Wonder what the difference between a SPAY and a NEUTER is? You're not alone!
Both are procedures done to sterilize animals like cats and dogs (rendering them unable to reproduce), but spaying refers to the procedure done to females, and neutering refers to the procedure done to males. Both are serious surgeries - spaying involves taking out the uterus and ovaries, while male pets are neutered by taking out the testicles.
Wonder WHY people opt to have this procedure done for their pets? Read our last blog post, here. (And yes, we're offering 10% off this month, or when you plan for future months too!)