Pet Neutering

Neutering is a medical procedure that prevents pets from being able to reproduce, and comes with a host of other health benefits.

Neutering Your Dog

Neutering your dog prevents unwanted babies, and encourages calmer behaviour in dogs.

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Neutering Your Cat

Neutering your cat will promote calmer behaviour, prevents unwanted pregnancies and may also prevent diseases.

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Neutering Your Rabbit

Neutering your rabbit doesn't only protect about unwanted kits, it also helps your rabbit to become calmer and less aggressive.

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What is pet neutering?

Neutering is sometimes referred to as castration in males and spaying in females. Both operations are carried out under general anaesthetic and are very safe for your pet.

Surgical procedure to neuter a pet

Keyhole surgery is a minimally invasive alternative to traditional surgery. Very small incisions are made with the assistance of cameras and other technology. Benefits of this type of surgery include:

  • Smaller wounds and a smaller chance of infection
  • Reduced post-operative pain
  • Faster recovery
  • Fewer complications

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Whether your pet needs routine preventative healthcare such as neutering or specific veterinary care, our team is committed to providing excellent service.


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On average our clients save an average of £225 with the Medivet Healthcare Plan.

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