Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet
Currently 2,000 to 4,000 puppies and kittens are born every hour in the U.S. Pet owners cannot afford the risk of adding a single pet to the population of homeless and helpless pets. To help reduce animal over-population we will help pay the cost of spaying and neutering for those needing financial assistance. Contact us today and provide the following information:
Appointment date and Veterinarian Clinic
Kind of animal (cat or dog)
Age and sex of animal
Your name, address and phone number
There are many behavioral benefits in having your male dog or cat neutered and your female
dog or cat spayed.
1) Easier for you
2) Healthier for your pet
3) Reduces the overall population problem
4) Eliminates your pets sexual frustration
So why Spay of Neuter your pet?
It makes your pet healthier by reducing the likelihood of getting cancer of reproductive organs and infectious diseases. It makes your pet calmer and less frustrated. Your pet is less likely to run away. Altering your pet helps control the unwanted pet problem, while relieving the burden of finding homes for litters you do not want.