Spay/Neuter Surgery – Frequently Asked Questions
We’re glad you have decided to have your pet spayed or neutered! In addition to helping to reduce the number of unwanted pets born in our community, you are also helping your pet live a longer, happier life.
Did you know?
- Spayed/neutered animals live an average of two to three years longer than other pets.
- Spayed and neutered pets will never develop testicular, uterine, or ovarian cancers.
- Spaying and neutering pets reduces undesirable behaviors, such as urine spraying in cats and marking with urine in dogs.
- Pets tend to have fewer aggression-related behavior problems after being surgically sterilized.
For some helpful answers to questions you might have, please see below!
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