Routine surgeries can do much to maintain your pet’s health in the medium to long term. For example, pets that are spayed or neutered generally have a longer life-expectancy than those that do not. And, of course, some routine surgeries are there to prevent nasty mishaps later on. For instance, removing dew-claws can prevent painful injuries. We will never recommend routine surgeries that will not benefit your pet, and you may be sure that we will use the latest methods in order to minimize the impact of surgery and help your pet recover quickly afterwards.