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PAWS and Partners Gear Up for World Spay Day

Jan24

 

February is spay and neuter awareness month, and PAWS is proud to partner with local veterinary clinics and 14 animal welfare groups to offer free or low-cost spay and neuter services to pet guardians across Western Washington. 

Spay-catRecognizing that animals are happier and healthier when they’re spayed or neutered, PAWS and the veterinary community have come together to make it even easier for families to get their cats and dogs “altered”. Thanks to local veterinary hospitals and clinics, pet guardians can take advantage of substantial savings throughout the month of February, while also helping increase the quality of life of their beloved companion. 

Not only does spaying and neutering prevent unwanted litters that pet guardians must find homes for, but the procedure has proven to increase the longevity of the lives of cats, dogs, and rabbits by 2 to 3 years.

Spaying or neutering your animal also decreases behavior issues (aggression, spraying or urinating, and biting) and significantly lowers your beloved pet’s chance of cancers associated with reproductive organs. Weigh the one-time cost of spaying or neutering against the long-term cost and suffering associated with cancer, and the choice is clear! 

You can spay or neuter your pet year-round, but why not take advantage of the special savings offered this month as part of World Spay Day! Check out our list of participating clinics and give yourself the peace of mind of knowing you’ve taken an important step in caring for your pet today.

 

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