When you were growing up do you remember how excited you were when you came across a kitten or a puppy? Maybe it was wandering down the street you grew up on. Or perhaps there was the neighbor’s boy selling them out of a cardboard box. Whatever the reason, seeing these animals always put a smile on your face. As adults, it’s harder have that same reaction now that we know the facts about pet homelessness. About 6.5 million pets enter animal shelters across the country every year. And without enough loving homes to go around, not all of these cats and dogs will make it out. This is why getting your pet spayed or neutered here in Laguna Beach is so important.
Spay & Neuter For Health
Beyond the good you can do for your community, altering your pet can have some great health benefits as well. As you’re likely aware of in humans, reproductive organs are often susceptible to forming cancerous growths or tumors. This is just as true in cats and dogs as it is in people. Finding a vet clinic to get your pet spayed or neutered here in Laguna Beach could mean the difference between a healthy animal and a difficult prognosis later in life.
There are some additional behavioral issues that may be helped with one of these procedures. Female cats and dogs won’t go into heat after they’re spayed, saving your carpet (and your sleep) regularly. Male pets who get neutered are often less aggressive and less prone to wandering away from home or escaping the backyard.
The Cost Effective Option
Not only are there great options for lower cost spay and neuter surgeries here in Laguna Beach, spaying and neutering itself can be one of the most cost-effective options for your wallet. A pet’s pregnancy often comes with costs at the vet’s office. A litter of puppies and kittens could majorly add up as well down the road, even if you don’t intend to keep them.
If you have any questions about spay & neuter procedures in the Laguna Beach area, please feel free to reach out to us at Alicia Pacific Veterinary Center.
Spay and Neuter Laguna Beach