What Is A Laparocopy Spay?
A laparoscopic spay or neuter is an alternative to the traditional method. It is less invasive and allows faster recovery time.
In a laparoscopic spay, your female dog will have her ovaries removed with a camera and vessel-sealing device through a keyhole incision (ovariectomy).
What Are The Benefits Of A Keyhole Spay
The main benefits of a laparoscopic spay are less pain and a faster healing time than the traditional spay operation.
Smaller scar, faster to heal, less discomfort.
Decreased risk of postoperative complications.
Only the ovaries are removed, resulting in less postoperative tummy trauma.
Less discomfort and licking of the wound.
It is a safer and less invasive method of surgery.
When Do We Use Keyhole Surgery?
We offer keyhole surgery as an option when neutering your female pet. This is often the best choice as smaller incisions and fewer stitches mean that your pet should be back on her feet as soon as possible, experiencing less disruption and discomfort.
Keyhole surgery can also be used in a number of other surgeries.