Has your pet been spayed or neutered? It’s about more than preventing unplanned litters (although it works well for that, too!). Learn more about the varied benefits of the procedure in this article from a Conyers, GA veterinary professional.
The spay or neuter procedure eliminates the risk of genital cancers, and it makes other cancer types (prostate, breast, etc.) far less likely to occur. Even urinary tract infections and other common health issues aren’t as likely to occur in pets who have had the procedure performed!
Without as many sex hormones coursing through a pet’s system, they’re much more likely to behave better. The spay and neuter procedure can greatly reduce severity of, or eliminate entirely, undesirable behaviors like house soiling, urine spraying, aggression toward owners or other pets, scratching, chewing, loud vocalizations, attempted escape, and more. The benefits are well worth it!
The Greater Good
Of course, the spay and neuter procedure benefits the greater good by helping to control the homeless pet population. Each year, millions of pets go homeless or must be euthanized—don’t contribute to the problem by allowing your pet to breed unchecked!
Call your vet Conyers, GA to learn more.