Clinical Information on Spay and NeuterPosted on June 12, 2015
Clinical Information on Spay and Neuter
It’s common knowledge that many unwanted pets are euthanized every year. It’s important that each one of us do our part to stop the tragedy. That’s why many pet clinics offer affordable spay and neuter.
Limiting the pet population is not the only reason to spay and neuter. A pet that can not reproduce has many positives.
Your female animal will live a longer and healthier life. Breast cancer and uterine infections are dramatically reduced, not to mention your female will not go into heat. It eliminates bad behavior such as yowling and urinating around the house to attract a mate. Testicular cancer in male animals is reduced and the male’s desire to roam from home to find a mate, and they suffer less aggression issues.
Spaying or neutering does not cause your pet to gain excess pounds. Plenty of exercise with the right food and correct amounts will keep your pet in top physical condition. Be kind to cats and dogs by helping us lower the population of the unwanted. If we all do our part together, we can make the world a more friendly animal place.