- Reduces the chances of mammary tumours.
- Eliminates the chance of getting serious and life-threatening womb infection (pyometra).
- Prevents unwanted litters.
- Eliminates annoying heat cycles.
- Eliminates the occurrence of testicular and perianal tumours.
- Reduces the chance of prostate problems.
- Reduces roaming/straying.
- Reduces aggression.
- Reduces urine marking.
Spaying and neutering age recommendations
- Male and female cats: 4 months.
- Male and female small dogs – 5-6 months: i.e. prior to first heat.
- Male and female medium – sized dogs – 9 months: i.e. after first heat to ensure larger breeds more skeletally mature.
- Male and female large dogs – minimum of 1 year.
- Giant breed dogs – 18 months – this ensures that they are skeletally mature and may help reduce incidence of osteosarcoma in these breeds.