Spaying and Neutering for Dogs and Cats

Having your pet spayed or neutered is one of the best and most responsible choices you can make as a pet parent. In addition to preventing your companion from contributing to already overflowing animal shelters and doing your part to lowering the population of unwanted pets, these simple procedures can have a profound effect on your pet’s health and happiness. They can even make life with your pet even more enjoyable than it already is.

The Benefits of Spaying & Neutering

Preventing unwanted litters is one of the main purposes of spaying and neutering. These simple procedures do so much more for providing your pet with a higher quality of life.  For female pets, spaying lowers the risk of breast cancer and eliminates the possibility of uterine and ovarian cancer as well as Pyometra. Neutering eliminates the risk of testicular cancer and lowers the risk of prostate problems in males. Spaying and neutering both lower the risk of endocrine disorders, such as diabetes, and hormone problems.

In addition, having your four-legged family member spayed or neutered can make them easier to live with by reducing or eliminating troublesome behaviors like roaming, yowling, aggression, and spraying.

Locations that offer Spaying and Neutering for Dogs and Cats