Spay & Neuter

Spaying is an abdominal surgery in female animals to remove the ovaries and uterus.  Spaying is done to prevent pregnancies and also can greatly reduce the risk of mammary, uterine, and ovarian cancers, infections, and other reproductive organ complications.

Neutering is a surgery to remove the testes in males to prevent pregnancies.  Other benefits of neutering can include reduction of reproductive cancers, tumors, and other complications, aggression, and urge to roam.