An Honorable Job: The Work of a Vet

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An Honorable Job: The Work of a Vet

Veterinarians are sometimes seen as lucky professionals who get to cuddle with dogs and cats all day, but the truth of it is, they have a difficult job. Not only do vets have to deduce what is bothering animals who cannot speak, but they have to observe the animals' pain, day in and day out. Nevertheless, these selfless veterinarians press on, aiming to offer the best care to their four-legged clients and their owners. On this website, we aim to show our appreciation for the hard work of veterinarians. We also aim to educate our readers about the veterinary profession and the importance of good veterinary care.



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5 Benefits Of Neutering/Spaying Your Dog
18 September 2020

As a pet parent, you want your dog to be as health


5 Benefits Of Neutering/Spaying Your Dog

As a pet parent, you want your dog to be as healthy and happy as possible. One of the best things you can do for your dog is spay or neuter it when the time comes. The surgery is considered very safe and can do wonders for your dog's health and well-being.

Here are some of the many benefits of neutering or spaying your dog.

Your Dog Will Live a Longer Life

By neutering or spaying your dog, you can help it live longer. Spaying prevents breast cancer in female dogs, while neutering prevents testicular cancer in male dogs. If you spay your female dog before her first heat, she will have an especially low risk of getting breast cancer.

Your Male Dog Will Not Roam

When male dogs are not neutered, they are tempted to roam away from the home to find a mate. However, they run the risk of getting hit by a vehicle or getting attacked by another animal when they do this. If you neuter your male dog, he will be less likely to roam and will stay safe inside your house.

Your Dog Will Behave Better

Spayed and neutered dogs tend to behave better than dogs that have not been "fixed." Male dogs will be less likely to mark their territory throughout your home or become aggressive with people and other dogs. Female dogs will not go into heat, so they will not urinate more frequently during certain periods.

You Will Save Money

Spaying or neutering your dog is more affordable than taking care of a litter of puppies. From food to veterinarian visits, you could have to spend thousands of extra dollars. Additionally, your dog will have a lower risk of developing breast cancer or testicular cancer, so you will not have to worry about those additional veterinarian bills. 

You Can Reduce the Animal Population

Unfortunately, there just are not enough people to take care of the growing animal population. Animal shelters take in countless unwanted dogs every year. If they do not get adopted within a certain time period, they could get euthanized. If you spay or neuter your dog, you can reduce the animal population and decrease the number of dogs that get euthanized every year.

As you can see, there are numerous advantages to getting your dog spayed or neutered. Your veterinarian will conduct a thorough examination beforehand to make sure your dog is healthy enough to undergo surgery.

To learn more about neutering, contact a veterinarian.