Spaying or neutering your pet can provide a variety of health benefits that helps your pet live a longer, happier life. This is typically done between the ages of six months and a year.

Spaying and neutering not only stops unwanted litters, but also helps keep your pet healthy by reducing the risk of developing breast or testicular cancer. It is shown to decrease the likelihood of your animal roaming, reducing the risk of them coming to harm on the road or by other means.

And finally, for society as a whole, it helps the homeless and feral pet problems reducing the overall use of euthanasia.

For questions and information on our spaying or neutering services, please contact us today.