About Spaying & Neutering
What are the options & why spay or neuter?
Spaying and neutering your pet help reduce overpopulation issues as it helps reduce the number of stray or unwanted animals in your community. Reducing the amount of stray animals helps prevent other pets and wildlife from being injured or killed.
Are there some risks to spaying and neutering?
Any surgical procedure carries some risks. However, the overall benefit outweighs the risk for most animals. Please talk to your veterinarian in case you have any questions or concerns.
When should my dog be fixed?
The usual recommendation is before six and a half months for dogs. Consult your veterinarian to determine the best time for your pet. Female dogs do not have to have a litter before being fixed.
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