World Spay Day
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Today is #WorldSpayDay highlighting the importance of getting your pets neutered, spayed, or castrated.
Although referred to in different ways, they all essentially mean the same thing. Spay is typically used to refer to females, castrate for males, and neutering as a general term.
The process is a simple surgical procedure administrated by a vet that removes the reproductive organs and declares a pet/horse to be sterile.
This has several benefits for both you and your pets & horses. It is a relatively short procedure (always done under general anaesthetic) with a brief recovery period afterwards, but it has lifelong benefits.
Pets & horses will live a longer and healthier life through various health benefits of the procedure, as well as you doing your part to prevent overpopulation.
If you wish to chat to the team about spaying, neutering or castrating your small pets or horses, give the team a call on 01653 618303.