Spay/Neuter Form

Save time at your pet’s surgery! Complete your required spay/neuter form online from any device before your visit.

Spay/Neuter Form

Please fill out this form as completely and accurately as possible so we can get to know you and your pet(s) before your visit.

Take Home Instructions for Spay or Neuter



  • Outdoor pets should be kept indoors for 7-10 days after surgery.
  • Dogs should be kept on a leash when taken outside to use the bathroom.
  • Encourage your pet to “take it easy” for 7-10 days; no rough play.
  • E-collar must be worn for 7-10 days; do not allow your pet to lick or chew at the surgical site.
  • Check your pet’s incision daily for any changes, such as redness, swelling, bleeding, or discharge.
  • Your pet may be reluctant to eat the night after anesthesia; this is normal. Offer about half the normal amount of food. If your pet vomits, remove the food and water bowl for 4 hours, then try again with smaller amounts. If your pet continues to vomit, call us at the clinic.
  • Keep your pet dry for 7-10 days; no baths, swimming, etc.
  • Your pet’s sutures are internal (unless otherwise stated) and will dissolve over time.
  • If your pet had an IV catheter, the bandage may be removed in 1-2 hours.
  • Spaying and neutering may lower your pet’s metabolism; they may need less food to prevent obesity

Please notify us if your pet:

  • Is vomiting or still reluctant to eat 12+ hours after being picked up.
  • Becomes depressed or lethargic.
  • Has blood in their urine.
  • Chews or damages the incision.

Please call us at (435) 635-4033 with any questions or concerns.