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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutering

Neutering, from the Latin neuter ("of neither sex"), is the removal of an animal's reproductive .... This is repeated on the other side and the small holes are closed with a few sutures. .... The positive effects of spaying on reduction of later mammary tumours decreases with each heat the dog has (backing up the contention that ...

www.pet-informed-veterinary-advice-online.com/dog-spaying.html

May 21, 2009 ... A veterinary guide to dog spaying surgery, including: pros and cons ... post- surgical (post-op) complications and side effects of spaying a dog.

www.fidosavvy.com/dog-spaying.html

Dog spaying is recommended by veterinarians, dog trainers, rescue workers and ... worries or concerns about the surgery and it's implications or side-effects.

www.yourpurebredpuppy.com/health/articles/spaying-female-dog.html

Keep adjusting the amount you feed so she stays on the slender side, and provide plenty of exercise. Then your spayed dog will not become fat.

www.petcarerx.com/article/dog-spay-recovery-whats-normal-and-what-are-some-warning-signs/1507

Dogs usually recover quickly after getting spayed. However, there are some things to keep an eye out for. Find out more about the recovery process and what to ...

pets.thenest.com/complications-after-dog-spaying-4907.html

One of the most routine surgeries performed by vets, spaying still is surgery and complications can ensue. Fear of spay complications shouldn't keep you from ...

www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/long-term-health-risks-benefits-spay-neuter-dogs

On the negative side, spaying female dogs. • if done .... The researchers suggest a cause-and-effect relationship, as sex hormones are known to influence the ...

www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/health-risks-of-early-spay-neuter

Spay or neuter too early and your pet's overall health could suffer for years to ... an anabolic effect on the osteoblast and an apoptotic effect on the osteoclast, ...

www.aspca.org/pet-care/general-pet-care/spayneuter-your-pet

Neutering will also not reduce behaviors that your pet has earned or that have become habitual. The effects of neutering are largely dependent on your dog's ...