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Every year, millions of unwanted dogs and cats, including puppies and kittens, are needlessly euthanized. The good news is that every pet owner can help make a difference. By having your dog or cat surgically sterilized so it cannot reproduce, you will do your part to prevent the birth of unwanted puppies and kittens and can enhance your pet’s health and quality of life.
Spaying and neutering not only prevent unwanted litters and may reduce many behavioral problems associated with the mating instinct (e.g, marking territory, humping, roaming), but also reduce or eliminate the risk of conditions such as testicular cancer, prostatic hyperplasia, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer and uterine infection. Reducing roaming may lower the risks of your dog being hit by a car, fighting, or biting people or other dogs.
Spaying and neutering are major surgical procedures and are the most common surgeries performed by veterinarians on cats and dogs. Your pet is given a thorough physical examination to ensure that it is in good health prior to the procedure. General anesthesia is administered during the surgery and efforts, including provision of pain-relieving medications, are usually made to minimize pain. You will need to keep your pet calm and quiet for a few days after surgery as the incision heals.
Like any surgical procedure, sterilization is associated with some anesthetic and surgical risk, but the overall incidence of complications is very low. Because changes in concentrations of reproductive hormones may affect your pet’s risk of developing certain diseases and conditions in the future, your veterinarian will advise you on both the benefits and risks of the sterilization procedure.
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There are those owners who may be interested in patented Neuticles, the testicular implant procedure for pets. Over a half million caring pet owners worldwide have selected Neuticles as a safe, practical and inexpensive option when neutering their beloved pet. Neuticles allows your pet to retain his natural look, self esteem and aids in the trauma associated with altering. Here’s the part that got us… With Neuticles – “It’s like nothing ever changed”.
U.S. Patents Granted… Granted patent and trademark rights – Neuticles have made veterinary history by providing pet owners an option when neutering their beloved pet.
Neuticles not only replicate the pet’s testicles in size, shape weight and feel–but the new UltraPLUS featuring ScarRetard has features not available on human implants. Yes–Neuticles are that advanced!
Neuticles cost from $94 and may be obtained through your veterinarian or laboratory-direct to the pet owner.
Endorsed by people who really care… Neuticles are endorsed by national, state and regional humane societies Worldwide including the ASPCA, Canadian Humane Society and New York Humane Society.
October 1, 2016