“Neutering” refers to the sexual altering of both a female or male cat or dog. Not only does neutering have health benefits, it also helps to decreased pet overpopulation.
Sadly, millions of unwanted pets are euthanized in shelters every year.
According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, five out of 10 dogs and seven out of 10 cats in shelters go un-adopted and are eventually destroyed. In most cases, these dogs are not born on the street. Actually, one in four of these dogs are purebred and many are the offspring of cherished family pets.
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Recommended times for neutering your pet vary depending on the breed, size, activity level and certain health conditions. Please discuss this with one of our knowledgeable veterinarians. They can also explain the ways in which we strive to minimize pain and discomfort associated with surgical procedures.
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