Spaying Side Effects?

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Spaying side effects can include pain at the site of the incision or even infection of the area after the surgery is performed. In most cases there are no noticeable after effects from a surgical spaying of a dog or cat. Spaying side effects can be treated with antibiotics and pain medications. Some people believe that a female dog that is spayed will become lazy or will no longer take interest in family and toys. This is not considered to be true.
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