Pet Desexing

Desexing your pet is one way you can help keep them healthy and prevent the arrival of an unexpected litter of puppies or kittens.

If you are not planning on breeding with your pet, an unwanted pregnancy could come as an early shock if your pet is not desexed. Desexing your cat or dog is one way you can help to keep them healthy and prevent the arrival of an unexpected litter of puppies or kittens.

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The desex procedure is different for males and females and at Love That Pet we offer Australia’s most comprehensive desex plans. We guarantee you will not find a more comprehensive desex plan – we’ve designed it from the ground up to deliver truly amazing Care – because when it comes to your pet, that’s what they deserve. Find out what each of our desexing plans includes below:

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Frequently Asked Questions: Desexing

Are there other health benefits to getting my pet desexed?

Aside from preventing unwanted pregnancies, there are number of health benefits that go with desexing your pet and reducing the risk of:

  • Mammary cancer
  • Testicular cancer
  • Perianal adenomas
  • Urine infections

Desexing your cat or dog also reduces the risk of your pet roaming to mate and urine marking in males.
We love that people travel from all over Sydney to see us. We love the simple difference we can make in pets’ lives and keeping them happy, healthy and safe by desexing. Book in for a desex today to maintain optimum health and happiness and receive the best care from our team.

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