Other Conditions Aided by Animal Spaying & Neutering
Uterine and ovarian cancer in animals can be avoided 100% of the time with proper animal spaying. In addition, spaying stops dogs and cats from going into heat on a regularly recurring basis. Neutering a dog also prevents prostate problems as they age. Benign prostate hyperplasia and other infections can result in painful and life-threatening conditions that require invasive surgical intervention.
While there are no concrete statistics that animal neutering and spaying have a direct correlation with behavioral changes, many pet owners have seen the following positive changes in their pets' behavior:
|• Reduced Instances of Urine Marking
||• Lessened Aggression toward Other Animals
||• Reduced Territorial Aggression
Contact us today when you need spaying or neutering for your dog or cat. We handle these operations for pet owners all over St. Paul, Minnesota, including the Highland Park and Summit Hills communities.