If you own a pet, your decision to spay or neuter could have far-reaching consequences. No matter the age of your pets, it’s never too early – or too late – to consider having them “fixed”.
Spaying and neutering your pets is beneficial not only for them but for our community as well. Spaying and neutering help prevent overpopulation in our shelters, reducing the number of euthanizations and preventing strays from roaming our neighborhoods.
It can also help with behavior issues, such as aggression and marking. And, perhaps most importantly, fixing your pet can help prevent serious illnesses such as certain types of cancer in dogs and cats.
So if you want to be a responsible pet parent, the best way to start is by spaying or neutering your furry family member today!