Spay and Neuter
in Memphis, TN

Save $75 on a Spay
or Neuter

Snip, snip, hooray!

For new and existing clients.

Call (901) 682-5684 to schedule an appointment today!

Aug 19 – Sept 30, 2024​

*New and existing clients. Canine and feline only. Not valid with other offers. Not redeemable for cash.May use offer on multiple pets within the same household. Not applicable for membership or wellness plans.

At McGehee Clinic for Animals, our team can perform routine spay and neuter surgery for pets. We recommend this surgery for pets when
they are around

12 months of age

and have completed their puppy or kitten vaccinations. This surgery can provide a range of benefits, prevent health and behavioral problems, and help other pets
in need in the local community.

Contact McGehee Clinic for Animals today to schedule your pet’s spay or neuter surgery!

Why Should I Have My Dog or Cat Spayed or Neutered?

We know you want the best for your pet, which is why we recommend having all pets spayed or neutered. Your veterinarian can recommend when is best for your pet, but we usually recommend cat or dog sterilization taking place when your pet is around one year old. This routine surgery helps your pet live a long and healthy life by your side as well as:

Prevent Heat Cycles

Your female dog or cat may experience a heat cycle, which attracts male pets to the area and causes female pets’ discomfort. Having your pet spayed can inhibit their heat cycle and save them from feeling uncomfortable.

Improve Behavior & Temperament

We provide cat and dog neuter in Memphis, TN to help ward off destructive or unpleasant behavior in male pets including spraying, mounting, and roaming.

Decrease Pet Overpopulation

Millions of homeless animals are euthanized each year due to overpopulation in animal shelters. Dog and cat sterilization can help these animals receive the care they need and ease the pressure on animal shelters.

Encourage Happier, Healthier Pets

Spay and neuter surgery can also increase your pet’s life expectancy. Pets that are neutered won’t feel the urge to roam, which decreases their chances of getting hit by a car or getting in fights with other animals. There are also other health benefits to spay and neuter surgery. In female pets, spaying can prevent pyometra and mammary cancer. In male pets, neutering can help stop the enlargement and infection of the prostate gland and stop testicular cancer all together.

Get the best care for your best friend.

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