Why should you de-sex your pet? Health
Reduced risk of getting cancer or other diseases of the reproductive organs, such as testicular cancer, prostate cancer/disorders in males, and cystic ovaries, ovarian tumours, acute uterine infections and breast cancer in females, and also other diseases such as mammary cancer, perianal tumours and perianal hamias.
Females can suffer from physical and nutritional exhaustion if continually breeding.
Pets generally live longer and healthier lives. Behavioural
Pets are less prone to wander, fight, and are less likely to get lost or injured.
Reduces territorial behaviour, such as spraying indoors.
Less likely to suffer from antisocial behaviour. They become more affectionate.
Eliminates "heat" cycles in female cats and their efforts to get outside in search for a mate.
Eliminates male dogs’ urge to ‘‘mount’’ people’s legs. Cost
The cost of registering with the council is less for de-sexed dogs.
No additional food or vet bills for the offspring.
No need to find homes for unwanted or unexpected litters of puppies or kittens.