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Spay and Neuter

We recommend spaying female dogs between age six and nine months.

  1. First, it is better long term health for your pet. Dogs spayed before the first heat are less likely to develop breast cancer.
  2. There are fewer incidences of uterine infections as your dog grows older. These infections can require high risk surgery for the dog.
  3. Unspayed females often develop false pregnancy symptoms.
  4. You will not have to confine your female a dozen weeks out of every year. The related cost and inconvenience can be greater than the cost of spay surgery. There will be no unwanted puppies and their expense.

Your dog will live a healthier life. We recommend that you consider this surgery for a lifetime of better health for your pet.

Neutering Dogs

We recommend neutering male dogs between age six and twelve months.

  1. First, it is better for the long term health of your pet. Dogs neutered at an early age are less likely to develop prostate or testicular cancer.
  2. There is less likely incidence of your dog “marking his territory.” No one wants their pet urinating on everything in sight.
  3. Un-neutered dogs are more likely to go roaming. They will dig under or jump over a fence to get to a female in heat.
  4. You will not have to worry about the expense of your pet being treated for wounds sustained while fighting other dogs because of a female in heat. Also, there will be no unwanted puppies produced.

Your dog will live a healthier life. We recommend that you consider this surgery for a lifetime of better health for your pet.

Spaying Cats

We recommend spaying female cats between age six and nine months.

  1. First, it is better long term health for your pet. Cats spayed before the first heat are less likely to develop breast cancer.
  2. There are fewer incidences of uterine infections as your cat grows older. These infections can require high risk surgery for the cat.
  3. Unspayed females often develop false pregnancy symptoms.
  4. You will not have to confine your female a dozen weeks out of every year.

There will be no unwanted kittens and their expense.

Your cat will live a healthier life. We recommend that you consider this surgery for a lifetime of better health for your pet.

Neutering Cats

We recommend neutering male cats between age six and twelve months.

  1. First, it is better for the long term health of your pet. Cats neutered at an early age are less likely to develop certain fatal diseases, such as Feline Leukemia, Feline Infectious Peritonitis, and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus.
  2. There is less likely incidence of your cat “spraying.” No one wants that awful male cat urine odor all over their rugs and furniture.
  3. Un-neutered cats are more likely to go roaming. Sometimes they may not come home.
  4. You will not have to worry about the expense of your pet being treated for wounds sustained while fighting other cats because of a female in heat. Also, there will be no unwanted kittens produced.

Your cat will live a healthier life. We recommend that you consider this surgery for a lifetime of better health for your pet.

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