Locations

Dyas

2 Dyas Road
Kingstanding
Birmingham
B44 8SF

Tel: 0121 377 7215
Fax: 0121 373 1438

dyas@valuevets.com

Kings Heath

304 Vicarage Road
Kings Heath
Birmingham
B14 7NH

Tel: 0121 444 4154
Fax: 0121 444 8955

kingsheath@valuevets.com

Lazy Hill

21 Anchor Road
Aldridge
West Midlands
WS9 8PT

Tel: 01922 456 236
Fax: 01922 744 383

lazyhill@valuevets.com

New Hall

215A Walmley Road
Sutton Coldfield
West Midlands
B76 2PP

Tel: 0121 313 1919
Fax: 0121 313 1315

newhall@valuevets.com

Stone Cross

261 Walsall Road
Stone Cross
West Bromwich
B71 3HR

Tel: 0121 588 6451
Fax: 0121 567 5001

stonecross@valuevets.com

Sutton Park

343A Jockey Road
Sutton Coldfield
West Midlands
B73 5XD

Tel: 0121 354 4949
Fax: 0121 355 6202

suttonpark@valuevets.com

Valley

11a Bowstoke Road
Great Barr
Birmingham
B43 5EB

Tel: 0121 357 4600
Fax: 0121 358 4630

valley@valuevets.com

West Bromwich

130 Lodge Road
West Bromwich
West Midlands
B70 8PL

Tel: 0121 553 0070
Fax: 0121 553 1330

westbromwich@valuevets.com

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Neutering

Male dogs are generally neutered between 6 and 10 months of age to reduce aggressive and roaming behaviour. As dogs are living longer we are seeing more cases of prostatic problems and testicular tumours, and as neutering alleviates both conditions we advocate this operation at any age to reduce the risk of these life limiting illnesses.

Female dogs are generally spayed either before (6 to 10 months) or after (12 to 15 months) their first season. The operation, while alleviating the inconvenience of seasons, phantom pregnancies and as contraception, is principally advocated as a means of reducing the potential for the development of mammary cancer and to remove the risk of pyometra.

After neutering a dogs metabolic rate drops and they have a tendency to gain weight. Therefore it is important to monitor your dogs weight closely and if necessary consider feeding a low calorie / neutered diet and an increase in daily exercise.

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