Currambine Vetwest is very excited to announce that they are now offering keyhole sterilisations,
otherwise known as laparoscopic spey for suitable female dogs.
A traditional sterilisation is performed through a larger hole in the abdomen through which the ovaries and uterus are removed.
A laparoscopic spey is a minimally invasive form of desexing surgery that involves making several very small incisions.
A camera and several instruments are then placed through these small holes and then the ovaries are removed through these same holes.
This technique results in less pain and a quicker recovery from surgery than a traditional spey and with smaller incisions the chances of wound complications is also reduced.
If you are interested or would like more information please contact Vetwest Currambine on 9404 1144.