Fewer unwanted companion animals
About 3,000 cats and dogs are needlessly put down every year in our community. The offspring of your pet could end up in local shelters. Do you know what happened to your cat’s kittens or your dog’s puppies?
We are convinced that the homeless pet crisis is a direct result of animals left unaltered. Healthy, good-natured dogs, cats, puppies and kittens are put down at an alarming rate. By having your pet spayed or neutered, you can help reduce the number of unwanted dogs and cats that are euthanized every year. Spaying and neutering your pet is the greatest contribution you can make to the welfare of animals in our community.
Improved health and longer life
Scientific research shows that spayed and neutered pets live longer and are less likely to develop some forms of cancer and infections. Spaying your pet before their first heat cycle can reduce the development of mammary gland tumors by 90%.
Reduced behavioral problems
Altering your pet can lessen undesirable behaviors such as spraying, roaming, aggression, and mounting.