Safe & Efficient Spay and Neutering

When your precious furry loved ones receive a spay or neuter procedure, you're taking a responsible step as a pet owner. Reproductive surgery will promote your pet's health and well-being while also helping the animal community as a whole. At Gardenbrooke Veterinary Hospital, we are a group of compassionate, animal-loving veterinarians ready to provide safe and effective spay and neuter services. Our skilled veterinary team has a seasoned bedside manner, and our office is equipped with capable technology to ensure your pet experiences a stress-free process that excels in efficiency and accuracy.

We have been assisting the local animals of our beloved Brampton community with spay and neuter procedures for years. Spay and neutering surgeries can help to stabilize the animal community by dramatically reducing the number of homeless animals and the need for euthanasia every year. If your pets are ready for a thorough exam and effective surgery, we are here to provide the reliable services you need. Contact us today and schedule a free consultation!


What Is a Spay and Neuter Procedure?

Spaying and neutering are two standard veterinary procedures that end the possibility of your pet being able to reproduce. Advancements in modern technology and techniques make spaying and neutering safe and routine surgical procedures that will assist your pet's health and well-being in the long term.

Spaying is performed on female animals and involves surgically removing the uterus and ovaries to permanently halt the possibility of pregnancy. Neutering is performed on males and involves the removal of the testicles, which eliminates fertility entirely.

Why Should I Get My Pet Spay or Neutered?

The primary function of a spay and neuter procedure is commonly known by many pet owners, but few realize the other surprising advantages it can bring your furry friends. Here are some additional benefits to spaying or neutering your pet:

  • Decreasing aggressive behavior in male pets
  • Decreasing desire to roam and seek mates
  • Decreasing the risk of mammary gland tumors
  • Eliminating heat cycles, bleeding, and calling for a mate
  • Eliminating or reducing marking or spraying
  • Reducing the risk of ovarian and uterine cancers
  • Reducing the risk of prostate cancer and testicular cancer

Our Spay and Neutering Process

We start the process with a complimentary consultation and preliminary physical exam before scheduling surgery for a few days later. Our team performs spay and neutering procedures during the day and will have your pet ready to be picked up in the afternoon. On the day of surgery, we will run thorough blood tests to help ensure your pet is healthy enough to undergo anesthesia and is ready for a successful procedure. We'll also provide advice and instructions to help your pet enjoy a safe and comfortable recovery.

Spay and Neutering Services FAQs

We are pet owners, just like you, and we know you have questions and concerns about our process, the materials we use, and aftercare tips to assist their recovery process. Our friendly and knowledgeable veterinarians are happy to provide clear answers and help alleviate any concerns upon your arrival at our office. Some frequently asked questions regarding spay and neutering procedures include:

Will my pet become lethargic and gain weight after surgery?

We believe this is a common misconception. It's true that pets become more docile after this procedure, but with a proper diet, regular exercise, and an overall active lifestyle, your pet should retain a healthy weight after surgery.

Spay and neutering procedures are routine and safe, but any surgery comes with some risk factors, however unlikely. If your pet is older, overweight, or has unknown underlying health issues, there are associated risks with this procedure. This is why our skilled and compassionate veterinarians schedule an initial consultation to ensure they're ready for surgery.

It's common for your pet to experience increased discomfort for the following few days after surgery. We can prescribe pain medications if needed, but if your pet's incision has opened or you've noticed excessive swelling, redness, or discharge, don't hesitate to contact our office immediately. Here are some tips that you can follow to ease your pet's recovery period:

  • Your pet should do little to no running or jumping for the next few days
  • Make sure to examine the incision daily to ensure it's healing properly
  • Keep your pet confined from other animals, and allow them to have a quiet resting place
  • Prevent your pet from licking the surgical site by keeping an eye on them or using a cone
  • Wait at least ten days after surgery to bathe your pet

Reliable Brampton Spay and Neuter Clinic

At Gardenbrooke Veterinary Hospital, our hardworking and seasoned team is backed by modern technology and a compassion for helping any animal who walks through our doors. We are committed to providing precise spay and neuter services, promoting your pet's health and longevity while working to stabilize the local animal community in the process.

We look forward to welcoming you and your furry family members into our office and providing Brampton spay and neutering procedures delivered with gentle and respectful care. Contact our office today and schedule a free consultation!