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Spaying and Neutering Means Love, Health and Happiness
Want your pet to stay happy and healthy? If your answer is “yes”, then be a loving owner and put spaying and neutering on your “absolutely essential things to do” list.

What is Spaying and Neutering?
Any qualified veterinarian can safely perform either of these surgeries. But first, just what is spaying and neutering? Spaying is the surgical sterilization of a female animal by removing her ovaries, oviduct, and uterus. Neutering, on the other hand, is the surgical sterilization of a male animal by removing the testicles.

Benefits to Your Pet
Spaying and neutering both reduce the urge to roam. Therefore your pet is less likely to get lost, contract a disease, get into a fight, get injured, or be the victim of cruelty, poison or traffic. Gone too are sexual discomforts, distress and distractions – so your pet will be happier and more content.

What’s Spot On About Spaying
 Prevents pregnancies and both pregnancy and delivery complications
 Gets rid of that dreaded heat cycle – so no more listening to the sounds of your female pet trying to get and find a mate (Unwelcome males won’t be seeking her, either!)
 Avoids diseases in her reproductive system

The Good News About Neutering
 Inhibits testicular tumors and reduces prostate gland problems
 Decreases his destructive behaviors aimed at getting out to mate
 Lessens the urge to fight
 Reduces territorial urine spraying in cats

Get it Done!
Dr. Karl Kagstad of the American Veterinarian Association says: “Remember the rule of two months or two pounds. This early age neutering helps your pet recover more quickly. By all means, spay or neuter your pet before the age of maturity. And females should definitely be spayed before their first heat.” Call 1800.222.3333 to locate a qualified veterinarian in your area.

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