$75.00 Off Spay and Neuter Services

Dr. Steffen and the holistic veterinary team at Companion Animal Medical Centre love meeting new kittens and puppies, but if you have no plans to breed your pets, having them spayed or neutered has more health benefits than just preventing unwanted pregnancies.

For March 2024, our Milford veterinarian clinic has a special offer that you’re sure to love no matter if you’re a dog owner or a cat owner.

March 2024’s Spay and Neuter Special

Having your pets spayed or neutered has numerous health benefits for both dogs and cats beyond just preventing a surprise litter of puppies or kittens. 

For the entire month of March, you can protect your pet from unwanted pregnancies, reproductive cancer, and dangerous behaviors like roaming and aggression while saving $75.00 dollars in the process.

Please note, our monthly promotions are only available for pets who have visited CAMC before. This is our way of thanking pet owners for choosing Companion Animal Medical Centre for their pet’s holistic and traditional medical care.

Having Your Cat Spayed or Neutered

Every cat deserves a warm and loving home, but it’s a very unfortunate fact that almost one million cats are euthanized each year simply due to overpopulation and lack of available homes. Having your cat spayed or neutered helps lower this number and prevent strain and lack of resources in shelters.

Many owners feel having their cats spayed or neutered isn’t necessary, especially when it comes to inside cats. However, accidents do happen and even if your cat remains indoors for the rest of their lives, the health benefits of having your feline companions spayed or neutered far outweigh the risks.

A cat waking up from being spayed.

Benefits of Spaying or Neutering Pets

  • Having your female cat or dog spayed reduces their risk of developing breast tumors, which are malignant or cancerous in 50% of dogs and 90% of cats. 
  • Having your cat or dog spayed or neutered drastically lowers their risk of developing multiple forms of cancer, including uterine, testicular, ovarian, prostrate, and mammary cancer. 
  • Neutering your male cat prevents unwanted behavior such as urine marking, roaming, fighting, and aggression.
  • Pets are much safer when they’re at home! Spaying or neutering helps prevent roaming behavior, making it far more likely your pets will stick close to home and be easier to locate in the unfortunate event they’re lost.
  • Kittens as young as 8 weeks old can be safely neutered or spayed, completely preventing your female cat from ever going into heat or your male cat from urine spraying.
  • Having your pet spayed or neutered is much more cost-effective than taking care of an unexpected litter of kittens.
  • The number of both cats and dogs euthanized each year has been decreasing in part to spay and neuter campaigns. We’d love to see this continue!
  • Your pets will be as sleek as ever! The idea that having your pet spayed or neutered will make them overweight is a myth.

Having Your Dog Spayed or Neutered

When it comes to having pets spayed or neutered, a lot of focus is put on cats, but having dogs spayed or neutered is equally important for both for their health and for preventing overpopulation.

Over 670,000 dogs are euthanized each year and cancer has become the leading cause of death in dogs over 10 years of age. Having your dog spayed or neutered drastically decreases or eliminates the possibility of your dog developing certain forms of reproductive cancers such as mammary, uterine, or testicular cancer.

Several puppies staring through the fence of an animal shelter.