Is it really necessary? Our vets recommend it for all pets and it’s best to do so when they’re about 6 months old. Desexing offers various health benefits such as reducing the risks of certain cancers, fatal infections and behaviour issues.
- Experienced and trained professionals
- Thoughtful aftercare services
- Medications to keep your pet comfy & happy
BENEFITS OF DESEXING
Reduced behavioural problems
Reduced prostate problems
of mammary cancer
Eliminates the risk
of fatal uterus infections
WHEN’S THE RIGHT TIME
Desexing is recommended for pets around 6 months of age but further assessment can be done based on your pet’s type & breed.
WHAT TO EXPECT
PRE-SURGERY QUOTATION CONSULT
Book a consultation online and our friendly customer service team will contact you within the day.
Your vet will share a step-by-step procedure and provide a cost estimate. Blood tests may be performed to ensure that anaesthetic drugs can be administered safely.
MEET OUR PROFESSIONALS
Say hello to our team of professionals with years of extensive training & experience in the field.
Dr. Martin Li
Dr. Natalie Chow
Dr. Jenny Chan
Senior Veterinary Surgeon
Dr. Isabella Luk
HEAR IT FROM OUR PAWRENTS
I recently had my puppy desexed at Creature Comforts. The team was incredibly knowledgeable and made sure to answer all of my questions before and after the procedure. My puppy came out of the surgery feeling great and was back to his normal self in no time. I highly recommend this service to all pet owners.
Client: Katy Cheung
"Honestly. I was a bit nervous about getting my cat desexed, but the team at Creature Comforts made the process so easy and stress-free. They took great care of my cat and even provided post-surgery tips and advice to ensure a smooth recovery. I am so grateful for their expertise and compassion."
Client : Jordan Kwok
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Frequently asked questions
Should I keep my new puppy or kitten in a cage or let them roam around the house to get more familiar with the new environment?A:
You should supervise your puppy or kitten at all times to ensure they dont eat anything they shouldnt, and to make sure they dont hurt themselves. If you are supervising them, they can be allowed to explore their new home!Q:
What is an SMDA test?A:
An SDMA test is a blood test that screen for kidney disease. Other kidney tests only detect reduced function once 70% of kidney function has already been lost, wheras SDMA can be elevated when only 30% of kidney function is lost.Q:
Do we have blood types for dogs and cats?A:
We have dog and cat blood at East Island Animal HospitalQ:
Why would an animal need a blood transfusion?