What is the surgery?
- “Spaying” is the term used for female animals and the surgical removal of the ovaries and uterus.
- “Neutering” is the term used for male animals and is the surgical removal of the testicles.
- “Fixing” your pet is another term for spaying/neutering.
- Your female pet should be spayed before her first heat cycle—which commonly occurs at 5 to 6 months. However, it is never too late to spay or neuter your pet.
- Spaying or neutering your pet is a very safe procedure. Call us for an appointment today at 405-947-SPAY.
Good for your pet.
- Pets that are spayed/neutered have decreased or zero risk of certain types of cancer.
- Spaying or neutering your pet can decrease the risk of diseases that are expensive to treat
- Animals that are fixed make better companions because they are not motivated to wander in search of a mate.
Good for you – eliminate annoying behavior problems!
- Neutered male cats are significantly less likely to spray (urine-marking) or wander in search of females.
- Female dogs or cats in heat can cry incessantly, act nervous and attract males from all around. Spaying eliminates the heat cycle.
- Animals that have been spayed/neutered are less likely to bite, roam or get into fights.
Visit the ASPCA website and learn more reasons to spay/neuter your pet.