Spay or Neuter

Sterilization of dogs, cats, ferrets, pet rabbits, and potbellied pigs is required by 4 months of age ​unless the owner has a current exemption.

These exemptions are:

  • The owner obtains a Breeder/Show Permit for dogs or cats.

  • A licensed veterinarian provides a letter attesting that the animal cannot be
    sterilized either permanently or for a specified period of time.

  • Animals that are being used by a law enforcement agency.



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Spayed and neutered pets are healthier 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.