• It improves both their health and behavior.
  • It does not make them become lazy or fat, lack of exercise does that.
  • It discourages annoying habits like cat spraying and dogs mounting.
  • It reduces the urge to roam and fight, your pet will be less likely to become lost.
  • It saves money on future vet bills. Fewer injuries / accidents mean less vet bills
  • It saves your pet from mammary, prostate and testicular cancer.
  • It means lower licensing fees.
  • It eliminates sexual frustration and the risk of pregnancy and birth.
  • It makes happier, healthier companions.
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