When should you spay or neuter your new puppy or kitten?

Maybe you’re wondering what it means to spay or neuter?

Spaying means that you remove the female reproductive organs so that your female pet cannot reproduce.

Neutering means that you remove the testicles and associated reproductive structures so that the animal cannot reproduce anymore.

There are many conflicting opinions and beliefs out there about when is the best time to spay and neuter your pet.

Do you spay your dog at four months or are you supposed to spay them at two years?

Make sure you watch this short video to learn when the best time to spay and neuter your pets are and why.


In this video, you’ll learn about:

  • Why we are recommending to spay and neuter your pets in life

  • Health risks and benefits of desexing your dog and cat

  • Natural remedies to help improve the immune system

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*Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian or doctor. The information contained in thenaturalpetdoctor.com is strictly for educational purposes. Therefore, if you wish to apply ideas contained in thenaturalpetdoctor.com, you are taking full responsibility for your actions. Please consult your veterinarian for medical advice for your own pets. Dr. Katie Woodley cannot answer specific questions about your pet’s medical issues or make medical recommendations for your pet without first establishing a veterinarian-client-patient relationship.

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