Spay & Neuter Services

Spay & Neuter

Hannah supports responsible Pet Parenting which includes OVH (ovariohysterectomy; commonly referred to as “spaying”) and neutering. Aside from helping to solve the Pet overpopulation problem, there are many health benefits associated with sterilizing your Pet.

Hannah's Total Lifetime Care™ covers spaying and neutering services, including*:

  • Surgery
  • Anesthesia
  • Hospitalization
  • Patient Monitoring
  • Pain Monitoring & Medication
  • At-Home Care Instructions
  • 24/7 PetNurse Line
Hannah the Pet Society offers Spay and Neuter Veterinarian Services

Spaying Your Pet

Spaying reduces the risk of breast cancer and uterine disease. Having a female dog spayed before her first heat cycle significantly decreases her chances of developing mammary cancer (after the first heat, if not spayed, the risk climbs to 7% and after the second heat, the risk further climbs to 25%).

Neutering Your Pet

Neutering helps prevent both prostate inflammation (prostatitis) and enlargement (hyperplasia) which can occur with aging. Other neutering health benefits include the prevention of certain types of hernias and tumors, and reducing certain behavioral problems. Ideally, this surgery should be performed before sexual maturity at or around six months of age.

* Spay & neutering services will be provided only at Hannah or Hannah approved facilities. All spay & neutering costs are included with a Healthy Start Plan™. Additional charges may apply for Pets over 1 year old.

What Hannah Members Say

Nearly two weeks ago I took my dog to another clinic and she was diagnosed with Pyometra and I was told she would die that day without surgery. I couldn't afford the $3,800 they wanted. . . A week later and my fur baby was still alive and fighting. Finally I ran across Hannah. . . From the moment I walked in with my insanely thin and ill dog, I was treated with respect and compassion. They didn't hesitate to take care of my fur baby, blood work, X-ray, IV with fluids before I even gave them payment information. My dog is alive, back home, after days of surgery and hospital care, for a fraction of the cost the other vet wanted, and payments spread over the next 12-months. I also, now, will never have to experience this again because for my monthly fee and membership my dog will have great veterinarian care for the rest of her life, no matter what financial obstacles are thrown at me. . .

Jennifer H. June 2016