Desexing your pet
Coreen Ave Veterinary Clinic and Western Sydney Cat Hospital routinely perform desexing procedures for dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits and guinea pigs.
Appointments are required for this surgical procedure which is performed Monday to Friday. Desexing is an effective way to prevent unwanted pregnancies, health issues and behavioural problems.
We recommend desexing dogs and cats at 5-6 months of age, as young animals are more likely to recover quickly from the anaesthetic. Desexing surgery is a day procedure and all pets are discharged from the hospital with pain relief. If your pet is not microchipped we can arrange this at the same time and assist you with the paperwork required for registering your pet with local council.