Participate in World Spay Day and have your pet neutered or spayed to help keep unwanted puppies and kittens out of animal shelters. By getting your dog or cat ‘fixed’ you can lower the rate of euthanasia in shelters. Did you know that by spaying/neutering your pet you can help them live longer, healthier lives?
Benefits include: reduction in spraying and marking, decrease in aggression and roaming, decreased overpopulation, reduction of risk to some forms of cancer and longer lifespan of up to 3 – 5 years.
Myths and Facts about spaying/neutering your pet:
The average cost for surgery is less expensive on your budget then raising a litter of puppies or kittens.
Having the surgery does not make your pet get fatter – the lack of proper, consistent exercise and proper nutrition causes a pet to gain weight
The surgical procedure is perfected in the majority of vet clinics as it is the most common surgery performed. Pets typically recover quickly, heal properly and return to their pre-surgery personality within days.
Find out more about World Spay Day at www.worldspayday.org