Sterilisations

Why should I sterilise my pet?

According to the South African Veterinary Association, this ensures that there are no unwanted puppies or kittens. This also prevents animals from roaming the neighbourhood which would keep your pet safe and at home.

 

Every year thousands of unwanted dogs and cats, including puppies and kittens are needlessly destroyed. The good news is that every pet owner can make a difference. By having your dog or cat surgically sterilised, you will do your part to prevent the birth of unwanted puppies and kittens and you will enhance your pet’s health and quality of life.

 

For more information on why it is benificial to sterilise your pet, vist SAVA.

Preparing My Pet For Surgery

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    No food after 19h00 the night before surgery
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    No water after 22h00 the night before surgery
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    Drop your pet off at 07h20 the morning of the surgery
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    You will be contacted to let you know when to collect your pet. Usually from midday after surgery
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    You will be given pain meds which can be administered from the day after surgery
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    No walking your pet for at least 10 days after surgery
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    There will be a follow-up call the day after surgery to find out how your pet is doing

dogs

Male - Neuter / Castration

R 1230

Includes a microchip (optional)

Female - Spay (0 - 20kg)

R 1710

Includes a microchip (optional)

Female - Spay (21 - 40kg)

R 2020

Includes a microchip (optional)

Female - Spay (40kg+)

R 2460

Includes a microchip (optional)

cats

Male - Neuter / Castration

R 715

Includes a microchip (optional)

Female - Spay

R 1230

Includes a microchip (optional)

Sterilisations are done Mondays and Wednesdays by appointment only.