Sterilization Of Bitches

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Sterilization Of Bitches

Sterilization permanently eliminates the dog’s lashes which can be extremely annoying and embarrassing.

>> During the heat period, the dog’s genitals swell and there will be a bloody discharge that can stain its fur, its floor, carpets and sofas.

>> The dog will tend to mount dogs or people more frequently.

>> The heat periods will imply continuous surveillance of your dog since the males will feel her in heat from miles away and will do everything to reach her. You will even be forced to shorten the tours.

>> You may be forced to change your vacation plans. Especially because leaving them in a hotel during heat can be extremely risky, in addition to representing a source of stress for the female dog and non-castrated males present.

Sterilization prevents uterine infections (pyrometers). Approximately 1 in 4 dogs will develop pyometra at some stage in their life. It is a condition that puts your dog’s life at risk and that implies emergency sterilization, which can be avoided when done at the right time.

Sterilization prevents pseudo-pregnancies. A few weeks after the heat the bitches act as if they have babies, adopting toys, blankets or the owners and get milk from the breasts. It is a period of immune stress that will make them more susceptible to minor infections, in addition to being able to lump milk and make mamites very easily.

Sterilization prevents pregnancy. If your dog becomes pregnant – whether accidentally or on purpose – she will be more vulnerable to the risks of pregnancy and childbirth. It is not so uncommon for bitches to die having babies or immediately after giving birth. Imagine the guilt you would feel. In addition, the mother and babies will require veterinary medical care so that they do not get sick, as well as increased feeding care that can be considerable expense. And remember that it is sometimes very difficult to find owners for babies.

Sterilization prevents breast tumor. If your dog is sterilized before the age of 2.5 she will be less likely to develop a breast tumor, which is the most common type of cancer in dogs. The less cios she has, the lower the risk of developing a breast tumor.

Sterilization prevents cancer of the uterus and ovaries. Although they are not a very common type of cancer in dogs, it is just another small advantage to do so.

All baby dogs are loving, even the most filthy! But we already have so many in the world… And many who desperately need owners… So, even after reading this article you decide that for some reason you cannot sterilize it, please be careful that your dog does not have babies.

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