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Casillas Veterinary Hospitals

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2437 W Whittier Blvd
Montebello, CA 90640
Phone: (323) 726-1525

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Spaying and Neutering with Your Montebello, East Los Angeles, and Lynwood Veterinarian

Spaying and neutering involved removal of the reproductive organs from intact animals. This means they will no longer be affected by the hormones that regulate their ability to produce offspring. Spaying involves making an incision in the female animals abdomen and removing the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. Neutering is done through an incision in the scrotum, through which the testes are removed. At Casillas Veterinary Hospitals, we have extensive experience in doing spay and neuter procedures and can ensure the health and safety of your cat or dog during the process.

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How Spaying and Neutering Benefits Your Pet

Animals that are spayed or neutered are less likely to escape from the home looking for mates. Male cats are less likely to “spray to mark their territory, which can be a smelly problem in your home. Female animals will not bleed during their hormonal cycles, which presents a housekeeping problem. Spayed females will not develop ovarian or uterine cancers. Male animals that are neutered will not develop testicular cancer. The risk of urinary infections is also lower in spayed and neutered animals. And most importantly, these animals will not breed more unwanted pets that must be euthanized by local animal control agencies, which puts more cost on communities. For these reasons, veterinary experts recommend spaying or neutering for all animals that are not exclusively being kept exclusively for breeding.

Recovery From Spaying and Neutering Procedures

Generally, animals have little trouble recovering from spaying or neutering. They may be groggy for a few hours after coming home from the hospital but quickly bounce back to their normal behavior. It is important for pet owners to monitor the incision site to ensure it is kept clean and to prevent the animal from licking or disturbing the area that is healing. If any redness or infection develops, your vet can provide additional treatment to resolve the problem.

Contact Casillas Veterinary Hospitals For Spaying and Neutering Services

Dr. Casillas, Dr. Castillo and the trained staff at Casillas Veterinary Hospitals provide comprehensive veterinary services for their patients. We offer veterinary care at three locations, in Lynwood, Montebello and East Los Angeles, to make it easy for your pets to receive the preventive care they need. We will be happy to address any concerns you have regarding spaying and neutering of your pet. Call Casillas Veterinary Hospitals today at 323-215-1810 for an appointment at one of our three convenient locations to discuss the benefits of spaying and neutering for your pet.

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Casillas Veterinary Hospitals
2437 W Whittier Blvd
Montebello, CA 90640
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  • Phone: (323) 726-1525
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DayMorningAfternoon
Monday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Tuesday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Wednesday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Thursday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Friday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Saturday9:00am5:00pm
Sunday9am-12pm1pm-4pm


East Los Angeles Dog and Cat Hospital
5655 Whittier Blvd
East Los Angeles, CA 90022
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  • Phone: 323-721-2244

Day Morning Afternoon
Monday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Tuesday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Wednesday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Thursday 8am-12pm Closed
Friday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Saturday 9am-12pm Closed
Sunday Closed Closed


Lynwood Dog and Cat Hospital
10300 Long Beach Blvd
Lynwood, CA 90262
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  • Phone: 323-566-4177

Day Morning Afternoon
Monday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Tuesday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Wednesday 9am-12pm Closed
Thursday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Friday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Saturday 9am-12pm Closed
Sunday Closed Closed


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