GIVE YOUR PET THE GIFT OF GOOD HEALTH
Benefits of Having Your Pet Spayed or Neutered
Preventing unplanned and unwanted litters may be the most obvious benefit of spaying and neutering, but it certainly is not the only one. Having your female pet spayed eliminates the risk of reproductive cancers as well as a uterine infection known as pyometra. In male pets, neutering eliminates the risk of testicular cancer. In both sexes, these procedures can curb problematic behaviors, such as howling or yowling for a mate, aggression, and urine marking. Despite common misconceptions, having your furry friend spayed or neutered will not make them lazy or cause them to pack on extra weight.