Pet Surgery, including Spaying & Neutering

Pet Surgery

At Happy Paws & Claws, we understand that your pet’s well-being is your top priority. When surgery is necessary, we’re here to provide the best possible care.

Our team of experienced veterinary surgeons utilizes cutting-edge facilities and equipment to perform a wide range of procedures. From routine spays and neuters to specialized surgeries for complex conditions, we offer the expertise to get your pet back on their paws.

Spaying & Neutering

Spaying and neutering are essential parts of responsible pet ownership. These surgeries offer significant health benefits for your furry companion, while also helping control pet homelessness in our community.


Spaying is the surgical sterilization of a female pet. It typically involves removing the ovaries and uterus, preventing pregnancy and eliminating heat cycles.


Neutering is the surgical sterilization of a male pet. It involves removing the testicles, preventing unwanted litters and reducing testosterone-related behaviors.

Pet Laser Surgery

While science fiction might depict futuristic surgery with laser scalpels, the state-of-the-art technology used in pet surgery today offers similar precision to promote your pet’s comfort during procedures.

Our clinic utilizes advanced laser technology to offer surgical procedures for your pet.  This laser acts like a precise scalpel and cauterizes (seals) tissue as it cuts.  This offers several advantages over traditional surgery, including:

  • Reduced bleeding: The laser seals blood vessels as it cuts, minimizing blood loss during surgery.
  • Less pain and swelling: Laser surgery minimizes tissue trauma, leading to less post-operative pain and swelling for your pet.
  • Lower infection risk: The cauterizing effect of the laser helps reduce the risk of infection after surgery.
  • Faster recovery times: Laser surgery often leads to faster healing and shorter recovery times for your pet.

Contact Happy Paws & Claws to schedule a consultation to discuss the benefits of spaying and neutering for your pet