Neutering removes the testicles of a male, stopping overpopulation right where it starts – in the junk. Learn More
Spaying is for Females
Spaying removes the ovaries and uterus of a female, ensuring that she’ll never be a baby mama. Learn More
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.
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Myths and Facts
Increasing Knowledge and Understanding About the Procedure
Hey, we understand what it’s like to feel emotional about pets. What we don’t get is letting those slobbery emotions get in the way of cold, hard facts. Here are some common misconceptions and a dose of truth about spaying and neutering.
Myth No.1ShareMy pet’s behavior will change drastically.Fact: Yep! And for the better. Males will be less aggressive and females won’t howl, cry, and pace nervously in heat.
Myth No.2ShareSpaying and Neutering is painful and/or dangerous to my pet.They’ll dream of sniffing butts during the procedure, will come home the same day, and be playing full force within a week.
Myth No.3ShareMy pet will get fat, lazy, and unattractive.Animals only get fat and lazy without a healthy diet and exercise, so feed your pet well, and both of you get outside and play.
Myth No.4ShareMy dog won’t protect me if I neuter him.Your dog will protect you because you take great care of him and he loves you. It’s never in your best interest for your dog to be aggressive.
Myth No.5ShareMy pet will mourn the loss of his/her ability to reproduce.Pets don’t sit around planning their careers or family life. They want to mate because it’s instinctual. They have no understanding or emotional attachment.
Myth No.6ShareMy family should witness the miracle of birth.We suggest fostering a pregnant cat or dog. Or utilize the infinite resources of the World Wide Web and watch a video or two.
Myth No.7ShareMy male dog will feel like less of a man.Don’t worry, your dog’ll still be the toughest guy on the block. Honestly though, pets have no concept of gender roles.
Myth No.8ShareI have a male – he isn’t the one having litters.It takes two to tango.
Myth No.9ShareMy pet is so special, I want more just like her.Unless you clone your pet, it will not be identical. Also, don’t be selfish.
Myth No.10ShareSpaying and neutering is too expensive.Having an unwanted litter is more expensive.