Prevent a Litter – It’s Good for You
- Spayed and neutered pets are better, more affectionate companions.
- Cats are less likely to spray and mark territory when neutered.
- Spaying a female dog or cat eliminates its heat cycle, which can last twenty-one days, twice a year, in dogs, and anywhere from three to fifteen days, three or more times a year, in cats. Females in heat often cry incessantly, show nervous behavior, and attract unwanted male animals.
- Spayed and neutered pets are less likely to bite. Unaltered animals often exhibit more behavior and temperament problems than those that have been spayed or neutered.
Prevent a Litter – It’s Good for Your Pet
- Spayed and neutered dogs and cats live longer, healthier lives.
- Spaying female dogs and cats eliminates the possibility of uterine or ovarian cancer and greatly reduces the incidence of breast cancer.
- Neutering male dogs and cats reduces the incidence of prostate cancer.
- Neutered animals are less likely to roam and fight.
Prevent a Litter – It’s Good for the Community
- Communities spend millions of dollars to control and eliminate unwanted animals.
- Irresponsible breeding contributes to the problem of dog bites and attacks.
- Animal shelters are overburdened with surplus animals.
- Animals that are living alone on the streets are hungry, have parasites, eye problems, infected skin – a very miserable life. The have more puppies and kittens, and add to the unhealthy population.