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98-100 Yandilla Street, Pittsworth, QLD, 4356

pittsworth vet surgery phone details - Right Business Hours

07 4693 2233

pittsworth vet surgery emergency phone number right After Hours

0429 932 233

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This Winter we are offering our annual 20% off de-sexing’s for both dogs & cats from 1st June to 31st July. If it’s something you have been putting off then wait no longer!

ADVANTAGES OF DESEXING

  • Reduction in vet bills by reducing the following health conditions; testicular & prostate cancer, mammary cancer, uterine infection, caesareans, fight wounds & mastitis
  • Reduction in behavioural problems e.g. aggression, inappropriate urination, wandering.
  • No possibility of unwanted litters.
  • No longer dealing with on-heat issues with females including – bleeding, attracting stray male dogs & straying themselves.
  • Easier to train due to less hormonal distractions.

Studies have shown that different species/breeds should be desexed at different stages of adolescent life. Please do your research or discuss this topic with our staff before going ahead with desexing of your pet.

Call us on 46932233,
Book online www.pittsworthvetsurgery.com
OR come in and speak with one of our friendly staff.

Any additional information about de-sexing can be found on our website

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