Spay or Neuter Your Pet

Dogs and Cats Reproduce Like Crazy (4 -6) per litter. It is important to avoid more abandoned animals.

What is a spay and neuter?

NEUTERING IS FOR MALES

Neutering removes the testicles of a male, stopping overpopulation right where it starts – in the junk.

A “neuter” is a general term used to describe the castration of a male animal. It is a surgery, which removes the testicles of the animals so that he can no longer reproduce.

The neuter is done with the animal under general anesthesia and consists of a small incision on the scrotum to remove the reproductive organs. Recovery is generally prompt. Most cats and dogs can go home the day of surgery and are back to normal within five to seven days.

Pets are typically neutered to eliminate their ability to reproduce and to curb hormone related behaviors. Along with curbing pet behavior problems, there are several benefits to pet health.

SPAYING IS FOR FEMALES

Spaying removes the ovaries and uterus of a female, ensuring that she’ll never be a baby mama.

A “spay” is a general term used to describe the ovariohysterectomy of a female animal so that she can no longer have litters.

The procedure is done with the animal under general anesthesia and consists of a small incision in the abdomen to remove the reproductive organs (ovaries and uterus). Recovery is generally prompt. Most cats and dogs can go home the day of surgery and are back to normal within five to seven days.

Recovery is quick, so don’t worry.

You should be able to bring them home the same day, and they’ll be playing with you full force within a week.