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How does my pet benefit from being altered?
Your pet will be healthier, happier and easier to live with after it has been spayed or neutered. Altered pets are less likely to mark their territory and have fewer tendencies to roam and are therefore less likely to annoy your neighbors, get hit by cars or fall prey to wild animals. Spayed females have a lower risk of breast cancer (90% fatal in cats. 50% fatal in dogs) and life-threatening uterine infections. Neutered males have no risk of testicular disease and a lower risk of prostate diseases.

At what age should my pet be altered?
Owned dogs and cats should be altered at four months of age or older. Ideally, female animals should be altered BEFORE their first heat cycle or pregnancy. Female cats can breed as early as 4 months; dogs as early as 5 months! Try to avoid those