- Dogs develop breast cancer three time more often than humans, but the chances for cancer are decreased by spaying your female dog before her first heat cycle.
- The chances of uterine infection and ovarian cancer are also reduced by having your dog spayed.
- Neutering your male dog reduces the risk of testicular cancer.
- Altered pets are, in general, calmer and more well-behaved than those who have not been “fixed”. Spay or neuter your pet and you’ll see less frustration, aggression, dominance, and other behavioral issues.
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