Spay and Neuter Woodlands

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Spay and Neuter Woodlands for Dogs & Cats

Spay and Neuter - Emergency Veterinarian 242 Animal Hospital - Dogs Cats Vet Clinic The Woodlands Conroe Montgomery Willis - CAT & DOGSpay and Neuter Woodlands surgeries are routine procedures that we recommend for many of our cat and dog patients. In addition to helping to prevent unwanted animal pregnancies, spays and neuters can also be beneficial to the health of individual pets by preventing certain diseases.

Why Choose “242 Animal Hospital”?

When it comes to the health and happiness of your pets, the choice of a veterinary hospital matters. “242 Animal Hospital” boasts a team of experienced veterinarians and state-of-the-art facilities, ensuring that your pet receives the best care possible. Their commitment to excellence sets them apart in the Woodlands community.

At 242 Animal Hospital, our doctors and staff regularly perform Spay and Neuter Woodlands under the safest possible conditions, with protocols in place to increase our patients’ comfort and ensure a smooth recovery. If you have concerns about spaying or neutering your pet, you can consult with our team to find out if it’s the healthiest and safest option for them.

Emergency Veterinarian 242 Animal Hospital - Dogs Cats Vet Clinic The Woodlands Conroe Montgomery Willis - CAT & DOGContact us at (936) 320-0080 to schedule a consultation or book your pet’s spay/neuter appointment.

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What Spay and Neuter Woodlands Surgeries Can Do for Pet Health

How can your pet benefit personally from being spayed or neutered? Both dogs and cats might be able to expect a healthier and longer life due in part to their procedure.

  • Spaying and neutering can reduce the risk in dogs and cats for certain cancers, including mammary gland tumors, prostate and testicular cancer (males), and ovarian and uterine cancers (females)
  • Spaying prevents females from ever having another heat cycle
  • Males are much less likely to engage in disruptive behaviors such as urine spraying, mounting, vocalizing, and roaming

When to Spay or Neuter Your Pet

The time to spay/neuter your pet depends on their health, breed, and size. Extra-large and giant dog breeds, such as Great Danes and Newfoundlands, should wait until they are about a year old. Cats and small and medium-sized dogs can usually be spayed or neutered around 6 months. You’ll need to speak with your veterinarian to find out for sure when your pet will be ready for their surgery.

To schedule an appointment, call (936) 320-0080. We’ll be happy to answer all your questions!

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CLINIC HOURS:

MONDAY:  8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
TUESDAY: CLOSED
WEDNESDAY: CLOSED
THURSDAY: CLOSED
FRIDAY: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
SATURDAY: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
SUNDAY: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

After hours appointments available by request