Why You Should Have Your Pet Fixed
Has your pet been spayed or neutered? If not, you’re missing out on an advantage. Here, your North Phoenix, AZ veterinarian tells you why you should have your pet fixed.
Pets who have been spayed or neutered are far less likely to exhibit bad behavior like aggression, house soiling, urine spraying, attempting to escape, whining, scratching, chewing, and more. These behaviors are troublesome and costly to treat later in life, so reduce or avoid them entirely by having your pet fixed.
Did you know that spaying and neutering avoids the risk of genital cancers entirely? It also greatly reduces the chances of other cancers, like prostate and breast cancer. Even the likelihood of urinary tract infections and other urinary system problems is reduced.
Homeless Pet Population
Of course, having your pet spayed or neutered contributes to the greater good. Every year, hundreds of thousands of pets go homeless or have to be euthanized simply because there aren’t enough families to take them in. Don’t contribute to unrestricted breeding—have your pet spayed or neutered.
Does your intact pet need the spay or neuter surgery performed? Set up an appointment at your North Phoenix, AZ animal hospital.