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Albuquerque’s low cost pet surgery

Affordable pet surgery is Vetco’s specialty! We offer high quality and low-cost veterinary surgical services.  At Vetco we promise your pet will receive the absolute best care at our vet clinic and will be in and out as quick as possible with the least amount of discomfort as possible.

We offer:

  • Spay and Neuter
  • Declaw
  • Dental
  • Cherry Eye removal
  • Egg removal in lizards and birds
  • Others, please inquire

If you would like to know more about the surgical services we offer please contact us.

Spay and Neuter FAQ

Why should I spay or neuter?

There are 6-8 million homeless animals that go into animal shelters every year. By spaying or neutering your pet, you will ensure your pet’s potential offspring will not be one of those 6-8 million animals. Accidental pregnancy can happen when you least expect it. You may not realize that your dog is paying a visit to your neighbor’s dog through the fence. Spaying and neutering can help significantly reduce the number of homeless pets.  Plus, animals are miserable when they are in heat (ready to breed).

What happens if I don't spay or neuter?

Males may become more dominant or aggressive. They may mark their territory by urinating on things, like your furniture and walls. They may be more sexually demonstrative, like with mounting legs, pillows or other animals. For females, they may yowl or cry during heat.  They may have vaginal discharge that requires an estrus pad, similar to a menstrual pad. She may try to escape your house or backyard in order to breed.

Should I let my pet have a litter before I spay her?

No. There is no medical evidence that says it is better for your pet to have a litter before she is spayed.

Can I spay her while she is in heat?

Yes. Though it is better to wait until her cycle is finished. The surgery will be easier on her and have less risk of complication and infection.

How do I know if she is in heat?

She may experience behavioral changes, like being uneasy or distracted. For cats, they will often yowl. When presented with the opposite sex, they may present themselves for intercourse. You may also notice some vaginal discharge.

At what age will my cat go into heat?

Kittens go into heat by about 6 months.

At what age will my dog go into heat?

Dogs go into heat around 24 months. Some smaller breeds go into heat a little younger.

How long does heat last?

For cat’s it lasts 7-10 days. For dog’s it lasts about 18 days.

At what age can we spay or neuter?

You can generally spay or neuter as young as 2 months. It is generally recommended to get the procedure done before they are 6 months old. There are other factors besides age to take into consideration, like their size and weight, to determine when you can spay or neuter. For a more precise answer for your specific pet, please contact us.

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8200 Menaul Blvd NE #R Albuquerque, NM 87110 Phone: (505) 292-3030

Veterinarian Clinic Website: www.vetconm.com

Disclaimer

The information provided on this website is written by Vetco staff. All information is meant to be informational and is not meant as veterinary advice. If you have a health question regarding your pet, their treatment or anything concerning their veterinary care, please call Vetco to consult with a veterinarian.