Why Spaying and Neutering is Important for Your Pet
Spaying and neutering are common surgical procedures that helps reduce pet overpopulation and ensures that more pets finding permanent, loving homes. In addition, spaying and neutering plays a huge role in preventing future, potentially life-threatening health problems in pets.
- Prevents unwanted pregnancies
- Prevents Estrus (heat cycle)
- Reduces ovarian, uterine and breast cancer risks
- Prevents life-threatening uterine infections (pyometra)
- Lessens their desire to roam, which can be dangerous in highly populated areas
- Can help in the modification of behavioral issues including aggression, mounting, spraying, and marking
- Lessens their desire to roam
- Can greatly reduce prostate issues, testicular cancer, perineal hernias
What should you expect?
We understand that surgery can be a stressful process for both pets and their owners, which is why we take steps to ensure optimal safety and pain control. Furthermore, our team members will take time to answer your questions and put your mind at ease. Our doctors thoroughly examine every patient prior to their procedure to screen for illness and ensure that anesthesia will be safe.