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Pet Spay & Neutering in Houston, TX

Ensure your pet lives a healthy life with the help of our pet spay and neutering in Houston, TX. Bear Creek Animal Clinic has more than 35 years of experience in providing essential pet spaying and pet neutering services. Rely on our loving team of veterinarians and medical staff for dog spaying and neutering as well as cat spaying and neutering.

Animals benefit from these procedures in a variety of ways that not only make caring for them easier, but also improves their wellbeing. The earlier you bring in your dog or cat for neutering or spaying, the better. At our animal hospital, we are fully dedicated to providing you with the best service and your pet with top-quality care. We sincerely believe that all pets that are not part of breeding programs should be spayed or neutered to eliminate unexpected and unwanted pregnancies, as well as to give them a more fulfilling life with less medical complications.

Pet Spaying Helps Your Cat or Dog Live More Comfortably

Promote a happier life for your pet with cat and dog spaying from our team. Dog and cat spaying provides a variety of advantages. Your female pet will stop attracting males from other areas because she will stop emitting hormones. Female dogs will no longer produce discharge, and both species will stop yowling, crying, or urinating to attract mates. Regarding the health of your pet, spaying severely cuts their odds for developing breast cancer when the procedure is performed at a young age. There's also no chance of your cat or dog developing life-threatening uterine infections.

Pet Spay & Neutering in Houston, TX

Pet Neutering Resolves Behavioral Problems and More

Improve the behavior of your beloved pet with our cat and dog neutering services. Male pets who undergo pet neutering exhibit lower levels of aggression, especially toward other males. Male animals have a lesser likelihood of getting into a fight. This results in fewer instances of roaming and spraying in attempt to find a mate. Animals who have undergone dog or cat neutering also have no chance to develop testicular cancer.

Contact us to learn more about our pet spaying and neutering. We are proud to serve to Houston, Spring, Katy, The Woodlands, and Tomball, TX.

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