In Clark County over the last four years more than 85,000 animals were put to death in the four municipal shelters because they were unwanted. Because pet owners allow their animals to have offspring they do not want to keep, there are many more animals than homes to go around. The solution to this dilemma is easy: Be a responsible pet owner and have your pet spayed or neutered today and then spay or neuter a stray!
The Las Vegas Valley Humane Society (LVVHS) offers low cost spay and neuter referrals for cats and dogs, for both owned and stray animals. If you are feeding a stray cat, please contact the LVVHS.
All appointments are made through the LVVHS directly.Call 434-2009 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial assistance is also available.
Spayed and neutered pets are healthy and happier. Below are listed some of the benefits:
Spayed/neutered animals tend to live longer.
Spayed females do not suffer from uterine or ovarian cancer.
Neutering males drastically reduces chances of prostate difficulties.
Neutered pets are more loving and better tempered.
Neutered cats are less likely to mark or spray their territory.
Spayed females do not experience messy heat cycles.
Neutered pets are less likely to bite.
Neutered males are less likely to run away or fight.