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Why Neuter Rover????
Most people can see the obvious benefit of spaying a female dog -- avoiding unwanted
litters -- but don't know the many medical and behavioral benefits of having their male
Neutered dogs are healthier: Neutered dogs are
less likely to develop prostate problems and testicular tumors. By eliminating most
roaming and fighting, neutering reduces the risk of injury and infection, saving you
expensive veterinary bills.
Neutered dogs are more content and better behaved. Neutering reduces the annoying and
embarrassing urge of male dogs to "mount" furniture or people's legs. Neutering
reduces aggression against other animals. A male sensing a female in heat nearby may break
down doors and jump fences, and will roam the neighborhood searching for her. Neutering
relieves this sexual frustration and lets the dog relax and enjoy being a part of the
family. Dogs have no psychological sex drive. They feel no need to reproduce, and are
happier when they're neutered.
Neutering is a relatively safe and painless operation done by a licensed veterinarian.
In some areas, neutered dogs are eligible for reduced license fees which soon make up the
cost of the operation.
By neutering your dog, you enhance its chances of living a long healthy life, save
yourself a great deal of potential trouble and cost, and make your pet a more content
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Tuesday March 08, 2011