Each year 2.4 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs are euthanized at US shelters. That’s 1 every 13 seconds! Spaying and neutering our pets is the single most important thing we can do to prevent pet overpopulation. It is also important for the health of your cat or dog. Spaying and neutering can prevent or decrease the risk of life threatening conditions such as mammary tumors (breast cancer), pyometra (uterine infection), prostatic disease and testicular cancer. Pets that are spayed or neutered are less likely to suffer injuries from fights with other animals and being hit by cars.
Why your pet should be spayed or neutered with us
When your pet is spayed or neutered with us they are receiving top quality care. All of our patients are given IV catheters for safer anesthesia, pain injections, pain medication to go home, human grade anesthesia, state of the art anesthetic monitoring (Blood Pressure, ECG, Oxygenation, Heart rate, and Carbon Dioxide). All these service are provided for no additional cost. Our prices are comparable to what you will find at low cost spay and neuter clinics that do not provide the same superior services.