Most people plan on spaying their cat or dog, so why not inform them the benefit of doing it early to help prevent mammary cancer
Marietta, GA (PRWEB) September 30, 2014
Breast Cancer doesn't just happen in people per Marietta Vet Clinic and veterinarian, Julian Peckich DVM. Dogs and cats are like people. That's why the animal clinic plans on informing owners of a tip than can reduce the chances of malignant mammary tumors in their female dogs and cats. Spaying them early enough is the key. The clinic plans on spreading this fact during the month of October during their Mammary Cancer Awareness Program.
The program will inform pet owners that spaying animals before their first heat cycle will greatly reduce the likelihood of developing mammary cancer. Waiting only increases the odds for developing tumors. Although it is not as much of a protection benefit in felines, it's clearly a benefit.
The animal clinic plans on spreading the word during their dog and cat breast cancer awareness program across social media outlets. "Most people plan on spaying their cat or dog, so why not inform them the benefit of doing it early to help prevent mammary cancer," says Julian Peckich DVM.
Marietta Vet Clinic and veterinarian, Julian Peckich DVM, are pleased to welcome dogs and cats to the pet clinic, dog clinic and cat clinic. Dr. Peckich provides veterinary services for the Marietta, Kennesaw, Dallas, Acworth, and Powder Springs, GA. It would be their great pleasure to welcome dogs and cats to the pet family for cat vaccinations, dog vaccinations, sick animal relief, laboratory testing, pet teeth cleaning, veterinary dentistry, wellness exams, spay and neuter clinic and mobile veterinary services.