Reproductive Services for Small Animals in Vancouver

When someone finds the puppy or kitten that's right for them, you can't help but smile. If your pet is pregnant or you're interested in helping others find their next family member by becoming a breeder, it's vital to find a veterinary group that will be there for you and your pet. At Marine and Fraser Veterinary Clinic, we offer the array of reproductive services for small animals you need to protect your pet throughout pregnancy. Our team also offers advanced spaying and neutering services if you're looking to prevent your pet's pregnancy.

We are proud to protect the reproductive health of the pets of Vancouver and the surrounding areas. Our vet cares about your furry friend and helps them feel calm and happy during their visit. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.


Does My Small Animal Need Reproductive Services?

Small pets often require reproductive services to safeguard their overall health, just like larger pets. Our team is passionate about offering the services your pet needs to enjoy a healthy life, regardless of if you choose to breed them or decide to have them spayed or neutered. Depending on your pet's circumstances, we will thoroughly examine your pet's reproductive health, regardless of if it's before, during, or after pregnancy. Our team always wants you to be aware of their health situation so you feel empowered to help them even when you're at home.

Animal Ultrasounds in Vancouver: If your pet is pregnant, or you suspect they're pregnant, then our ultrasound service is a great way to verify the current state of your pet's gestation. We can use ultrasound to check the litter's health and identify any possible complications. Ultrasound is also used as a diagnostic tool to identify other health issues that your pet may face.

Complicated Live Births: Every time your pet gives birth will be different, regardless of how many times your pet has given birth. When complications arise before or during the birthing process, it's important to have a veterinary team who can help. Whether you have scheduled an appointment with us or you're facing an emergency, you can rely on our team to provide the expert medical attention your pet needs when they're giving birth.

Cesarian Section: There are times when pets, just like people, require a C-section. While certain breeds more often require a cesarian section, such as bulldogs and some terriers, to enjoy safely giving birth, your pet may need this procedure if they face complications leading up to or during the birthing process. We offer safe and effective C-sections for your pet, and we use a laser after the surgery to promote faster healing.

Insemination: If you would like to have your pet inseminated, we offer surgical and non-surgical artificial insemination. Our team performs a gentle, thorough exam of your pet to determine which procedure would be the most effective and discuss the results with you so you can make an informed decision regarding the treatment for your pet.

Spay and Neuter: We are dedicated to your pet's health, which is why we offer spay and neutering services. These procedures prevent unwanted pregnancy, but they also prevent certain kinds of cancer and safeguard your pet's overall health. Our compassionate team will take the time to talk with you and discuss your concerns so you are empowered with the information you need to keep your pet healthy.

Reproductive Services for Small Animals FAQS

Your pet is part of your family, and we understand that you will want to fully understand what our treatment options entail before selecting one for your pet. We encourage you to ask questions, and we are happy to provide the answers and information you need to feel confident in your pet's reproductive treatment plan. Here are some of the most common questions we receive about our reproductive services for small animals.

Is my pet a small animal?

Many pets have a diverse range of sizes, even within specific breeds. There are large or full-size dogs and cats, as well as medium, miniature, and teacup sizes. If your pet weighs 25 pounds or less, it is generally considered a small pet.

This depends on the gender and type of pet you have. However, most pets should not be bred until they are older than a year. Our friendly team will discuss the specifics of your pet with you and provide the information and tips you need to breed your pet safely.

This depends on the type of pet you have and whether or not you have a space that is set aside and sanitized properly to protect your pet and their litter's health. We will discuss the requirements for safe birthing and if your pet is eligible for at-home delivery.

Reproductive Services for Small Pets in Vancouver

Choosing to protect your small pet's reproductive health is an important decision. At Marine and Fraser Veterinary Clinic, we offer the services you and your small pet need to safely bring new life into the world or prevent pregnancy altogether. From standard ultrasound check-ups and emergency visits to spaying and neutering, you can rely on our advanced team to be there for you and your pet. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.


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Our Clinic is located at the corner of South East Marine drive and Fraser Street. We have plenty of underground free parking spaces for 2 hrs. which have entrance located at Fraser Street. Free parking is also available at Chester Street

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