Many pet owners believe that having their cat or dog spayed or neutered is only necessary for outdoor animals. In reality, there are a number of important medical reasons to have a pet spayed or neutered in San Jose, regardless of whether itâs an indoor or outdoor pet. Unspayed cats and dogs are at a greatly increased risk of developing uterine cancer, uterine infections, and cancers of the reproductive system.
Pets who are neutered have a much lower risk of developing testicular cancer and prostate cancer. Cats and dogs who arenât spayed or neutered often exhibit extreme behavioral problems, such as loud and excessive barking or meowing, spraying furniture and other household items with urine, and behaving aggressively. Theyâre also much more likely to try to escape the house, so that they can roam the neighborhood in search of a partner.
By having your pet spayed or neutered, you can decrease his risk of developing dangerous health conditions that require expensive veterinary care or emergency vet visits. Youâll also curb bad pet behavior and do your part to reduce the stray and homeless animal population.