10 Reasons to Spay or Neuter Your Pet

90% of cats and 50% of dogs die from breast cancer, which can be avoided with spaying.

Your pet will live a longer, healthier life.

During breeding season, female cats typically go into heat for four to five days every three weeks, however cycles might vary.

Spayed female dogs and cats won’t go into heat.

An unbroken male will go to great lengths to locate a partner! This involves scurrying out the door to get away from the house or burrowing under fences.

Your male dog won’t want to roam away from home.

Dogs and cats that haven't changed may mark their territory by splattering foul-smelling pee throughout the house.

Neutered pets are much better behaved.

It is not spaying or neutering that will make your pet gain weight; it is overfeeding and lack of activity!

Spaying or neutering will NOT make your pet fat.

The cost of having and caring for a litter is far more than the cost of spaying or neutering your pet.

Spaying and neutering is highly cost-effective.

In many regions of the nation, stray animals are a serious concern. They can scare people and their pets, carry and spread disease, and cause road accidents.

Spaying and neutering your pet is good for the community.

Millions of dogs and cats of all types and ages suffer as strays or are put to death at animal shelters each year.

Spaying and neutering helps fight pet overpopulation.

Many communities have implemented laws mandating the spaying or neutering of pets in an effort to combat pet overpopulation.

It’s the law.