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Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

Dogs and cats are domestic animals and naturally take to people, but unaltered pets are distracted by sexual instincts. Roaming, over-aggressiveness, excessive barking, howling and destructive behavior are often linked to sex drive.

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Dental cleaning

Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition for both adult dogs and cats. Most animals by the age of three have some evidence of dental disease.

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Vaccines are highly important for both dogs and cats as it helps to build there immune system

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Compassionate Care


Everyone at Granada Veterinary Clinic understands that your pet is an important part of your family. We strive to make the end of your pet’s life as comfortable and peaceful as possible. We understand that you can be faced with making the most difficult decision and it is our priority to ensure your pet is taken care of compassionately.


Consultation’s can be made by booking an appointment (Book An Appointment) and can last anywhere’s from 45 – 60 minutes. Our goal is to help educate you on your pet’s current issue/issues, make you feel more prepared as well as aware of what your pet is going through. Our top priority is ensuring that your pet has a comfortable and compassionate quality of life which is pain free. Medications may be dispensed to help ease any pain or discomfort that your pet is experiencing. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you feel your pet needs a compassionate end of life examination.

Compassionate care fog geriatric pets

To also help with making difficult decisions please review the following link: