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Posted on 03-30-2017
Spaying and neutering is the process of removing an animal's reproductive organs so they can no longer reproduce. Did you know that spaying/neutering is the most common surgery performed by veterinarians? That's because the vast majority of veterinarians recommend that all pets should be spayed/neutered. (By way of definition, spaying is performed on female animals, while neutering is performed on male animals.) Why do so many veterinarians recommend spaying/neutering? The main reasons are because of the health and behavioral benefits it gives animals, as well as because spaying/neutering pets helps curb pet overpopulation. Read on to learn more about the reasons to spay/neuter your pets -- and how all of us at Century Veterinary Group can help with spay and neuter surgery for your Los Angeles pets.
There are three main benefits of choosing to spay and neuter your pets.
When you choose to get your pet spayed or neutered, you make a very responsible decision. And we are very happy to help you do that.
If you are looking for reliable, professional, trustworthy spay and neuter surgery for Los Angeles pets, look no further than Century Veterinary Group. We have been Los Angeles' home for great veterinary service for 30 years because of our caring and compassionate staff, state-of-the-art treatments and a full complement of pet services. We use surgical laser, which dramatically reduces intraoperative bleeding, as well as post-operative pain and discomfort. In addition, our clinic is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association -- so you can be assured that we hold ourselves to the highest standard of veterinary care.
If you are ready to spay or neuter your pet, bring him or her to our skilled veterinary team. We are happy to help your pet receive this vital wellness procedure and then advise you on the recovery and veterinary follow-ups.
Call us today at 310-734-0176 or come see us! We are conveniently located at 8750 Venice Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. We hope to see you soon!
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