Deciding whether you will spay or neuter your dog or cat is a big decision. It's our mission to help you make an informed decision that fits your family and pet's needs.
First of all, what does it mean to spay or neuter?
A spay is a surgery performed on a female dog or cat, in which the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries are removed.
The removal of the testes in a male cat or dog is called a neuter.
By removing your pet's reproductive organs, your pet will no longer be able to reproduce.
Why do people choose to spay or neuter their cats and dogs?
There are major health benefits to spaying and neutering your pets. Risks of cancer are GREATLY reduced and lifetime expectancies increase. Hormonal behaviours (like roaming, "amorous inclinations" toward stuffed pets or humans, and aggression issues can be hugely minimized, too.
If that hasn't convinced you, remember that unneutered male cats tend to spray urine, which STINKS! Pee-yew!
For the month of September, receive 20% off spay/neuter services when you book for this month, or for future months. Contact us today: (250) 339-6555