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Did you know that today’s #WorldSpayDay? Many people can be led to believe that it’s better to let your pet have a litter before being spayed, but this isn’t true. In terms of preventing disease and keeping your pet healthy, the earlier the better. You can spay (or castrate) most dogs and cats from around 6 months of age, sometimes sooner. Please call us if you would like more advice on neutering your pet. As a practice, we’re proud to be able to offer laparoscopic ovariectomy (keyhole spay) for bitches – take a look at the link below for more information.

Neutering your dog | Folly Gardens Veterinary Clinic

Neutering your dog on Folly Gardens Veterinary Clinic

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