Spaying or neutering pets will prevent them from reproducing in the future, and also provide several other health benefits.
The surgeons at Rye Harrison Veterinary Hospital are highly skilled at performing safe spay/neuter procedures because of their high-level training and years of combined experience. We take proactive steps to ensure that the pet receives appropriate care for any associated pain, follow-up check-ups, and ample supervision during and after the procedure.
We recommend that all pets who are not owned by a responsible breeder be spayed or neutered for their health, and for the benefit of the pet population at large. Every year, many pets from unplanned litters end up in homeless shelters or on the streets living as strays. When you spay or neuter your pet, you are helping to keep pets out of animal shelters, and you are freeing up much-needed space for other homeless pets to receive care and be adopted.
The health benefits of the spay/neuter procedure is also an important reason to strongly consider the procedure for your pet.
The following list describes various ways that the spay/neuter procedure protects your pet from various health issues:
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