Spayed or neutered pets live longer and healthier lives. Behaviors can be changed with early spaying and neutering; wandering, dominance, aggression and territory marking are all influenced by these procedures.
Spaying and neutering your pet is known to prevent a life-threatening condition called Pyometra Uterine Infection. This is 100% preventable if your pet is spayed. Also, Mammary Tumors are malignant over 50% of the time. Spaying prevents this especially if done prior to your pets first heat cycle.
Pets over-populate our local shelters, and the result is more pets than they can find loving homes for.