Benefits to the owner?
Neutered males will show a drastic decrease in the desire to “mark their territory”. Neutered males also seem to be less aggressive.
Did you know?
That more than 3 million cats and dogs are euthanized in shelters. These are not just animals found on “the streets” but often are family pet’s offspring and purebreds. Animals that have got out that one time and the litter was not intentional, but efforts to find good homes failed.
Village Veterinary Hospital offers a Laser Surgery for this procedure as well. Please read more about this latest technology in the Laser Therapy topics of interest page.
Neutering dogs is a very common procedure, done everyday in most veterinary practices. Our Doctors and Technician will answer any further questions you may have and set up an appointment for you today. Please contact our office at 505-869-2627.