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Male Dogs

vets-auckland-clinic-veterinarian-pet-vaccinations-vet-IMG_7279The main advantage to neutering the male dog is prostate health. The action of testosterone on the prostate of an un-neutered dog often causes enlargement over time (benign prostatic hyperplasia) and also predisposes the prostate to infection (prostatitis). Both of these are uncomfortable conditions that usually can only be resolved by neutering. Neutering also prevents cancer of the testicles and some anal tumours as well.

The neutered male dog is also much less likely to roam, be aggressive towards other dogs or urine mark. In these times dog control laws are much stricter and the emphasis is very much on the owner being in control of their dog at all times and in all circumstances.

Female Dogs

Spaying the female dog before her first heat is also strongly recommended. Everytime an un-neutered bitch has a heat it greatly increases her chance of developing mammary cancer later in life.  Also the action of the hormone progesterone on the uterus predisposes the mature unspeyed bitch towards developing the potentially life-threatening condition pyometra (womb infection).

Female Cats

Neutering the female cat is very important in order to control the number of kittens and therefore stray cats. Unspeyed female cats also have an increased chance of developing mammary cancer. They are also more at risk  to contracting the Feline Aids virus.

Hi our names are Arabella, Charlie, Whisky and Gina Roberton and we are all patients of the Abbotts Way Veterinary Clinic. We would like to thank David & Rachael for their outstanding and friendly service over the years. During an emergency the staff have looked after not only us but our parents Anna & David. We have ALWAYS had a follow up phone call to see how we are and we receive personally addressed letters containing treats when our vaccines are due. We are happy to get out of our cages when we arrive as we know that even during injection and worming time we will be pampered. From all of us in chorus, MEOW, MEOW, MEOW, MEOW and a very big thank you for all you have done for us”

-Anna & David Roberton, St. Heliers