A routine surgery performed by our qualified veterinarians to remove a pet’s reproductive organs in order to prevent breeding. In males this is called castration and in females it is called speying. It is a day procedure meaning you can drop your pet off between 8:00 and 8:30am and pick them up in the afternoon between 4:30 and 5:30pm. Here are Narwee we provide desexing procedures for cats, dogs, rabbits and ferrets.
Narwee Vet is also a part of the National Desexing Network (NDN) who offer discounted desexing prices to those in genuine financial need. To find out if you qualify please head to their website.
Why have your pet desexed?
- Prevention of mammary cancer, uterine infections and false pregnancies for females.
- Prevention of testicular cancer in males
- Desexed animals are also less likely to show aggressive behaviour than undesexed animals.
- Reduces scent marking
- Reduced registration fees
At what age can your pet be desexed?
At our clinic the minimum age for cats and dogs is 5-6 months for both male and females. For rabbits, females are also desexed at 5-6 months but male rabbits can be fixed from 3 months of age.