This topic is one that may make your fur-babies want to cover their precious ears.
As a pet owner, neutering your pet and spaying female cats and dogs can be a stressful time for both you and them, but it is also important in preventing and helping with uterine cancer, behavioral problems, unwanted litters of puppies and kittens, heat cycles, pet overpopulation, etc. After spay neuter surgeries, their bodies go through changes that may take some adjusting to.
After your female dog or female cat is spayed or your male animal is neutered, it is important to take extra time to veg on the couch with them and give them extra lovin’s to ensure them that everything is going to be okay. Check out the spay and neuter related articles below on different things you should know when it comes to neutering your male dog and getting your pet spayed.