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Cat and Dog Spaying and Neutering in Voorhees

Play your part in helping to reduce the strain on local animal shelters, curb problematic behaviors, and reduce the risk of your pet developing certain cancers with spay and neuter procedures at Voorhees Veterinary Center.

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Reproductive Surgery for Pets in Voorhees

Both spaying and neutering are surgical procedures used to sterilize dogs, cats and other animals. These surgeries, which are performed while the pet is under general anesthesia, are considered safe and are two of the most common surgeries performed at veterinary clinics across the United States.

At Voorhees Veterinary Center, we understand how important it is to have your pet spayed or neutered. These routine procedures stop unwanted litters from being born, leading to less unwanted dogs and cats in the community. Not only that, these surgeries help pets live longer, healthier lives.

By having your companion spayed or neutered, you are significantly reducing their risk of developing certain types of infections and cancers. Additionally, spaying and neutering can help reduce behavioral problems such as aggression and roaming that can lead to your pet getting injured.

We have strict surgical protocols in place to ensure safe and successful surgeries. These include pre-operative diagnostic testing and pain management and monitoring during and after the procedure. We do everything we can to ensure your dog or cat is a safe, and comfortable as possible every step along the way.

Spay and Neutering For Pets

Establishing Low-cost Spay & Neuter Programs in New Jersey

Dr. Rosenberg, our founder, had a long-time association with the Humane Society of The United States, a relationship that began with his father. This relationship was instrumental in establishing the current New Jersey low-cost spay and neuter program.

What Is Spaying?

Spaying is the surgical procedure performed on female animals. Technically known as an ovariohysterectomy, spaying removes a female's reproductive organs. 

What Is Neutering?

Neutering, or orchiectomy, involves the removal of the testicles from male pets and is considered a simpler surgery than a spay. 

The Benefits of Spay & Neuter Procedures 

Not only do spay and neuters help keep the puppy and kitten population down, and prevent unwanted cats or dogs from ending up on the street, they have a number of other benefits too.

Spaying & Neutering FAQs

Are you considering spaying or neutering your four-legged friend but still have some unanswered questions? Read through the answers to our most frequently asked questions about spaying and neutering at Voorhees Veterinary Center to learn more about what you can expect.

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