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Sterilization and Neutering

For dogs, cats and New Pets (NAC). 

Why sterilize my pet?

Sterilization of pets is important for several reasons, some of which are:

It reduces the risk of diseases related to the reproductive system, helps prevent/regulate behavioral problems and prevents unwanted reproduction.

Why Sterilize My Pet?

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Sterilization and Neutering

Cutting-edge eco-sustainable structure

The almost 2000m2 structure, the largest in southern Switzerland, has 5 examination rooms, 2 operating rooms, rooms with advanced imaging diagnostic equipment (CT, MRI), X-ray and ultrasound equipment, physiotherapy, alternative therapies and chemotherapy .  

La Trinità has a separate waiting room between cats, NAC and dogs. Also an emergency room and an emergency room equipped to deal with the most complex cases. 

Cutting-edge eco-sustainable structure

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FAQs

Isn't it the same thing if my pet eats feed or natural food?

No, it is not the same thing whether your pet is fed kibble or natural food. Kibble is a convenient and balanced option that often contains all the essential nutrients needed for health. However, natural foods, such as a raw or homemade diet, can provide a variety of fresh, less processed ingredients. Both options have advantages and disadvantages, and the choice depends on various factors, such as your pet's health and individual preferences. We recommend consulting a veterinarian to determine the best option based on your pet's specific needs.

The best diet for your dog or cat depends on various factors, including age, breed, activity level, health and preferences. A veterinarian can recommend a personalized nutrition plan that meets your specific needs.

The safety of feeding your dog or cat natural or homemade food depends on the quality and balance of the diet. Consult a veterinarian to ensure the diet meets your pet's nutritional requirements and individual needs.

Yes, the nutritional needs of dogs and cats change with age. It is important to adapt their diet as they age to meet their specific requirements, such as weight control, joint health, and other aspects of aging. A veterinarian can provide specific guidelines for each life stage.

Changing your pet's diet from one day to the next can cause gastrointestinal upset, such as diarrhea or vomiting. It is always recommended to consult a veterinarian before making significant changes to the diet. A veterinarian can provide guidance on gradually transitioning food to avoid discomfort and ensure a gentle transition for your pet's digestive system.