Spay/Neuter &
Reproductive Services

Unless breeding is planned, spaying or neutering your pet is an important part of keeping them healthy for life. For breeders, we also offer a wide variety of reproductive services.

Spay and neuter surgeries are safe and effective and there are many short and long-term benefits for your pet. Aside from the prevention of unwanted litters and behavioral issues, spaying or neutering your pet can protect them from some life-threatening ailments such as infection and reproductive tumors. You can schedule your pet for their spay or neuter anytime after six months of age.

Planning to breed your dog or cat? Let us help you with ovulation prediction, breeding nutrition consultation, pregnancy checks, puppy/kitten count, and cesarean sections. We also offer OFA testing.

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Commonly Asked Questions

Well, the average is six to nine months, but depending on size, some can go into heat as young as four months, while larger breeds could be over a year before their first heat cycle. 

While most dogs have two heat cycles a year, it is not uncommon for them to have three cycles in a year.

Cats can have their first heat cycle as early as 4 months of age and can go into heat several times during one breeding season (Early Spring to late Fall).

Cats are known as induced ovulators, meaning that an egg will only be released when they are bred. This greatly increases their chances of becoming pregnant.

Pregnancy lasts for an average of 63 days (labor can start 1-3 days earlier or later).

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