Most male puppies will have both testicles descended by the recommended neuter age of six months. However, a small percentage of male puppies have either one or both testicles retained within the groin or abdominal cavity (cryptorchid). Previous surgical techniques to remove the undescended testicle involved a blind search and prolonged anesthesia time. Laparoscopic-assisted cryptorchid neuter surgery provides a significant improvement in surgical technique for this condition.
Better visualization of abdominal organs means an easier location of the retained testicle
Shorter anesthesia and surgery time
Smaller incisions mean less pain
If you live in the Orange County area and would like to get your dog or puppy neutered, but either one or both testicles are retained within the groin or abdominal cavity (cryptorchid), call Avery Animal Clinic today at 949-364-0730.
Our knowledgeable veterinarians will be able to answer all your questions and help you choose the right neutering procedure for your dog or puppy.