Spaying or neutering your pet eliminates unwanted pregnancies and provides many health benefits. In females, spaying avoids the probability of a severe and potentially fatal uterine infection in later years; it also reduces the chance of mammary cancer. In males, neutering reduces the chance of cancer of the testicles and prostate and lessens the chance of injury due to fighting or misadventure by roaming. We recommend spaying or neutering your new pet at six months.

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