Help fight animal homelessness.
Spaying and neutering are routine, affordable veterinary surgeries that help pets live longer, healthier lives. This surgical procedure is performed under general anesthesia typically when the pet is around six months of age. This not only helps prevent surprise pregnancies and unwanted sexual behaviors but also helps prevent diseases and other health problems that can arise later in life.
The decision to spay or neuter your pet is an important one. The procedure will not only benefit your pet’s health and happiness, it will also positively impact your community and your family!
Spaying or neutering will benefit your pet’s health.
- Spaying eliminates stress for females during heat periods.
- Neutering decreases aggression in male dogs, making them less likely to roam or fight.
- Neutering prevents testicular cancer and reduces the risk of prostate cancer.
- Spayed and neutered pets are less likely to contract serious infections.
Spaying or neutering your pet benefits the community.
- Help fight the nationwide animal overpopulation crisis.
- Reduce the spread of canine and feline disease.
- Decrease the burden on your local animal shelter.
- Don’t let pets go without loving homes!
Spaying or neutering your pet benefits you.
- Spayed and neutered cats are less likely to mark their territory.
- Sterilized pets are less likely to bite or be overly hyperactive.
For more information about spaying or neutering your pet, or to schedule an appointment, call 303-547-1670 or schedule a veterinary appointment online. Overland Animal Hospital & Pet Resort also gladly welcomes walk-ins!