Utah County Spay and Neuter located in Orem, Utah will be offering spay and neuter surgeries for fifteen dollars through the end of 2010.
Utah Country Spay and Neuter is open Tuesday through Saturdays from 7:30 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. Please all in advance to schedule your fifteen dollar spay or neuter surgery at 801.404.5999. For more information please click here.
The decision to spay or neuter your pet can increase its life span and provide extra security for you. An animal that has had spay or neuter surgery will be less likely to want to go roaming and may even be more loving.
Spay or neuter surgery will also help the pet over population problem that we are facing. No More Homeless Pets in Utah answers a few of the questions about why pets should have a spay or neuter surgery by stating:
“Why should I get my pet fixed?
Millions of dogs and cats are euthanized in the United States every year due to pet overpopulation. In Utah alone, over 30,000 homeless, unwanted animals are put to death each year. The best way to avoid the problem of unwanted pets, and one of the kindest things you can do for animals, is to make sure that your cat or dog is spayed or neutered. Spaying and neutering saves lives.
But surely my one cat or dog can’t make that much of a difference.
You may find homes for all of your pet’s litter. But each home you find means one less home for homeless animals in shelters who may die for lack of an available home. Also, in less than one year’s time, each of your pet’s offspring may have his or her own litter, adding even more animals to the population. Then their offspring have offspring, and so on and so on. By fixing your one pet you can help save hundreds if not thousands of lives!
Besides, fixing your pet will make your life much easier!
Spaying or neutering your pet can help some of your pet’s behavior problems. Some of these problems include:
- house soiling
- marking, spraying
- persistent barking or meowing
- roaming, escaping
- fighting with other pets
- biting humans or other pets
- bleeding and other problems associated with female pets being in heat”
For more information please visit the No More Homeless Pets in Utah website.
All of the photos of pets in this article are searching for their forever home. If interested in adopting one of them, please contact No More Homeless Pets in Utah.