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Spaying and Neutering
Dog spaying and neutering is the most common medical procedure for dogs. Spaying and neutering refers to the surgical sterilization of your pet. Once your pet has been spayed or neutered they will no longer have the ability to reproduce. In addition to preventing pregnancy, spaying and neutering eliminates your pet's heat cycle, reduces the urge to roam, reduces the possibility of disease in the reproductive system, and cuts down on destructive behavior. Learn more about the actual procedure of dog spaying and neutering, safety, and the benefits.
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