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Puppies

A puppy should be spayed or neutered at or before the age of six months. In the case of spaying a female dog, there is the tremendous medical benefit of eliminating the possibility that your puppy may develop breast cancer later in life. Neutering a male dog has numerous medical benefits and diminishes the tendency towards objectionable behavior such as marking and mounting. Male dogs that have been neutered do not get testicular cancer or develop prostatic problems.

Even with the extra care that we provide, our surgical services are offered at a very competitive price. The spay for a female puppy 6 months of age or less includes the daily patient care, preanesthetic bloodwork and urinalysis to assess organ system health, one half hour of SAFETY FIRST™ anesthetic, blood oxygen monitoring, the surgery itself and an anti-lick gel. Neutering ("fixing") a male dog includes the daily patient care, preanesthetic bloodwork and urinalysis to assess organ system health, one half hour of SAFETY FIRST™ anesthetic, blood oxygen monitoring, the surgery itself and an anti-lick gel.

Click here to read about Safety First™ Anesthesia

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Monday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "We have a 5 star rating from 99.1% of our clients!

    We've been bringing our pets to Janssen Clinic since 1998. Dr. Janssen and his team are the best. I never struggle trying to get in for an appointment & they are so kind and good with my pets. Dr. Janssen is very calm & caring. My dog is high strung & extremely attached to me. She calms down quickly in their office, however, because of their ability to soothe her. We wouldn't go anywhere else."
    - Sharon and Kendall D / Middleton, WI