Fact or Fiction? It is better for your pet’s health to have her spayed.

That is fact!

There are many benefits to spaying your pet. The most important is that it helps stop pet overpopulation. The Humane Society of the United States estimates that about 3 million unwanted pets are euthanized at shelters annually. 

It can also help prevent certain types of cancers, such as mammary, ovarian, and cervical cancer. Kittens and puppies who are spayed before puberty have fewer behavioral problems, like marking territory. And neither the pet nor the owner has to endure an annoying and inconvenient heat cycle.

Planning to spay your pet? Check with your full-service veterinarian to see if bloodwork or vaccines are required prior to her procedure – we offer affordable labwork and wellness packages!