If you are not sure about whether to spay or neuter your pet, please read the following information:
Misconceptions contribute to animal overpopulation. Every hour in the United States, more than 2,000 dogs and 3,500 cats are born compared to 415 humans. THERE ARE JUST NOT ENOUGH HOMES.
People give many reasons why they want to allow their dog to reproduce.
I know I can find a good home for my pet’s litter.
But spaying and neutering make pets lazy.
I want my children to see the miracle of birth.
I don’t think it’s right to keep my pet from having a litter.
I have a male dog so I'm not having any litters and adding to the overpopulation problem..
SPAY AND NEUTER - MYTH VS. FACT
Many myths surround spaying and neutering. Unfortunately, these myths often discourage people from having the surgery performed on their animals. It is critical that we fight these misconceptions with the facts. The lives of dogs and cats depend on it!
MYTH: Preventing Animals from Having Litters Is Unnatural
MYTH: It is Better To Allow Your Female To Have One Litter Before She is Spayed.
MYTH: A Female Dog Or Cat Only Comes Into Heat Once A Year
An Animals Behavior Is Adversely Affected By Surgery
MYTH: Animals Become Fat and Lazy After Spaying or Neutering
MYTH: We don't need to Neuter Males Because They Aren't The Ones Having The Litter
MYTH: Female Dogs And Cats That are Pregnant Or In Heat Cannot be Safely Spayed
MYTH: Spaying/Neutering Is Too Expensive