Many individuals ask me what age they need to spay/neuter their canine. DO NOT move by this weblog…it may imply life or loss of life in your animal in the event you don’t know the information.
Lots of you realize that we suggest in opposition to spaying or neutering at an early age. Most pets are spayed and neutered at or earlier than 6 months of age. Beneath is an extraordinarily instructional, and emotional, video from Dr. Becker, a extensively identified veterinarian, on the truths about de-sexing your pets. It’s extremely price your time as a accountable and passionate animal-loving pet proprietor to watch this very moving video as world-renowned veterinarian Dr. Karen Becker breaks down in tears in her grief over having recommended her clients neuter and spay their pups at 6 mos of age for so many years.
Here’s the difference, cosmetically, as well, of two littermates. One spayed at 6-12 mos of age, the other not spayed until after 3 years old:
NOW HEREIN LIES THE QUESTION…HOW ELSE CAN WE SAFELY STERILIZE OUR PETS AND RESCUE ANIMALS? (AND ALLOW THEM TO KEEP THEIR HORMONES SO THEY CAN FULLY GROW!)
Here are some new alternative methods of sterilization in male and female dogs:
As Dr. Becker says in her video… if you are a responsible pet owner that wants the best for your dog, there are far better ways to prevent unwanted reproduction in your dog. It’s not a matter of the population in shelters or irresponsible pet owners, it’s helping your dog live the healthiest life it possibly can.
Ready Dr. Becker’s latest article on early spay/neuter and the effects/options: http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2016/07/27/neutering-spaying-effects.aspx?utm_source=petsnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20160727Z1&et_cid=DM112154&et_rid=1590070133