Research on the Effects of Spaying and Neutering

by | Dog Breeding, Dog Health

There is a growing body of research showing that spaying and neutering dogs is not the innocuous surgery once thought. To help you determine if and when you should spay or neuter your dog, here is a collection of research on the long-term effects of these surgeries, as well as information some of the conditions complicated by a dog’s status, from breast or mammary cancer to incontinence. Hope you find this valuable.

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