Spay & Neuter In Herndon
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Spay & Neuter In Herndon
Welcome to Herndon Animal Medical Center veterinary practice, where we provide spay and neuter services for pets. Kristan Gutowski invites you to learn more about the spay/neuter services we provide so that you can take this important step in your pet's health and wellness.
We provide spay and neuter services for cats and dogs. Not only do these services address the animal overpopulation problem by limiting pet reproduction, they have a range of health and wellness benefits for your pet too. Call now for an appointment!
- Wellness Care
- Pet Vaccinations
- Pet Dentistry
- Digital Radiology
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Weight Management
- Behavioral Counseling
- Geriatric Medicine
- Nutritional Counseling
- Online Retail Store
- Mobile House Calls
720 Jackson Street, Herndon, VA 20170
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Why Spay & Neuter is Essential
Spayed female pets face a reduced risk of certain cancers, will not go into heat and attract unwanted attention from male pets, and can live a longer life. An unsprayed female dog who is in heat can be a real nuisance for the whole family. Neutered male pets will be more affectionate, less aggressive, and less likely to get testicular cancer. They can live longer as a result of neutering services as well. Without neutering, male pets can be distant and may be aggressive with other pets or with family members. Protect your family’s and your pet's health by scheduling this routine procedure with our Herndon veterinary practice!
Spaying and neutering your pets is a responsible practice for all pet owners. It sets a good example for children while reducing the amount of stray pets in your community. Strays can be physically destructive and may become violent if provoked. They pose a community hazard, and the easiest way to make your community safer is to spay or neuter your pets.
Our patients often ask when they should schedule an appointment for spaying or neutering cats and dogs. As a general rule, we recommend that you spay or neuter pets at the age of six months to have the most health benefits. Pets who are older than 6 months can be spayed/neutered; however, younger pets should wait until the 6 month mark to have the surgery.
Our Veterinary Care Philosophy
At our Herndon Animal Medical Center veterinary practice, we love animals and want to do everything we can to keep your pets healthy and happy. From routine services including spay/neuter and wellness exams through pet behavioral or nutritional counseling, we strive to help your pet feel safe and comfortable while responding to any questions you have.
We want you to feel welcome at our veterinary practice. If you ever have a question about a service, simply contact us at 703-435-8777 and we would be happy to discuss more.
Would you like to set up an appointment for spay or neuter services? Simply call our reception staff or complete the online appointment form to set up an appointment at your earliest convenience.