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Spaying and neutering pets is a vital aspect of responsible pet ownership. It offers numerous health and behavioral benefits that contribute to an improved quality of life for your pet. Spaying (in females) and neutering (in males) can prevent various health issues, such as uterine infections, breast cancer, and testicular cancer, thereby potentially extending your pet's lifespan.


Neutered males are less likely to roam away from home, mark their territory, or exhibit aggressive behavior, while spayed females won't go into heat, avoiding the associated behavioral changes and discomfort. Additionally, spaying and neutering help control the population of homeless pets by preventing unwanted litter. At Dighton Veterinary Hospital, we provide safe and professional spay and neuter services, prioritizing the well-being and comfort of your pet at every step.



532 Somerset Ave.

North Dighton, MA 02764



Office Hours
by appointment Monday - Saturday

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