Why It's A Good Idea To Spay/Neuter Your Dog
When we start to consider bringing a dog into the family, we usually go through the same train of thoughts: well, what if it's not well behaved, what if it's aggressive, and how about that time of the month if we get a female dog?
Well my dear friends, I've got some good news. Spaying-removing the ovaries and uterus of a female pet, (or) Neutering-removing the testicles of your male dog will vastly improve not only your pet’s behavior but also their health.
Here are a couple of reasons you should look into spaying/neutering your dog:
Provides Major Health Benefits:
Cancers of the ovaries, uterus, breasts and testicles occur in humans as well as dogs. By doing this procedure to your dog, you are eliminating the threat of uterine cancer & ovarian cancer in female dogs.
Keeping The Cool:
Male dogs often "decorate" their surroundings with extra-stinky pheromone-laden urine so that any potential rival can smell it and know what awaits it. Neutering can also reduce other forms of behavioral aggression, helping your pupster keep its cool.
Fewer Pet Visits:
Un-neutered dogs are more likely to escape and get into some kinds of mischief, and in consequence get ticks, chase a squirrel and cross a busy street, get into a quarrel with a neighbor, and many more risks. And what does all this mean? When you have Happy. Healthy. Protected. dogs, you get fewer pet visits a year. 🤓