Spay and neuter surgeries provide several significant benefits for the health and behavior of pets. Research shows that spayed and neutered pets lead healthier, longer, and more balanced lives.
For females, spaying eliminates the risk of potentially life-threatening conditions related to the reproductive system, such as certain types of cancer and disease. It also eliminates the challenging and adverse effects of being in heat.
Neutering males prevents testicular cancer and reduces the likelihood of certain prostate and behavioral issues. By curbing hormone-driven behaviors such as aggression and the instinct to roam, neutering can contribute to a safer, more harmonious household environment.