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Spaying or neutering your pet doesn’t just prevent overpopulation. It can protect your pet from future reproductive cancers like mammary carcinomas. Studies have shown that fixed pets live longer than “intact” pets.

Vaccinations are a critical component to preventive care for your pet. Thanks to the development of safe vaccines, pets have been protected from numerous disease threats, including rabies, distemper, parvo, and several others. Some of these diseases can be passed from dogs to people — so pet vaccinations have protected human health as well.

901 East Monte Vista Avenue (Map) - Turlock, CA 95382 - (209) 262 - 5522