WHAT DOES SPAY AND NEUTER REALLY MEAN?
Female dogs and cats are spayed by removing their uterus and ovaries, and male dogs and cats are neutered by removing their testicles
HOW CAN YOU CHARGE SO LITTLE?
Spay Oklahoma is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping control pet overpopulation. As such, the organization seeks donations and grants from supporters, including individuals and foundations, which help subsidize the total cost of operation.
HOW LONG DO THEY HAVE TO STAY IN THE CLINIC?
Pets are brought to the clinic in the morning and return home by late afternoon. What is the recovery time? Most pets will be doing well within 48 hours following surgery. Pet owners receive instructions regarding food, water, housing, and exercise for the best outcome following surgery.
CAN ANIMAL ORGANIZATIONS USE SPAY OKLAHOMA?
Yes, humane organizations throughout the area can make arrangements to use the clinic to spay and neuter their animals before being placed for adoption, or they may refer adopting families who meet income guidelines to the clinic.
WHO CAN USE SPAY OKLAHOMA SERVICES?
We aim to reach individuals and families who cannot access veterinary care for their pets, whose pets are at risk of unwanted pregnancy and reproduction, and who will use these veterinary services when available at a reduced cost.
WHO PERFORMS SURGERIES?
All veterinarians performing surgery at Spay Oklahoma’s clinic are licensed and practicing in Oklahoma and have experience in the use of safe procedures for spaying and neutering dogs and cats.
WILL THE SURGERY BE PAINFUL FOR MY PET?
Modern veterinary procedures and anesthetics offer no pain during the surgery and only moderate discomfort afterward. Your pet will be up and about after 24 hours and will resume regular activity within about 48 hours. Most animals recover and heal much faster than people do.
HOW EARLY CAN I HAVE MY PET SPAYED OR NEUTERED?
In cooperation with humane and animal interest groups, modern veterinary medicine offers spays and neuters to pets as early as eight weeks. Most studies have concluded so far that there are no ill or developmental effects from this early procedure. And some owners adopting pets from shelters (small puppies and kittens) can now adopt altered animals and not have to worry about the procedure if possible; it is best to alter females before their first heat cycle.
WILL MY PETS PERSONALITY CHANGE?
If anything, the personality of your pet will change for the better. Females are more docile and affectionate, and males are less likely to be aggressive or want to roam.
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