Responsible Pet Ownership Requires Spaying and Neutering
Owners of pets have a moral obligation to assist minimize the number of unwanted cats and dogs in shelters and on the streets. Spaying and neutering your pet is a safe, effective, and generally accepted pet ownership treatment.
Peninsula Center Animal Hospital does spaying and neutering on a regular basis despite the fact that it requires general anesthesia. You and your cat will be back to normal in a short amount of time with this easy and painless procedure. Unplanned pregnancies and a wide range of long-term health complications may be avoided with this technique.
Spaying and Neutering Your Pets Benefits
After spaying or neutering, female cats and dogs are less likely to have pregnancy-related health problems and enjoy longer, more active lives. Certain cancers and disorders with the prostate are less likely to occur in spayed or neutered male dogs and cats than they are in unaltered males. When both sexes are sterilized, unwanted urination is prevented by the procedure. There is a decrease in defensiveness and territoriality. The list goes on and on and on!