The Year of the Dog: A February of Good Fortune for Canine Friends
Celebrate the Chinese New Year and National Spay/Neuter Awareness Month with
a special discount at the Animal Medical Center of Mid-America
The Chinese New Year begins Friday, Feb. 16, and this year marks the Year of the Dog! Whatever luck your 2018 Chinese horoscope may bring, the Humane Society of Missouri and Animal Medical Center of Mid-America are focused on bringing good fortune to dogs everywhere through their efforts to end pet overpopulation.
To kick off the Year of the Dog and to celebrate National Spay/Neuter Awareness Month this February, the Animal Medical Center of Mid-America is offering a special discount:
Pay just $20.18 to have a dog spayed or neutered in February!
Spaying or neutering pets is the best long-term solution to pet overpopulation. It leads to a reduced number of strays in the community, which means fewer dogs in animal shelters waiting to find good homes. Not only do these surgeries help control pet overpopulation, but they also provide a variety of health and behavioral benefits.
- Neutering male dogs prevents testicular cancer and some prostate problems, reduces their desire to roam and find a mate, and can even decrease aggressive behavior.
- Spaying female dogs reduces the likelihood of mammary tumors, which are often cancerous, as well as uterine infections. It will also keep them from going into heat.
- Fixing your furry friend will increase its chances of a long, happy and healthy life. Studies show that spaying and neutering dogs can significantly increase their lifespan.
For more information or to schedule an appointment at one of our locations in St. Louis City, Chesterfield Valley or Maryland Heights, visit http://amcma.org or call 314-951-1534.
The Animal Medical Center of Mid-America is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, which means each pet is uniquely cared for and treated with the highest medical standards.