Surgery

Desexing

Desexing has lots of benefits for you and your pet. We know that you want the absolute best for your furry friend so we offer a range of additional services alongside the desexing procedure to keep your pet feeling comfortable.

Our experienced team will walk you through the entire pre, during, and post-surgery process. When booking in your pet’s surgery, keep in mind that they can’t get wet for 10 to 14 days after surgery and that they may feel sick or irritable for those two weeks.

The price of desexing surgery ranges from $60 to $500 based on the species, gender, age, and size of your pet. Contact us for an exact quote.

Why desex your pet?

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Prevent unwanted litters

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Prevent cancers and diseases of the reproductive tract

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Reduce behavioural problems

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Reduce aggression towards humans and other animals

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Reduce roaming and escaping (especially in males during breeding season)

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Receive a discount on council registration fees

What we do differently:

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Pre-anaesthetic blood testing to ensure your pet is fit for anaesthetic

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Fluid therapy to replace the fluids and electrolytes lost during surgery

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Additional pain relief is available after the procedure to keep your pet comfortable

Dental

Did you know that 80% of dogs and 70% of cats suffer from some form of dental disease by the time they turn three?

Like humans, pets are vulnerable to gum disease and dental problems. If you’re concerned about your pet’s teeth, bring them in for a thorough clean and scale to remove the buildup of tartar, plaque and have problem teeth removed.

Our clinic has state-of-the-art dental equipment, and we perform our procedures while your pet is under anaesthetic for the most thorough and detailed exam possible.

Orthopaedic & Soft Tissue Procedures

Dealing with a sick or injured pet can be stressful, so getting your furry friend back on their feet is our top priority.

Our vets are highly experienced and our practice is fully equipped with a surgical suite so we can perform a wide range of orthopaedic and soft tissue surgical procedures.

Orthopaedic procedures include:

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Fracture repairs

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Ligament repairs

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Spinal surgery

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Amputations for severe injuries or bone cancer cases

Soft tissue procedures may include:

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Caesareans

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Lump removals

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Biopsies

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Wound stitch-ups