Male cat neutering is a common and safe procedure that protects them from a variety of health problems, prevents them from fathering kittens, and even prevents some undesirable behaviors. Today, our Fremont veterinarians discuss what to expect before and after neutering your male cat, as well as behaviors and recovery.
Welcome to Our Fremont Animal Hospital
Newark Pet Clinic is a full-service veterinary hospital that offers comprehensive medical services for cats and dogs in Fremont, the Bay Area and beyond.
We care for your companion animals and have developed a reputation with our clients from around Fremont for quality, care with a compassionate touch.
Whether you are bringing your pet in for an exam for the first time, or have been relying on our team for years, we will treat your animal as if it was our own.
Surgical procedures, post-operative monitoring and pain management for sick or injured pets.
Quality, Integrity, Compassion & Service
Newark Pet Clinic is a full-service veterinary hospital that offers comprehensive veterinary services for pets in Fremont. From regular checkups and vaccinations to internal medicine and dental care, you'll find all the services you need under one roof.
Have your pet treated for a variety of internal conditions, diseases and disorders.
Protect your pet from many health issues with vaccinations and parasite prevention.
Ensure your pet receives the best preventive and restorative dental care from our vets.
Schedule annual routine exams to make sure your pet is in great overall health.
What Clients Are Saying
Clean lobby and quick service. Had no problems with the procedure we had and had a very good turnout. Will be using them again for surgical insemination.
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Newark Pet Clinic proudly serves patients in Fremont and beyond.
Tips & Advice From Our Team
Our informative blogs feature helpful tips and advice from our Fremont vets that will help you to keep your pets healthy and happy.
Spaying or neutering your dog is a big decision, and you might be concerned about the potential complications. Although the chances of a complication are slim, our Fremont veterinarians discuss what to expect from spaying/neutering your dog and the signs of complications or infection to watch for.
When you are caring for a 6-week-old kitten without a mother, there are lots of things you will need to know. Today our Fremont vets share with you how you can take care of a baby kitten that doesn't have a mother, what can go wrong as well as when you should take them to the vet for the first time.