Statistics show that one female dog and its offspring can produce about 20,00 puppies, cats and its offspring can produce about 20,000 kittens. Although people find these pets so adorable, it becomes a problem when they become over populated. Overpopulation projects these fairy creatures to the risk of homelessness, starvation, disease infections, lack of love and hence, improper care.
Desexing Box Hill North help reduces this situation. Besides this fact, is the health risks that desexing save your pet from. Cancer and ovary diseases are major pet killers, and desexing will save your pet from that fate. Desexing should be done to your dog and cat, irrespective of the sex, either male or female. The operation is quick, and the recovery is only 5-7 days. Seeking professional advice from your Veterinary Clinic Box Hill will allow you to clarify any key concerns or questions you may have.
Reasons Why You should Desex your Pet:
1. Pyometra – Pyometra is an acute condition where the uterus is filled with pus which is a fluid of inflammation. Pyometra is common in non-spayed dogs and cats. Pyometra affects many other organs in the body, including the kidney. At an acute stage, Septic peritonitis (pus) can rupture and fill the belly.
2. Breast tumors – Statistically, more than 25% of non spayed female dogs develop breast tumors. Spaying saves these pets from the risks of breast tumor before the first heat. Spaying is more important care for your pet as this will eliminate any health issues, either benign or cancerous, that non spayed pets may develop.
3. Unwanted Pregnancy – The chances of your non spayed pets getting pregnant is high. The complex problem of breeding and over population continues without a solution.
4. Heat Cycles – Spaying of your pet is recommended around their first 6 months of age because it is about that time they have their first heat. For dogs, heat cycle causes mood swings, swollen breasts, swollen vulva and they lose their funny side. It becomes a stressful time for everybody.
5. Tumors of the uterus – Although tumor of the uterus is not common, spaying immediately eliminates the risk. The ovaries and uterus of your animal will be removed by your vet, and this is done professionally without having a side effect on your pet.
6. Ovarian diseases – Tumors are the major diseases but there are hosts of other diseases that affect the ovaries and spaying your pet is a good way to save its life.
7. Eclampsia – Eclampsia is a complication of pregnancy. It causes hypocalcemia, i.e., the level of calcium in their body becomes relatively low. Eclampsia leads to seizures and trembles, imbalanced mood, hallucination and even health.