Pet Neutering

Pet Neutering

Pet Neutering

Pet neutering is important for all your pets, be it a rabbit to a cat or a dog, it is in the animal’s best health interest to be neutered. Pet neutering will remove the risk of unwanted pregnancies and prevent some diseases such as cancer and many other risks associated with the reproductive organs.

Pet neutering is a routine surgical procedure, that is carried out by most veterinary practices.

Rabbit neutering

Neutering your pet rabbit can help to reduce aggression and prevent diseases and unwanted pregnancies.

Cat Neutering

Neutering your pet cat is a simple procedure and will calm your cat down and reduce any unwanted pregnancies.

Ferret Neutering

Neutering your ferret is vital, for female ferret’s lack of male attention during their cycle can be fatal.

Dog neutering

Neutering your dog can help prevent unwanted puppies, it can help curb aggressive behavior and prevent many dangerous diseases.

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The pet neutering procedure

Most veterinary practices will offer pet neutering, it is a straightforward procedure, and most animals will be back at home with you after just a few hours, at the very latest the same day.

Prices for pet neutering

Prices vary from vet to vet, but we would suggest when booking your pet neutering procedure, you go for the vet you trust not just the cheapest. You want your pet to be in safe hands and know that they will be well looked after. Most vets will include a follow-up appointment within the price of the pet neutering so you can ensure that your pet is well looked after aftercare-wise as well as during the procedure.


Dog Neutering

Dog Neutering

Dog neutering is one of the most responsible things you can do as a dog owner, it obviously prevents unwanted pregnancies but also it can help prevent many diseases such as cancer in the prostate and testicles, it can also prevent infections such as uterine infections and breast tumors.

For dog neutering the best age to neuter a dog is between six and nine months old, it can be carried out sooner or later than that but that is the most common age for it to be carried out.

The dog neutering procedure

Dog neutering is an operation that must be carried out by a professional veterinary surgeon, and your dog will usually be out of the veterinary practice the same day, when he is home with you he may feel slight discomfort and may need a bit of extra TLC for the next few days but normally after a week a dog will be back to normal. Your dog may feel a bit sorry for himself so may need lots of extra cuddles and fuss from you but your dog should be absolutely fine after a few days.

The dog must avoid licking the wound after the operation

After dog neutering, you need to try and discourage your dog from licking its wound as this can lead to infection and reopening the stitches, if this does happen call your vet immediately.

Various vets will charge different prices for dog neutering but it is important that you choose a vet that you trust and has a good reputation, you want to know your dog is in safe hands and will be well looked after. Try and choose the one with a good reputation rather than one that is the cheapest.

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Incident Management

incident managementIncident management within the workplace is a necessity. It is a term that describes the activities of an organization to identify, analyse and correct hazards to prevent future reoccurrence. The first goal of the incident management process is to restore normal working service as quickly as possible and then to analyse what could have caused the incident to prevent this from happening again.

There are hundreds of incidents that can happen within the workplace that is why it is so important for every business to take precautions and have a procedure in place for when these do occur, even the best-prepared company can still fall victim to incidents within the workplace. Employer’s liability insurance must be taken out and all incidents must be recorded accurately.

Incidents must then be liaised to all individual members of staff and done so within a short timescale. A quick and easy way to do this is by sending a corporate email to all members of staff or by holding a corporate meeting. However, if you have members of staff offsite or within different offices at one time new technology can send notifications to a mobile device via an incident management application. Whichever form of communication a company chooses it must be done so promptly to ensure all members of staff are aware of the incident. Failure to communicate could result in the incident re-occurring and could be deemed as bad management, which is something an organization will always try to avoid.

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