Advice about neutering and a list of the PROS and CONS as well as advice on puberty

If you’ve recently welcomed a new puppy or dog into your life, you might have questions about having your pet spayed or neutered. Below are answers to some

Neutering, from the Latin neuter ("of neither sex"), is the removal of an animal's reproductive organ, either all of it or a considerably large part."Neutering" is often used incorrectly to refer only to male animals, but the term actually applies to both sexes.

Neutering dogs and puppies is an emotive subject. What are the health risks, side-effects & benefits? Serious health consequences can be avoided

Myths and facts. There are many myths about canine reproductive needs. Chiefly among these are the suspicion that neutering turns a male into a sissy and spaying causes a female to get fat and to lament her lost capacity.

Photo courtesy of Heather Dawson, AKC Breeder of Merit Humans take years to develop. Dogs, in our eyes, mature almost overnight. One morning you hav

Spay & Neuter Adverse Effects - The American Veterinary Medical Association official policy now states “Mandatory spay-neuter is a bad idea.”

This section includes extensive information to help you when you first bring your new puppy or dog home including socialisation, environment, feeding, walking and much more.

American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation. three universities had research ongoing at the time this post was made. The AKC CHF will match funds donated to projects that come under its umbrella.

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