The D-53XDesex Upgrade

For Responsible Pet Owners

The D-53XDesex Upgrade

For Responsible Pet Owners

Healthy. Happy. Household Pets.

That's what any responsible owner wants, isn't it? Well, want no more.

The D-53X Upgrade has a long list of benefits, and comes with a
20% discount from June 1st - August 31st at participating vets.

20% off - desexing
Cheaper council fees
No risk of unwanted litters

20% off desexing between June 1st - August 31st

No risk of unwanted litters

Allows your pet to be happier and healthier

Reduces desire to roam

Reduces risk of some cancers

Reduces aggressive behaviours (dogs)

Reduces behaviours such as urine spraying (cats only)

Cheaper council registration fees

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The upgrade.

What is it?

The D-53X upgrade involves desexing your pet, and permanently removes its ability to reproduce.

There are numerous health and behavioural benefits to having the operation. It's something every responsible pet owner should do.

Before upgrade

After upgrade

No Personality changes

When's a good time?

Right now.
This second.

Some pets can reach sexual maturity and reproduce from only 4-6 months old. This is particularly true for cats who can fall pregnant as young as 4 months of age.

Desex your pet as soon as possible. It's an upgrade.

Register for 20% discount

Surgery Day.

Small operation. Big benefits.

Your pet will receive a check-up first to make sure they are healthy and okay to have the surgery. Then your pet will be given a general anaesthetic so that they sleep throughout the whole procedure. Surgery on animals meets the same high standards as surgery on humans and your pet will be in good hands.

How long will my pet be in hospital?

Minimal downtime.
Maximum tickles.

This can depend on the age and size of your pet as well as whether there are any medical conditions which might complicate the procedure. Generally, however, desexing is considered a day surgery and your pet will be back home with you on the same day. if your pet is older, larger or complications arise during the surgery he/she may need to stay in to be monitored for longer, and possibly overnight.


Whats next?

Back home.
Safe and sound.

Once they are awake and able to drink water they are ready to be discharged into your care. You will be given detailed instructions to follow and it is important that you do so. You will usually need to bring your pet back to have stitches removed in about 10 days.


The most important thing with any animal that has undergone surgery is to make sure you continue to monitor him/her for a couple of days post-surgery. You must follow your vet's instructions closely and one of the most important instructions will probably be to keep your pet quiet - this means no long walks or games, even if your pet seems keen.

It is also a good idea to keep an eye on the wound site and gently bathe it if necessary. It is usually okay to return your pet to its normal diet straight away but don't give any bones for the first week post-op. Monitor bowel movements as constipation should be avoided if possible.


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