kenosha, WI 53142
After-hours Emergency Number: 414-761-6333

Trusted Kenosha Pet Spaying & Neutering Service

Need help with pet spaying & neutering in Kenosha? Let's look at what neutering and spaying are and why you may consider them for your pet below:

Neutering is the term most often used to describe the surgical procedure during which the testicles are removed as a form of permanent contraception.

What Are the Advantages of Pet Neutering?

  • Reduces the risk of benign prostatic hyperplasia (prostate enlargement) and prostatitis (prostate infection).
  • Reduces the risk of hormone-related diseases like perianal adenoma (benign tumor around the anus)
  • Eliminates the risk of testicular cancer
  • Removes sexual urges, often resulting in a decrease in roaming behaviors.
  • Neutered pets generally live longer than unneutered pets.
  • Reduces the likelihood of separation anxiety issues.
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Other Reasons to Neuter Your Pet

  • Can be used to treat certain forms of aggression.
  • Treatment of testicular tumors and prostate gland conditions in older pets.
  • Can be used to control hormonal (testosterone) dependent diseases such as perianal adenomas.
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Kenosha Pet Spaying

Spaying is the term most often used to describe the surgical procedure performed on female cats and dogs in which the ovaries and uterus are removed as a means of permanent contraception. This procedure is also known as an ovariohysterectomy or ovariectomy.

What Are the Advantages of Pet Spaying?

  • Prevention of estrus, or heat
  • When in heat, female pets often have an urge to run away in search of a mate. This behavior often ends after the procedure.
  • The hormone fluctuations that take place after the heat cycle also end post-procedure.
  • Helps to prevent a common uterine infection known as pyometra
  • Prevention of breast cancer
  • Eliminates the risk of uterine and ovarian cancer.
  • Spayed pets generally live longer than those that are unspayed.
  • Reduces the likelihood of separation anxiety experienced by many pets.

Reasons For Medical Spaying

Spaying may be performed for several medical conditions, such as:

  • Treatment of intractable false or phantom pregnancy.
  • Treatment of irregular or abnormal cycles due to ovarian cysts.
  • As an aid in diabetes treatment.
  • Treatment of uterine infection (pyometra) or cancer.
  • Dystocia (difficult birthing) or post-cesarean-section surgery.

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