1220 northeast 26th street | fort lauderdale, florida 33305

monday - friday- 7:30am - 6:00pm
saturday- 7:30am - 5:00pm
sunday- closed
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The staff is always very sweet...always tells me my dogs are the best!!! Which to me is a good feeling, the quick service is wonderful!!! Love this office. – Dianna M.

Pet Spay and Neuter

We’re Committed to Spay and Neuter Services

At Arbor Pet Hospital, we care about the Fort Lauderdale community along with the entire pet population. That’s why we’re committed to making our spay and neuter services accessible, friendly and professional. Millions of otherwise healthy pets are euthanized every year in animal shelters. By getting your loving companion spayed or neutered, you’ll avoid contributing to the pet homelessness epidemic. Plus, your pet will reap many behavioral and medical benefits.

Lengthen and Increase the Quality of their Lives

Perhaps one of the best investments you can make towards the life of your pet is getting them spayed or neutered. You’ll avoid the costs of caring for litters from unwanted pregnancies and you may not have to deal with things like cancer, tumors and cysts. The benefits of pet spay and neuter could help your furry friend live a longer, happier life. The drawbacks to not getting them spayed or neutered include:

Pet Spay and Neuter

Strong Roots for Experienced Care

Arbor Pet Hospital has served the Fort Lauderdale area for nearly six decades. You’ll feel at ease knowing our experienced, professional staff will keep your pet safe and cared for during a spay or neuter procedure. They’re closely monitored throughout the surgery using specialized equipment to closey monitor their temperature, heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen level. Pain management is administered to every patient to help keep them comfortable after surgery at Arbor and we'll go over detailed care instructions before bringing your loved one home. Call us at (954)565-1896 to schedule your pet spay and neuter service today!

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