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There have been several articles published in peer-reviewed journals (including the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association) over the last few years regarding possible negative effects of spaying and neutering on some dogs, especially when performed at young ages. For nearly 30 years, Drs. Sam and Annemarie Yoder have put their heart and soul into developing a great facility, hiring talented staff, and implementing the most up-to-date procedures. In addition to traditional spay and neuter, we are pleased to now offer the alternative sterilization procedures ovary-sparing spay and vasectomy, which allow the dog to remain hormonally intact, but removes the risk of unwanted pregnancy and the life-threatening uterine infection called pyometra (in female dogs).
We understand there are different needs for different dog breeds. All of our annual wellness visits are tailored to the breed and age of your dog so we will discuss your options at that time. Recommendations will be made based on your individual situation, your dog’s breed, and your personal preferences. We can help you learn how to manage heat cycles if you decide to allow your female dog to mature physically before spaying.
For sterilization of female dogs we offer:
For sterilization of male dogs, we offer:
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