No Littering! World Spay Day is Feb. 26th

HThis important day recognizes the vital role spay (and neuter) procedures play in controlling the pet population. Millions of dogs and cats go homeless each year in our country, but the number is decreasing slowly as more people understand the importance of altering their pets.

In addition to preventing unwanted litters, spaying and neutering also has health benefits which include reducing the risk of uterine infections and some cancers. By the way: there’s no truth to the myth that a pet’s intelligence or ability to learn will be adversely affected by surgical sterilization.

If you haven’t yet had your pet altered, [HOSPITAL NAME] has the “fix” with spay/neuter services performed by our experienced medical team and doctors. If you have questions about the procedure or want to make an appointment for your pet, don’t hesitate to give us a call at [HOSPITAL PHONE].