posted 1 year ago
If you can not afford anything more than 100$ go to Paaws. If you can afford it drive to a vet outside of the city. SERIOUSLY. All of these positive comments are from volunteers and pro fixing people. It is great to fix your pet but go somewhere that doesn't work on your pet in an assembly line. That is how these places do it. At an actual vet practice your pet is the one concentrated on; not amongst 10 other pets. My dog has just started to show problems with incontinence 3 weeks after surgery. Of ALL the pets I have had (most male dogs) fixed I have never had this problem. I will never advocate for a charity organization for fixing a pet. I would rather drive 50 miles to go to a good affordable vet than go back to this place.
Cons: post surgery effect
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