Spay and Neuter
Besides vaccinations, spaying and neutering your pet is one of the most important responsibilities you have to help keep your pets healthy and happy!
There are many health benefits associated with spaying and neutering your pets. Research shows altered pets live several years longer than their intact counterparts! They are less likely to get into fights or wander away from home. Spayed and neutered animals are less probable to get certain cancers and diseases. They also have fewer behavioral problems!
Overpopulation of animals in our communities is a real problem. Too many animals are euthanized every year because they are unable to find homes! You can do your part by spaying and neutering your own pets. This will help prevent more unwanted pets. In Hamilton County, it is illegal to own an intact dog or cat over the age of 6 months without a breeder’s license.
If you have questions or concerns regarding spaying or neutering your pet, contact us today at 317-830-0037, so our dedicated staff can assist you with your needs.