Neutering for Dogs in Swansea

Spay (Females) for Dogs in Swansea

We would recommend spaying a bitch ideally 3 months after their first season. Spaying involves removing both ovaries and the uterus and is performed under general anaesthesia. After the operation they need to be kept as quiet as possible, lead exercise only with no jumping, running, ball games for at least a week.

Castrate (Males) for Dogs in Swansea

Male dogs can be castrated from 6 months of age provided both testicles have dropped. Both testicles are removed under general anaesthetic. After the operation they need to be kept as quiet as possible, lead exercise only with no jumping, running, ball games for at least a week.

We do not charge for post op checks ups unless the animal needs further drugs.

dog neutering in Swansea

Swansea Veterinary Surgery

2 Bryn-y-mor Rd, Gowerton,
Swansea, SA4 3EZ

01792 879822
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Opening Times

    • Open Surgery   9am - 10am
    • Appointments   2pm - 4.00pm
    • Open Surgery  5pm - 6.45pm
    • Open Surgery  9am - 11am

Llanelli Veterinary Surgery

154c Sandy Road,
Llanelli, SA15 4DP

01554 773943
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Opening Times

    • Open Surgery   9am - 10am
    • Appointments   2pm - 4.45pm
    • Open Surgery  5pm - 6.30pm
    • Open Surgery  9am - 11am

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