Bob Barker didn't say it every show for no reason; it is incredibly important to spay and neuter your pets. For some people, getting their animal spayed or neutered simply isn’t a priority, but the surgery has many health benefits and can have a positive effect on animal welfare as a whole. Joining us with everything you need to know about the process is Molly McKeown from Wisconsin Humane Society.
Wisconsin Humane Society has a low-cost spay/neuter clinic in West Allis that is open to the public. Cat surgeries are $75 and dog surgeries start at just $105. All animals adopted from WHS are already spayed or neutered. For more information, visit WIhumane.org.