Welcome to the Bristol Vet School Neuter Clinic where welfare, quality and education are at the heart of everything we do.
Bristol Vet School Neuter Clinic phone line
+44 (0117) 39 (40935)
Email address for enquiries:firstname.lastname@example.org
Neutering is an important part of responsible pet ownership. For most cats and dogs it is recommended that neutering is undertaken at the earliest opportunity, following veterinary advice and guidance.
Using modern anaesthetic techniques, surgical neutering is a safe and effective way to prevent unwanted breeding of dogs and cats and may reduce roaming and unwanted sexual behaviours, fighting, mounting, and marking territory.
We hope that this clinic will help pet owners and those running charities and rescue centres, many of whom find themselves in financial difficulties because of the pandemic. The Neuter Clinic is being run by Bristol Veterinary School, on the Langford Campus, independently of Langford Vets.
We will be offering cat castrates, cat spays and dog castrates, at no cost. Please note we are unable to accept female dog (bitch) spays.
Your pet will be neutered by an experienced vet and nursing team assisted by students under supervision.
There are safe and modern facilities to ensure your pet receives an excellent standard of care.
There is no cost to you for the neutering or the post-operative care.
Your pet should be in good health and have a good temperament to be eligible for neutering. If you are not sure if your pet qualifies please fill in the online booking form to the best of your ability and we will contact you to discuss whether your pet is suitable for neutering.
If you would like your pet to be neutered at Bristol Vet School at our free of charge neutering clinic, then please fill in the online booking form.
If you aren’t able to fill in the form online you can also contact us to complete the booking process.
Our generous sponsors help us to neuter more pets free of charge.
MEMO Clinical Engineering – The team at MEMO have made it possible for us to have a state-of-the-art anaesthetic system. Their support helps to make your pets stay as safe as it possibly can be http://www.uhbristol.nhs.uk/for-clinicians/memo-clinical-engineering/