NeuteringAn important and essential procedure that should not be overlooked...
Spaying (ovariohysterectomy) and castration are surgical procedures which, as well as preventing unwanted litters, can give long-term health benefits. Neutered dogs and cats have longer average life-expectancy than unneutered animals. Neutering helps prevent certain forms of cancer and eliminates the risk of serious infections in the womb which can be fatal if not treated promptly. Unless being kept for breeding, we advise that kittens, rabbits and male dogs should be neutered at 5-6 months of age and bitches before or shortly after their first season. The RSPCA have an assisted neutering scheme for people on low income.
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