Neutering or spade increases your pet's chances for a longer, healthier life. Prevent some serious health problems, and may reduce many of the behavioral problems with the mating instinct.
The best age to spade or neutered a dog or a cat is 6 months old.
The female dog should be spayed before her first heat, it reduces her risk of mammary gland tumors.
And it also prevents the heat cycle from occurring in the future.
Female and male dogs have no risks of infections, cancers, or diseases of the uterus. Also reduced the risk of prostate and breast cancer.
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