Spaying and Neutering
Having your pet spayed or neutered prevents unwanted litters, but that’s not the only reason we recommend these routine procedures. They also prevent or significantly lower the risk of several health problems, including diabetes, mammary tumors and cancer, prostate problems, uterine infections and cancer, and testicular and ovarian cancer. These procedures also commonly curb problematic behaviors, including spraying, roaming, and howling. They prevent annoying heat cycles in females and often ease aggression in males, too.
Having your pet vaccinated protects them against several potentially deadly illnesses, including Rabies, parvo, distemper, and feline leukemia. At Happy Valley Pet Hospital, we offer a wide range of core and lifestyle vaccines for dogs and cats and are here to help you determine which ones are right for your pet. We’ll also help you get your furry friend on a convenient and easy-to-understand vaccine schedule to ensure that they will remain protected throughout their life.