The main reason to spay or neuter your pet is to reduce the number of unwanted pets in an already oversaturated population. According to the ASPCA there are several medical and behavioral benefits as well. https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/general-pet-care/spayneuter-your-pet
Here's the top ten list from the WebMD pets section of why you should spay/neuter your pets:
So please help us help them, we'd like to see a lot less unwanted, unloved pets in the world.
7/17/2020 12:31:14 am
Thanks for helping me understand the benefits of neutering a pet. I had no idea that neutering a pet prevents him from getting various types of illnesses, such as cancer. My friend saw a couple of flyers about pet neutering services the other day, and she got curious if neutering her beagle would be a great idea. I'll share this with her and suggest that she consider having him neutered since they also become behaved after the process.
1/4/2021 12:47:22 am
I totally agree when you shared that spaying and neutering can help combat the overpopulation of cats and dogs. My sister just mentioned the other day that she is worried about her cat that keeps on giving birth one after another and she currently has a total of 10 cats at her home. I will suggest to her sending them for spaying and neutering so they can stop breeding new kittens.
10/13/2021 03:19:28 am
I've been thinking about neutering my dog very well. But dog overpopulation is a real thing where millions of canines are euthanized due to lack of care resources. If you think about it that way, it is necessary to desex pets.
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