Spaying & Neutering
Many of the millions of dogs and cats euthanized in shelters each year are very much like the family pets we have at home. Yes, spay and neuter. It is the right thing to do.
Spaying and neutering also reduces the risk of breast cancer and prostate disease and eliminates the too frequent occurances of infections of the uterus and testicular cancer.
It also increases your ability to curb your pet's negative behavior such as running away, biting and marking territory.
GREAT NEWS! Any dog can be reconditioned to be housebroken!
For information about housebreaking and crate training >
For more information visit the HomeAgain website >
If an emergency should occur after hours, the veterinarian on call can be reached at the following pager number:
Visit our Emergency Care page for more info >
Be a consciencious pet parent.
Learn more at The Humane Society of the United States >
Adopt a family member!
Go to Petfinder.com to assist you with pet adoptions >