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Top 10 Reasons to Spay & Neuter

Spaying or neutering your pets is good for you, good for your pets, and good for the community.

Here are a few reasons why.

Altered pets are less prone to a variety of diseases. Spayed females have a lower risk of breast cancer (90% fatal in cats. 50% fatal in dogs) and life–threatening uterine infections. Neutered males have no risk of testicular disease and a lower risk of prostate diseases.

Your spayed female cat won’t writhe and yowl her way through ten months of heat cycles. Your neutered dog will be less likely to embarrass you by riding your boss’s leg during that important dinner meeting. You won’t have to worry about keeping all those annoyingly arduous males away from your equally arduous females. Your pets will stay content at home instead of trying to outsmart you to get out and find a little action.

Neutered males and spayed females have fewer tendencies to mark their territory or attract the opposite sex by spraying. That means no yellow stains on your white couch and a lot less air freshener.

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The cure is simple.
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For you. For your pet. For all the animals waiting in shelters…Fix ‘em now!

For more information about spay/neuter consult your veterinarian who is always the best source of information in matters regarding the health of your pet.

Figures provided by ASPCA and Best Friends Animal Society.

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