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As a devoted pet owner, one of the greatest things you can do for your kitten or puppy is to have your pet spayed or neutered. The benefits for every kitten and puppy are enormous while there are few, if any, cons. Read on to learn why you should bring your pet to our spay and neuter clinic in Rancho Cucamonga.
Un-spayed and un-neutered pets are subject to a host of health problems including cancers and serious infections that require immediate treatment by a vet. Then there is the morality of being a responsible owner and not adding to the outrageous overpopulation of homeless pets crowding shelters and being euthanized. Our spay and neuter clinic in Rancho Cucamonga offers you an affordable and safe way to take care of your pet while contributing to the greater good of animal welfare.
A spayed pet is a healthier and happier kitten or puppy. The general rule for puppies is to be spayed between 6 and 9 months, while for kittens, it is as young as 8 week as they can become pregnant very young. Spaying is a routine surgery, and the risks are minimal for young pets, but become greater the older they are. Overweight pets also present a high risk for complications after surgery. The operation occurs under anesthesia and the veterinarian in Rancho Cucamonga removes the pet’s ovaries and uterus. Once the spaying is completed, she’ll be brought to a relaxing place to recover and in most cases, will be ready to go home the same day.
A pet neutered is a much more pleasant pet to be around as well as safe from any future occurrence of testicular cancer. Neutering also occurs under anesthesia and involves removing the pet’s testicles. The neutering surgery is simpler than the spay and takes less time.
Female dogs and cats who are a pet spayed no longer have messy heats that lure unwelcome roaming males. Even more crucial, her chances of developing mammary tumors are reduced, and she has no chance of ever acquiring ovarian or uterine cancer. In other words, you are in for a much happier and healthy pet!
In addition to eliminating any chances for testicular cancer and reducing chances for prostate cancer, a pet neutered is a significantly more delightful creature. Gone are the annoying, and often downright obnoxious, behaviors of marking, spraying, roaming and aggression. You will definitely enjoy your male pet after neutering by our Rancho Cucamonga vet.
Our vote is in, and we hope yours is too. Please call and arrange an appointment for your pet to be spayed and neutered.
Visit us at 7369 Day Creek Blvd, Suite F 101, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739. Call 909-646-7387(PETS).
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