Dog Spays and Neuters Near Me
Puppies and Dogs are man’s best friend. Given the general love that dogs show towards anyone and everyone, it is easy to see why. Finding this kind of unconditional love is very rare, which is why it is so important that we protect our canine friends. The best place to start is ensuring that the dogs in our household are spayed and neutered.
Spay & Neuter: The Big Picture
Spays and neuters save lives. This practice is widely regarded as the most humane and effective way to improve animal welfare. A single female dog can have anywhere from 8-14 puppies in a year. And female puppies can enter their first heat cycle as early as 6 months of age. As a result, a household with a pair of unaltered dogs can easily produce dozens of puppies in just a few short years. The growth is exponential and there simply are not enough resources to care for every puppy born in the United States. According to the ASPCA’s national estimates in 2019 over 900,000 animals were euthanized in animal shelters due to overpopulation. This problem was only worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic in the years following as well.
Should I Spay or Neuter my pet?
Making a change starts at home. As a community, we can make a difference if we all commit to spaying and neutering the pets within our sphere of influence first. This will of course mean spaying and neutering pets within our own households, but also having conversations with friends, neighbors and family about the importance of spaying and neutering their own pets. The problem of euthanasia is massive, and it can be very easy to get overwhelmed with the sheer amount of effort it would take to make a dent. However, we firmly believe that a community of like- minded people, which are united in purpose, can accomplish anything.
TCAP Spays and Neuters
At TCAP, we do everything possible to remove cost as a factor in being a responsible pet owner. Dog spays and neuters cost anywhere from $55-$65. Sometimes our monthly specials will discount even those low prices. It is our mission to end euthanasia and improve animal welfare in North Texas.
Is There a Spay and Neuter Clinic Near Me?
If you live in DFW, chances are high that we have a clinic near you to spay or neuter your pet. Give us a call at (940) 566-5551 to book an appointment that will save lives.