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Spay Special Month

Throughout the month of March, the Animal Veterinary Hospital of Orlando will be offering our canine and feline spay (ovariohysterectomy) procedure at a discounted price. Spaying is a surgical procedure involving general anesthetic and sterile operating technique. The surgery consists of removal of both ovaries and the uterus. Pre-surgical pain medication will be administered prior to the surgery to help reduce discomfort as the animal recovers from the procedure. Pre-anesthetic blood-work will be performed on your pet prior to the anesthetic procedure to insure their major organs are working properly. Additionally, your pet will be connected to our state of the art monitoring system during the procedure. This machine will track vital signs such as pulse, respirations, aortic blood flow, CO2 levels, and core body temperature. Our surgical patients are usually returned to their owners on the same day as the procedure, preventing any unnecessary stress to both the owner as well as the pet from them not being home together that first night after surgery.  Although there may be slight discomfort for one or two days following surgery, recovery is rapid in most cases.  All surgery patients are to be kept calm and quiet for the 10 days after surgery, to allow for proper healing and to prevent any additional discomfort.


Some of the reasons to have your pet neutered include:

1. Decreased sexual instincts

2. Eliminates the possibility of pregnancy

3. No more “heat” cycles

4. Prevents the development of uterine disease such as pyometra or uterine cancer

5. Eliminated the chance of developing ovarian cancer

6. Decreases or eliminates the possibility of mammary cancer

7. Population control


Our goal here at Animal Veterinary Hospital of Orlando is to improve and educate our clients on the best overall health care of your pet. We are passionate, caring, and understanding of your pets needs and strive to accommodate our patients to the fullest professional service.

Call us to today at 407-855-7387 to schedule your pet’s surgical procedure.


Check back in April to learn about our Neuter special.

At Animal Veterinary Hospital of Orlando, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Bruce Bogoslavsky
Orlando Veterinarian | Animal Veterinary Hospital of Orlando | (407) 855-7387

1320 West Oak Ridge Road
Orlando, FL 32809